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This is an oral history interview with Bill Broman conducted as part of the Houston History Project. Mr. Bill Broman got his B.S. and M.S. from Michigan Technological University. He joined Shell Development Company in 1953 working mainly in the Houston E&P area. He began working as a geophysicist for in 1959 and became Senior Geophysicist in 1965. He continued to serve in various capacities including Acting Director of Exploration Research. He then transferred to Shell Oil in 1969 becoming Division Exploration for the Onshore Divisions, Southeastern E&P Regions. Shell Oil made him manager of Geophysical Operations in 1973, and in 1977 he became Division Exploration Manager, Offshore Division for the Souther E&P Division. In 1980 he became General Manager, Rocky Mountain Division for Western E&P operations. In 1983 he was named General Manager for Exploration for Shell Offshore. He retired in 1990. Interviewer: Tyler Priest.
Energy development; Petroleum industry and trade; Broman, Bill
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