Two Valor Finalists in D CEO's 2023 Energy Awards

Two Valor Finalists in D CEO’s 2023 Energy Awards

Adam Powell and Joseph DeWoody join 30 other North Texas energy executives singled out for their contributions

FORT WORTH, TX (Aug 7, 2023) Valor, a Fort Worth-based specialty asset management company with expertise in providing mineral management and oil and gas outsourcing, is pleased to announce that two of their executives have been named finalists in D CEO’s 2023 Energy Awards. The finalists at Valor include Adam Powell, the company’s chief accounting officer and Joseph DeWoody, the CEO and co-founder of Valor.

Now in its sixth year, the D CEO’s Energy Awards were created to recognize and honor outstanding individual leaders in the oil and gas, energy finance, and renewable sectors who continue to innovate and propel the industry forward. Nominations are open to industry players from East Texas to the Permian Basin, provided there is a strong North Texas tie. Both Powell and DeWoody will join the other 30 finalists at a special awards presentation in October where the winners will be announced, and all will be featured in the November issue of D CEO.

Adam Powell is a CPA with multiple years of experience in public accounting as a financial statement auditor for publicly and privately held clientele in the oil and gas, manufacturing, distribution, and healthcare industries. He serves as the head of the company’s finance department while supporting the oil and gas accounting team that manages Valor’s clients spanning 32 different U.S. states.

Joseph DeWoody is the co-founder and CEO of Fort Worth-based Valor, a professional asset services provider specializing in mineral rights and oil and gas outsourcing. Since founding the company in 2018, DeWoody has helped Valor become one of the Southwest’s leading private asset managers. DeWoody has two decades of experience in the oil and gas industry, having worked in the exploration, development, production, and investment side of the business. He’s earned several professional titles, including Certified Mineral Manager (CMM), Certified Professional Landman (CPL), and Certified Professional Lease and Title Analyst (CPLTA). Appointed to the Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists by Gov. Rick Perry, DeWoody also serves as director of the National Association of Royalty Owners – Texas and has served as the Chapter Chair of YPO Fort Worth and YPO West Texas. He’s also a certified brand strategist, digital marketing professional, and has been trained in both coding and technology.

Founded in 2018, Valor has steadily grown to become one of the Southwest’s leading mineral management companies, providing targeted services such as land management, oil and gas accounting, and lease negotiation and counsel. The foundation and cornerstone of Valor’s mineral management services is mineral.tech®a proprietary mineral management platform designed to optimize and track oil and gas assets. The company also provides oil and gas outsourcing services for operators and investors, partnering with companies to offer bookkeeping, oil and gas accounting, and other back-office operations. Valor is headquartered in Fort Worth and maintains a satellite office in Midland, Texas.

About Valor:
Valor is a specialty asset management and professional services provider that serves mineral, and oil and gas owners. We place the client first, providing flexible solutions and leveraging our team of experts to maintain the security, clarity and optimization of privately owned assets. Valor is headquartered in Fort Worth and maintains a satellite office in Midland, Texas. Valor has been singled out for several prestigious awards, including the Inc. 5000 list, Best Places to Work, Tech Titans, and Most Inspiring Places to Work. Explore the benefits of partnering with Valor to manage mineral rights and outsource accounting and back office services by visiting www.onevalor.com.

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