T. Greg Merrion. Merrion Family Honored by New Mexico Business Weekly

The New Mexico Business Weekly celebrated the honorees of its annual Power Book on September 9 with a reception at the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History.

This year’s Power Book theme was “Dynasties,” honoring powerful New Mexico families in which multiple generations have had an impact on the state’s business community. The paper also named 12 new Power Brokers for 2011 — leaders in key roles who are impacting the state’s economy.

Among those honored were T. Greg Merrion and the Merrion family. The New Mexico Business Weekly celebrated the honorees of its annual Power Book Thursday evening with a reception at the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History.

T. Greg Merrion is the President of Merrion Oil & Gas, a second generation, family-owned independent producer based in Farmington, NM. Merrion Oil & Gas is the 24th largest producer of natural gas in New Mexico, and also has operations in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. Prior to coming to work for Merrion Oil & Gas in 1985, T. Greg worked as a production engineer for Superior Oil and Mobil.

T. Greg has a Petroleum Engineering degree from Colorado School of Mines and a Masters degree in Business from New Mexico State University. He is a past president of the Independent Petroleum Association of NM and a past chairman of the New Mexico Oil & Gas Association. He is a graduate of Leadership San Juan and Leadership New Mexico, and currently serves on the Farmington Planning and Zoning Commission and the San Juan College Foundation Board. He has served on the Board of Directors of New Mexico Community Capital since 2006. He’s also a member of the New Mexico Amigos and a Director on the Petroleum Technology Transfer Board.