Forrest E. Hoglund
Vice Chairman of the Board; Chairman and CEO, SeaOne Holdings; Chairman and President, The Hoglund Foundation
Forrest Hoglund is chairman and CEO of SeaOne Holdings, a new company that transports liquefied, compressed natural gas.

Mr. Hoglund is the retired chairman of the board and CEO of EOG Resources Inc., one of the most active drillers of gas wells in the U.S. and Canada. He came to EOG Resources in 1987 to take it public and grow it into one of the best-performing independent oil and gas companies in the industry.

Prior to his appointment with EOG Resources in September 1987, Mr. Hoglund was president and CEO of Texas Oil & Gas Corporation (TXO), one of the fastest-growing independent producing companies at that time.

After receiving a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Kansas, Mr. Hoglund began his career with Exxon Corporation. He worked for Exxon from 1956 to 1977 in various capacities, including vice president of Natural Gas.

He is a past chairman of the board of visitors of the MD Anderson Cancer Foundation, a former chairman of the board of trustees of the Houston Museum of Natural Science, and remains active in both institutions. Mr. Hoglund recently concluded raising $185 million to build the new Perot Museum of Nature and Science in downtown Dallas.  Prior to that, he chaired a successful $653 million fundraising effort for the University of Kansas.

Mr. Hoglund is also chairman and president of the Hoglund Foundation. Started in 1989, the Hoglund Foundation has provided grants to numerous educational, medical, and social needs programs in the Dallas and Houston areas.