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About Us

OLD NATCHEZ ENERGY LLC is a land services company providing comprehensive support and service to the oil and gas industry in the Appalachian Basin. The name may be new, but behind it stands 22 years of seasoned experience and integrity in this industry.

At Old Natchez Energy, we operate with an "old school" work ethic, while employing the newest technology to enhance our performance and product. Whether overseeing due diligence projects, drill unit title, curative, leasing or a pipeline right of way, our project managers and crew chiefs are highly experienced, understanding our clients’ expectations, providing concise, consistent reporting and meeting deadlines at every turn.

ONE RESOURCES offers a one stop shop for energy companies, providing expert consultation and implementation in all areas of the industry, from engineering, permitting and environmental needs to pipeline construction, general well site and water impoundment construction to drilling engineers, project managers, right of way clearance companies, title attorneys and land services. We handle specific, individual project components as well as complete, turnkey services for our clients, and guarantee superior service and product from day one.

After 22 years of professional Oil & Gas industry experience throughout the Appalachian Basin, Philip D. Chalos founded his own company, Old Natchez Energy, in 2012, establishing offices in both Marietta, Ohio and Nashville, Tennessee.

As an independent land agent, manager and consultant, Phil has orchestrated large-scale projects for energy and oil and gas entities throughout the Basin, including the extensive Trenton Black River project in southern New York state for Belden and Blake and East Resources AMI. For four years, Phil served as Environmental Coordinator of Operations/Special Projects for Clarksburg, WV-based Alamco, Inc., one of the fastest growing oil and gas production companies in the Appalachian Basin, where he coordinated drilling operations and managed more than 1,000 oil wells.

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