The Sedona Oil and Gas Corporation is a successful oil and gas well exploration company based out of Dallas, Texas. Kenny Crumbley founded the company in 1992, after serving as the Senior Vice President at Future Petroleum. Crumbley had an extensive management background before establishing the Sedona Oil and Gas Corporation. He moved to Dallas in 1985 and began working for a company known as World Wide Triad Resources. This is where Crumbley began to learn the oil and gas business, and little did he know in a few short years he would be the owner of the Sedona Oil and Gas Corporation. In 1988, Crumbley went to work for Texakoma Financial where he procured his Series 22 and Series 63 broker licenses. Following that position, Crumbley accepted a position at Southland Energy Company as their General Manager and Vice President. His main duty at Southland was buying prospects, proposing, and making deals through a company known as Future Petroleum. Future Petroleum was so impressed by Crumbley that they offered him a position as Senior Vice President. Crumbley was now in charge of putting ventures together, and after many successful initiatives, he knew it was time to branch out on his own and start the Sedona Oil and Gas Corporation
Crumbley’s vast knowledge and experience has helped him successfully lead the Sedona Oil and Gas Corporation. Since its establishment in 1992, the Sedona Oil and Gas Corporation has had successful ventures in Jones County Texas, Winn Parish Louisiana, Schleicher County Texas, and Dawson County Texas. Crumbley discussed his company’s success; “I am thrilled at the growth of the Sedona Oil and Gas Corporation. I worked so hard to establish this business and every time we complete a successful venture I get a sense of excitement. I knew it was a big risk leaving my job at Future Petroleum, but I had faith that with my background and drive, the Sedona Oil and Gas Corporation would succeed.”
The Sedona Oil and Gas Corporation continues to seek new ventures. Crumbley has been developing and exploration prospects in Clinton County Kentucky, Overton County Tennessee, and Pickett County Tennessee.