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William “Will” G. Boone, CPL

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William “Will” G. Boone, CPL

Third Vice President

Will Boone, CPL, is the president of Wildcat Resources Inc., a land service provider he founded in 2011.

He began a career as a landman in 2004, after receiving a bachelor’s degree in personal financial planning with a minor in business administration from Kansas State University. During the first seven years of his career, Boone worked as an independent field landman for numerous brokers in multiple regions of the country, spending time in Kansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Texas, Wyoming and even Washington. Along the way he learned many valuable lessons and built a great network of contacts, which helped him develop as a land professional.

After spending the frigid winter of 2011 in Wyoming, Boone decided it was time to get back to Kansas, and he and his beautiful bride, Jordan, opened Wildcat Resources and have been operating it ever since.

Boone is a member and former president, vice president and director of the Wichita Association of Petroleum Landmen. A current member of the Denver Association of Petroleum Landmen and Wyoming Association of Professional Landmen, he is a past member of the Ark-La-Tex Association of Professional Landmen, Fort Worth Association of Professional Landmen and Tulsa Association of Petroleum Landmen. He became a registered professional landman in 2009 and a certified professional landman in 2012. A past director of AAPL, Boone currently serves as assistant chair of the Tax Issues Committee and as a member of the Public Lands and Access Committee. He is a member and the current annual convention chairman for the Kansas Independent Oil and Gas Association.

Outside the office, Boone enjoys spending time at his ranch, hunting, fishing, reading and relaxing with a nice bourbon. He and his wife have two daughters: Sydney, 7, and Harper, 4. A former collegiate golfer, his wife enjoys beating him on the golf course. They spend many family weekends in Manhattan, Kansas, cheering on the Kansas State Wildcats.