The West Texas Geological Society consists of individuals who share an interest in the geology of the Permian Basin and includes people from the petroleum and environmental industries, as well as the academic arena.
Our foremost mission is to share information through monthly luncheon meetings, field trips, and publications. We also hold an annual symposium.
To stay involved with the community, the West Texas Geology Foundation, our educational arm, sponsors teacher training programs, teacher awards, student scholarships, and special projects. Several annual social events, such as the skeet shoot and the Rockhound Golf Tournament, round out our repertoire.
CEO, CrownQuest Operating
Tim was born in 1955 in Littlefield, Texas, grew up in Big Spring, Texas, and graduated from Big Spring High School in 1974. He graduated from Texas Tech University in 1978 with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. Upon graduation Dunn worked at Exxon Production Research Company (1978-1980). He then went on to First City Bancorp (1980-1987) and served as an Engineer and Manager of Oil & Gas Portfolios. He then joined Parker & Parsley Petroleum (1987-1995) where he became a founding general partner of Parker & Parsley Development which later became Pioneer Natural Resources. He held multiple positions including Director, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. In 1996 he co-founded a private oil and gas concern.
Currently, Dunn is CEO of CrownQuest Operating, LLC, and CrownRock LP.
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