MD America Energy, LLC is a Texas based oil and gas operating company engaged in the acquisition, development, exploitation and production of crude oil and natural gas properties in East Texas. Assets currently consist of approximately 71,000 net acres with over 300 drilled and operated wells.
Chief Executive Officer
Mike Dye has over twenty years of experience in the energy industry and ten years of experience in bank financing. Prior to coming on board with MD America in October of 2018, he served as Vice President of Financial Services with Basic Energy for nine years, participating in several multi-million dollar bank/finance deals. He is currently overseeing MD America’s recent $200M term loan completed in November 2018.
Mike holds a Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Professional Accounting and Information Systems from the University of Texas of the Permian Basin. He is also a Certified Public Accountant. He currently lives with his wife in Aledo, TX. They have 3 grown children, twin sons and one daughter.
Chief Operating Officer
Tim Bozeman is Chief Operating Officer of MD America Energy, LLC. He assumed this role in September 2014. Prior to his current role, he served as Vice President of Operations and held other positions of increasing responsibility during his seven years with the company.
Throughout the years, Mr. Bozeman has worked for several major players in the oil and gas industry, such as Haliburton and EOG Resources. He received his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University in 2004.
Outside of work, he enjoys living life with his wife and four children. They participate in many outdoor activities and, as faith is their passion, are very active with their church.
Chief Financial Officer
Brooklyn George is the Chief Financial Officer of MD America Energy, LLC as of December 2020. She has been with the company since 2015, serving in various roles throughout the years. She is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Texas.
As an EY Alum, Brooklyn has worked in many industries, primarily focusing on upstream and midstream oil and gas. She is also a member of the Fort Worth COPAS chapter, where she developed a social position to help increase networking opportunities and member engagement. She graduated from Texas Tech University, with both a Bachelor of Science in Accounting, and a Master of Science in Accounting. During her year of graduation, she was awarded the “Highest Ranking Graduate” award from the Rawls College of Business.
In her free time, Mrs. George enjoys traveling the world with her husband, watching college football, and spending time with her three dogs.
Welcome to the MD America Energy Owner Relations Department. All inquiries can be directed to:
Below are the most common occurrences that can cause a change in ownership or payment information. All associated forms are available for download at the bottom of the page in PDF format. Please submit all changes in writing along with the correct forms to:
MD America Energy, LLC., 301 Commerce St. Suite 2500, Fort Worth, TX 76102 ATTN: Owner Relations Dept.
- Owner Name(s)
- Account #
- Last 4 digits of Social Security or tax I.D. #
- Old address
- New address
- Phone number
- E-mail address
- Original signature signed and dated
EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer)
You can elect to receive revenue payments by Electronic Funds Transfer. If you choose this option, check statements will not be mailed to you. You will have the option to receive them by e-mail when completing the ACH Authorization form. Below is a link to our ACH Authorization form. Complete the form and mail it to our address shown above along with a voided check for setup and verification.
MD America Energy issues royalty checks once a month when royalty totals accumulate to $100 or more. If the amount is less than the stated amount, then a check is sent on the month that the accumulated balance is greater than $100.
Death of an Owner
Oil and gas interests are considered real property, and as such, are governed by the law of the state in which the land is located. You should notify us in writing of the interest owner’s death and include a copy of the death certificate and a copy of the will (testate). If no will is involved, the decedent is considered to have died intestate. Therefore, title to the oil and gas interests pass according to the laws of descent and distribution for the state in which the property is located. We will contact you with specific instructions pertaining to your situation. Please see both forms below for more details.
Change of Ownership (Sale or Divorce)
All requests for change in ownership must be submitted in writing, accompanied by a recorded conveyance document, and sent to our office at the address at the top of the page. In addition, please include:
- Name of current owner (and owner number if known)
- New owner’s name, address and SSN or TIN
- A copy of the conveyance which has been properly recorded in the county of the state the property is located.
- Daytime phone number and e-mail address for contact person
In the event of a name change due to marriage, divorce, or other reason, please send documentation to the address at the top of the page including:
- A copy of the marriage certificate
- Divorce decree
- Other documentation.
If this is a company name change then please send documentation to the address at the top of the page including:
- Certificate of merger
- Name change
- New tax ID (IRS Form W-9)
Any change in trusts/partnerships require a copy of the recorded document conveying the interest to the trust sent by mail to the above address. This includes dissolutions, deaths, or changes in trustees.