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Natural Resource Partners CFO Dwight Dunlap To Retire - Quick Facts

Natural Resource Partners L.P. (NRP) announced that Dwight Dunlap, NRP's Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, will retire from the company on December 31, 2014.

Following his retirement from NRP, Dunlap will remain with Quintana Minerals Corporation and other Robertson family businesses and will continue to provide services to NRP to ensure a seamless transition.

The company noted that Craig Nunez will succeed Dunlap as Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of NRP.

Craig Nunez joins NRP with 27 years of global experience in finance, spanning the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors of the oil and gas industry. Most notable of Nunez's previous roles were senior vice president and treasurer of Halliburton, one of the world's largest oil service companies; treasurer of Colonial Pipeline, owner of the world's largest petroleum products pipeline; and director of International New Ventures at Phillips Petroleum. Most recently, he served as chief executive officer of Bocage Group, a private investment company specializing in energy, natural resources and master limited partnerships.

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