Grigsby most recently was Chesapeake’s senior vice president of corporate and strategic planning. She previously worked for Commander Aircraft Co. and Deloitte and Touche LLP in various accounting and supervisory roles.
American Energy-Woodford has amassed more than 200,000 net acres in what it calls the Central Northern Oklahoma Woodford play. It produced 8,700 barrels of oil equivalent a day in the third quarter, while drilling what company officials believe are the cheapest horizontal wells in the U.S. at $2.6 million each last year.
American Energy-Mineral Holdings has built one of the largest mineral and overriding royalty interest positions in four different shale plays. Much of its acreage is under acreage owned by other American Energy Affiliates, which are active in the Marcellus, Utica, Woodford and Wolfcamp shales.
American Energy Partners was founded in April 2013 by former Chesapeake CEO Aubrey K. McClendon.