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Wayne B. Stoltenberg

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Wayne B. Stoltenberg is the Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer of Vine Oil & Gas LP, a natural gas focused exploration and production company in Plano Texas.  He joined Vine in 2018, after working as the Chief Financial Officer of Cinco Oil & Gas, LLC., and its predecessor entities, since 2008.  Prior to joining Cinco, he spent 15 years in investment banking primarily focused on the natural resources sector.

Wayne has significant experience with numerous public and private equity and debt offerings and M&A advisory assignments for industry participants including (Quicksilver Resources, Evergreen Resources, SM Energy, Frontier Oil, 3TEC Energy and Massey Energy). He formerly served as a member of the Westlake Town Council and Westlake Academy School Board.

Wayne earned his Bachelor of Arts in Literature and Economics from Columbia University and his MBA in Finance & Economics from the University of Texas.

April 4, 2023

Government Bureaucracies Can't Supervise Our Banks. Here's a Private Sector Alternative

Private insurance companies, which are liable for paying claims, have the economic incentive to assess and efficiently price risk. Expanding their role, rather than the FDIC’s, is the better policy option.

December 18, 2022

As Latin America Shifts Left, Oil Production Could Fall

The leftward turn of many Latin American governments is yet another reason why the Biden administration needs to end its war on U.S.-produced fossil fuels. Otherwise, the energy shortages facing Europe will find their way to the states.

November 17, 2022

U.S. Has LNG to Heat Europe; Does it Have the Will?

Domestic LNG production could keep homes warm in Europe, countering Russian aggression while advancing U.S. interests.

August 12, 2022

Let's Not Swim Upstream in Our Transition to Renewables

If transition advocates won’t acknowledge the problems we’ve experienced with renewables and provide balanced, logical and actionable solutions, we are right to question their motives and assertions of a smooth transition.

June 8, 2022

Why Energy Companies Won't Produce

Companies expect that as soon as the current turmoil subsides, the Biden administration will shift back to hostile rhetoric, anti-energy legislative proposals, and oppositional regulatory policies. 

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