A native of Fort Worth, Texas, Andrée earned a bachelor’s degree in geology from Duke University and a master’s degree in geology from Texas Christian University (TCU).
She joined XTO in 2004 as a division geologist and was promoted to geology manager for the company’s Barnett Shale operations in 2005. In 2010, Andrée became geology manager for XTO’s operations in the Appalachia region, and in 2013, became vice president of geology and geophysics.
In her current role as vice president of unconventional development, Andrée oversees acquisitions and divestitures, reserves and data analytics, geology, land and reservoir management with respect to XTO’s unconventional portfolio across the United States, Canada and Argentina.
Prior to joining XTO, Andrée held positions with small independent oil companies. She was vice president of geology at Wagner Oil Company and an exploration geologist at Burnett Oil Company. She also worked as an exploration geologist at Union Pacific Resources and Sun Company, where she began her career.
Andrée served as the chairman of the Board of Directors for the Fort Worth Wildcatters in 2016, and currently serves on the board of the TCU Energy Institute. She also serves on the Innovation Committee for the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. She is a member of the Association of Petroleum Geologists and Fort Worth Geological Society.
Andrée is married and has three adult children.