Leadership shuffle announced at Mach Natural Resources


A change in some of the leadership at Oklahoma City’s March Natural Resources.

The company announced in an SEC filing that Daniel T. Reineke, Jr., Executive Vice President of Business Development plans to resign effective April 19.

” Mr. Reineke’s resignation was not a result of any disagreements with the Partnership or the General Partner or its officers or employees, and we thank him for his service,” stated the company in the filing.

Reineke has been the Executive Vice President since Mach Natural Resources was founded in 2017. According to his resume, prior to joining the Company, he served as Chief Investment Officer for TLW Trading since 2013.

Prior to his time with TLW Trading, he served as a Vice President at RBC Wealth Management, Vice President/General Counsel for Stampede Farms, and Associate General Counsel at Gulfport Energy Corporation (NYSE: GPOR).

Reineke graduated from the University of Oklahoma School of Law receiving his Juris Doctorate in 2007 after receiving his Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance in 2004 from the University of Oklahoma.