Clinton Rasberry

Audit Associate

MBA (Finance), Tulane University
M.M.E. (Master of Management in Energy), Tulane University
B.S. (Petroleum Engineering), Louisiana State University

Rasberry joined Argent as an Audit Associate in our Shreveport location. Rasberry’s responsibilities will include analyzing client revenue data and performing revenue forecasting models for mineral sale evaluations.

Rasberry most recently served as a partner at Crestview Woods, L.P., where he managed and improved recreational properties. He also generated significant engineering work, financial analysis and negotiated water sales terms. In addition, he has served as a partner at Rasberry Land & Minerals, L.L.C., managing mineral properties, generating revenue across seven oil and gas wells throughout Louisiana and negotiating the sale of leases.

Rasberry received his Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering from Louisiana State University. He also received his Master of Business Administration and Master of Management in Energy, both from Tulane University. He is also a current member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.

Clinton has been married to his wife, Olivia, since February 2022.  He enjoys hunting, fishing, working on his family’s farm and traveling.


333 Texas Street Suite 699, Shreveport, LA 71101

(318) 588-6500

333 Texas Street Suite 699, Shreveport, LA 71101

Provided Services

Oil & Gas Management

Oil & Gas Management

Few mineral management companies can match Argent Mineral Management’s expertise in contract negotiation, oil & gas accounting, asset evaluation, and ongoing management.


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