Welcome to the online home of Crossover Resources, LLC; an independent oil and gas producer founded in 2005 and headquartered in Houston, TX. We invite you to find out more about us inside this website.
The vision of Crossover Resources is to build a successful company by exploiting old fields and drilling field extension wells in an environmentally safe and conscientious manner. As its name suggests, Crossover Resources seeks to abide by Biblically based values and principles, promoting the person of Jesus Christ through personal and business integrity. Crossover Resource’ desire is to see the power of Jesus Christ reflected in the daily conduct of business.
Crossover Resources seeks oil and gas acquisitions predominantly in Ark-La-Tex, onshore Texas Gulf Coast (including Eagleford/Eaglebine), onshore South Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Rockies and other areas.
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Crossover Resources continues to pursue opportunities in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma and Rockies.
Randall L. Couch has been in the oil and gas industry for over 30 years. His experience includes executive positions within Amoco Corporation in upstream, midstream natural gas power marketing, and downstream refining marketing. He also worked briefly for Anadarko Petroleum Corporation. In late 1998, Mr. Couch formed Randall Energy, LLC to acquire, produce, and exploit oil and gas properties. In early 2005, he and a partner formed Crossover Resources to drill gas wells in East Texas. Crossover intends to grow in other areas of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Oklahoma. Mr. Couch graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1975 with a BS degree in Chemical Engineering and attended Stanford University's Executive Program in 1995. Randall and his wife have three children.
William F. Whittington's career in the energy sector exceeds 25 years. He has worked for large and small independent EP companies as well as a financial institutions. Mr. Whittington served in various positions of increasing responsibility encompassing management, acquisitions, business development, divestitures, financial analysis, reservoir engineering and production/drilling operations. His employment by a financial institution included energy lending and investment banking transactions. Mr. Whittington formed a private company in Fall 2003 to acquire, produce, and exploit oil and gas properties. In early 2005, he and a partner formed Crossover Resources to accomplish similar objectives with a focus in East Texas. William Whittington graduated with honors from Texas A&M University in 1979 with a BS degree in Petroleum Engineering. Mr. Whittington received a MS degree in Petroleum Engineering in 1980 from Texas A&M University. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Texas and a member of various professional organizations. Mr. Whittington and his wife have a daughter and 3 sons.