n 1980, Diana Chance was looking to make a career move. Having worked for a drug manufacturing company for 10 years, Chance was in her early 30s and she wanted work that was more challenging, more exciting and more meaningful.

She entered the oil and gas industry by way of Crystal Oil, later moving to Shlumberger and finally settling at Donner Properties where today she is the directing manager. Chance oversees the company’s half million acres of property across four states with the help of a small staff, a contract geologist, geophysicist and two surface managers, as well as serving as the primary negotiator for all deals made by Donner Properties across the nation.

When entering the oil and gas industry, the only women she knew of in the field worked in clerical positions. While she didn’t know anyone personally in the field, she was determined to work through the various positions in the industry to find her niche…


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