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Ray Lee Hunt

is a Dallas businessman whose association with Hunt Oil Company began in 1958 as a summer employee in the oil fields. He was educated at Southern Methodist University (SMU) and received a degree in economics in June 1965. While at SMU, he was designated a University Scholar, served on the student senate, received the Outstanding Business Student Award and was president of his fraternity, Phi Delta Theta.[1]

Hunt now serves as Chairman of the Board, President, and CEO of Hunt Consolidated, Inc.; Chairman of the Board and CEO of Hunt Oil Company; and Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and President, RRH Corporation. He has been Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Hunt Private Equity Group since its inception in 1990. [2]

Hunt was appointed in October 2001 by President George Walker Bush to the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board.[3]

Hunt joined the Halliburton Company Board in 1998. He is Chairman of the Compensation Committee and member of the Audit and the Management Oversight Committees. He also serves as a member of the boards of directors of PepsiCo, Inc., King Ranch, Inc., Electronic Data Systems Corporation, the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, and Security Capital Group Incorporated.[4][5] [6]

Hunt currently serves as a Member of the Board of Trustees of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, D.C.; the Board of Trustess for the [George Bush Presidential Library Foundation George Bush Presidential Library Foundation; the Board of Advisors for the Maguire Energy Institute at SMU Cox School of Business; the Board of Directors of the Texas Research League; the executive committee of the Southwestern Medical Foundation in Dallas; and the Board of Trustees of Southern Methodist University.[7]

Hunt has served as chairman of the National Petroleum Council in Washington, D.C. (an industry advisory organization for the Secretary of Energy) and served as its chairman from June 1991 to July 1994. In 1980-81 he served as president of the Domestic Petroleum Council [8] He is currently a member of the board of directors of the American Petroleum Institute. He also has served as president of the Dallas Petroleum Club.[9]

In 1987, Hunt was given The Order of Marib by the government of the Republic of Yemen. He is the only non-Yemeni ever to be so designated.

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Ray Lee-Hunt is the son of the founder of Hunt Oil Co and has earnings of $4.8billion which comes from both wealth and real estate.
111, Ray Lee Hunt, Dallas. Source of wealth: Oil, real estate. Total: $4.8 billion. He and son Hunter have been making business headlines lately for their goal of taking control of Oncor, the state's electricity distribution division of bankrupt Energy ...

In each region, people are caught between inflexible regulatory policy, the breakdown of consumer protections, and the money-making aspirations of Sharyland's owners, the family of billionaire Ray Lee Hunt. Almost everyone involved agrees Sharyland's ...
In each region, people are caught between inflexible regulatory policy, the breakdown of consumer protections, and the money-making aspirations of Sharyland's owners, the family of billionaire Ray Lee Hunt. Almost everyone involved agrees Sharyland's ...
Today his heirs oversee discrete fortunes: Son Ray Lee Hunt oversees Hunt Oil; son William Herbert Hunt is behind oil and gas firm Petro-Hunt; daughter Caroline founded and later sold Rosewood Hotels & Resorts.

In 2015, Hamm outranked Kaiser, along with Kinder Morgan chairman Richard Kinder, Texas oilman and investor Ray Lee Hunt, and Chief Oil & Gas Chief Executive Trevor Rees-Jones.
In 2015, Hamm outranked Kaiser, along with Kinder Morgan chairman Richard Kinder, Texas oilman and investor Ray Lee Hunt, and Chief Oil & Gas Chief Executive Trevor Rees-Jones.

In 2015, Hamm outranked Kaiser, along with Kinder Morgan chairman Richard Kinder, Texas oilman and investor Ray Lee Hunt, and Chief Oil & Gas Chief Executive Trevor Rees-Jones.
In the 16 months since Oklahoma oilman Harold Hamm dismissed OPEC as a "toothless tiger" because of growing U.S. energy independence, shares in his Oklahoma City-based Continental Resources Inc, a major shale oil driller, have fallen about 60 ...
The group received $1 million apiece from Kinder, Rees-Jones, legendary oil explorer Ray Lee Hunt and Hushang Ansary, chairman of drilling-equipment firm Stewart & Stevenson and matching gifts from their wives.
The group received $1 million apiece from Kinder, Rees-Jones, legendary oil explorer Ray Lee Hunt and Hushang Ansary, chairman of drilling-equipment firm Stewart & Stevenson and matching gifts from their wives.
No. 22 - Ukrainian-American Len Blavatnik ($21.6 billion) is the richest energy tycoon in the country. He received $7 billion when he sold his stake in TNK-BP in 2013, and has made $8 billion off an initial $575 million investment in LydonellBasell in ...
Miljardair Jeff Bezos van onlinewinkel Amazon is in een jaar $30 mrd rijker geworden. De Amerikaan heeft nu een geschat vermogen van $59 mrd en is daarmee de op drie na rijkste mens ter wereld. Grootste verliezer onder de miljardairs der aarde is ...
Jeb Bush's campaign disclosed Wednesday donations from pipeline magnate Richard Kinder, "Dallas" heir Ray Lee Hunt, Hilcorp Energy Co.
Others with area ties include Ray Lee Hunt at No. 265 and a net worth of $5.6 billion. Hunt is a co-owner of the Texas Rangers.


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