Mr. Abbott is the Executive Chair for Oilfield Water Logistics’ board and management team, leading the company’s growth and operational strategy. Most recently, Mr. Abbott served as Senior Vice President, Strategic Planning, for Marathon Oil’s Permian and Eagle Ford businesses, as well as the Land and Commercial Services organization. Prior to Marathon, he worked for Pioneer Natural Resources where he held a range of leadership roles including President (Pioneer Water Management), Treasurer and Vice President (Finance), Vice President (Permian Operations), President (Alaska Division) and Vice President (Corporate Finance). Mr. Abbott holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Texas A&M University and a master’s degree in business administration from Southern Methodist University.
Mr. Hines is the President and Chief Operating Officer at Oilfield Water Logistics, with responsibility for leading operations, system engineering, design and construction, and managing key regulatory and industry relationships. He joined the company in 2018 as Executive Vice President Permian, responsible for overseeing company activity in the Midland and Delaware basins. In 2020, he established the company’s water re-use program to minimally treat produced water, enhancing sustainability while adding new value propositions for customers. Prior to Oilfield Water Logistics, Mr. Hines was the Construction and Produced Water Manager at the Pioneer Natural Resources water team. Mr. Hines has over 15 years of prior experience in a variety of roles in the upstream oil and gas sector focusing on facilities and operations. He holds a Petroleum Engineering degree from Texas Tech University.
Mr. Thiel is Executive Vice President, Corporate Development at Oilfield Water Logistics and a Partner at OWL Investments. Mr. Thiel worked in the Stephens Energy Investment Banking Group from December 2011 to May 2014 where he participated in over $16 billion of transactions. Prior to joining Stephens, Mr. Thiel served as a Consultant at Ernst and Young where he participated in several operations improvement projects in the firm’s Consumer Banking Office. Prior to Ernst and Young, Mr. Thiel was a Captain in the United States Army where he led teams at multiple levels through four combat deployments. Mr. Thiel earned his BS in Engineering Management from the United States Military Academy and his MBA from Southern Methodist University.
Ms. Reid is In-House Counsel and Director of Land at Oilfield Water Logistics. Previously, Ms. Reid was Director and Legal Counsel of Land for EnLink Midstream Operating, LP, where she was responsible for overseeing all aspects of the company’s land acquisition process, leading and advising a geographically dispersed team of over a dozen professionals on matters of due diligence, permitting, landowner negotiations, and stakeholder and political engagement. In 2016, Ms. Reid was presented with the company’s President’s Leadership Award, an annual program highlighting exceptional leadership through peer recognition. Ms. Reid holds a J.D. honors degree from the University of Texas School of Law, and a B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin. She was called to the State Bar of Texas in 2008.
Mr. Carr is Senior Vice President of Business Development at Oilfield Water Logistics. Prior to joining Oilfield Water Logistics, Mr. Carr was the Vice President of Lobo Trucking, a portfolio company of Sunland Capital. While at Lobo, he was responsible for growing its trucking, water transfer and saltwater disposal well business lines. In addition to helping the company becoming the largest fluid services provider in Southeast New Mexico, Mr. Carr assisted in expanding the company’s footprint into West Texas. Mr. Carr began his career in the insurance business at McGriff, Seibels and Williams where he served as Assistant Vice President in the Energy and Private Equity Risk Consulting groups. Mr. Carr earned his MBA from Rice University and his BBA in Finance from The University of Texas at Austin.
Mr. Rutter is Vice President of Business Development and Sales at Oilfield Water Logistics. Previously, Mr. Rutter worked at Baker Hughes Incorporated serving in various management roles within operations, sales and business development. While at Baker Hughes, he was responsible for growing its artificial lift and upstream chemicals product lines for their five geo-markets within US Land. Mr. Rutter has more than ten years of oil and gas business development and production experience throughout an assortment of regions including the Permian Basin, Eagle Ford, Rockies, Bakken, and Anadarko Basin. Mr. Rutter received a BS in Business Economics from Cornell University and an MBA from the University of Texas.