Charles Frisbie, M.Ed.
Instructor - Energy Commerce
Education: B.S., Texas Tech; M.Ed, University of North Texas
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Room Number: NW 326
Charles Frisbie is an Instructor in the Center for Energy Commerce.
Charles began his career with Gulf Oil Corporation in 1980 as a landman in Midland, Texas working a variety of assets in the Permian Basin. Upon Gulf’s merger with Chevron in 1983, he held positions of increasing importance, eventually becoming the Permian Basin Land Manager. In 2004, Charles moved to Houston and was named Land Manager for Chevron’s MidContinent/Alaska Business Unit in 2006. Charles earned a Bachelor of Science in Education degree from Texas Tech University and a Master’s of Education degree from the University of North Texas. He also holds the certification as a Certified Professional Landman. Charles is a member of the American Association of Professional Landmen and the Permian Basin Landmen’s Association. Charles continues to serve as a consultant on numerous land projects for the oil and gas industry.
Courses taught: Oil & Gas Agreements I, Oil & Gas Agreements II and Basic Land Practices.