Mr. Cravey has over 20 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry. He has experience running several multi-million dollar projects in various oil and gas leases across the state of Texas. He has managed multiple private salt water oil field disposal facilities and wells. He has extensive experience on work-over rigs, cranes, bulldozers, backhoes, wire line, cranes, diagnostic well analyzing equipment, logistic programs, and logging equipment. Currently, Mr. Cravey is co-managing a seven well project in the Bakken projected to cost over $100 million.
1993 – 2014: Owner/Operator Various Oilfield E&P/Service Companies
1987 – 1993: Mobil Oil Corporation, Surface Supervisor
Received and managed million dollar per month budget. Worked on field evaluation and acquisition of producing and nonproducing fields. Oversee all field maintenance and production, daily meetings with sub- supervisors to: review and correct problems within maintenance, both daily and future, delegation to other employees, public relations pertaining to landowners, Corporation, Oil and Gas Commission, County Commissioner, major and independent oil producers. Management of parts, made repairs or delegated repairs, meet and schedule contract labor as needed, attend budget meetings concerning surface budget, inventory, road and yard maintenance surrounding office, lease road maintenance. Absorbed the “non-core” wells in Poteau and Lindsey, Oklahoma areas in 1992. This included delegation of maintenance of said wells by employees in these areas.
1984 – 1987: Mobil Oil Corporation, Gang Pusher Battle Creek, Michigan
Overhaul compressors, maintenance on all compressors, delegate work to roustabouts, conduct inventory of parts, approve and sign time sheets of other employees, conduct safety meetings, evaluate potential properties to be purchased.
1974 – 1984: Mobil Oil Corporation, Lease Operator Loudon Field, St. Elmo, Illinois Oversee all producing wells, maintain production, work as Tursinary Recovery Engineer, shooting fluid levels and injecting polymer into injection wells
1972: Mobil Oil Corporation, Plant Operator Mason, MI Oversaw refining of propane, butane, & gasoline mixtures
Kenneth Wiedrich – Director, Chairman of the Compensation Committee, Chairman of the Audit Committee
Mr. Wiedrich is a senior level executive with extensive hands-on experience in management, operational accounting, reporting for public companies, finance functions, and in dealing with Boards of Directors, banks, attorneys, audit firms and the SEC. Areas of expertise include: Financial and Strategic Planning, Accounting and Financial Operations, Budget Development and Management, Business Startups and Expansions, Staff Management and Development, and Public Company Accounting and Reporting. Mr. Wiedrich also has experience with government cost accounting methods and all related government acquisition regulations and software applications.