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Energy : Oil, Gas & Consumable Fuels | Small Cap Value
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VOC Energy Trust is a statutory trust formed by VOC Brazos Energy Partners, L.P. (VOC Brazos). The business and affairs of the Company are managed by The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A., as trustee. The Company was created to acquire and hold the net profits interest for the benefit of its unitholders. VOC Brazos' properties include interests in approximately 776 gross producing wells covering over 84,812 gross acres. VOC Brazos' properties are developed properties located in oil and natural gas producing regions of Kansas and Texas. VOC Brazos' fields in the Central Kansas Uplift include Fairport Field, Chase-Silica Field and Marcotte Field. VOC Brazos' fields in Western Kansas include the Bindley, Griston SW and Rosa Northwest fields. VOC Brazos' fields in South Central Kansas include the Gerberding, Spivey Grabs and Alford fields. VOC Brazos' proved reserved in Texas are located in the Central Texas and East Texas areas.


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Disney announces executives to head parks, direct-to-consumer operations

4:52 pm ET May 18, 2020 (MarketWatch)

Walt Disney Co. (DIS) announced two executive changes and a key departure Monday as the media giant attempts to navigate choppy financial waters during the coronavirus pandemic. Disney named Josh D'Amaro chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products, and appointed Rebecca Campbell chairman of Direct-to-Consumer and International operations. Campbell replaces Kevin Mayer, who was in the running to succeed former CEO Bob Iger but is now headed to TikTok (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/disney-chief-kevin-mayer-named-new-ceo-of-tiktok-2020-05-18), a video-sharing social networking service, to become its CEO. Disney shares were down 1% in after-hours trading Monday. For the past 12 months, they have declined 13% while the broader S&P 500 index is up 4%.

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