Robert May – Interim Chief Executive Officer - TexCom Inc.
Following the retirement of TexCom’s former President and CEO in April 2012, the Board of Directors appointed Bob to serve as Interim CEO, responsible for overseeing the Company’s daily business operations and leading the search and recruitment of a new full time CEO
In addition to managing TexCom, Bob is an independent investor with active direct investments in oil and gas exploration and production, oil and gas waste disposal, commercial facilities services bandwidth management and real estate. He also serves as the manager of Foxborough Management Company, LLC, which has managed over $216 million of tax credit investment funds since 2007. In late 2006, Bob left the GHK Companies where he had served as the General Manager for 15 years and as the Chief Financial Officer for the four previous years. The GHK Companies are a group of Oklahoma-based companies that are engaged primarily in the exploration and production of oil and gas and private equity investments. Prior the GHK Companies, Bob served as President of Search Drilling Co., a Wichita, Kansas-based oil and gas producer, contract driller and sponsor of publically registered oil and gas partnerships. He began his professional career in 1975 as a Certified Public Accountant with Ernst & Ernst (now Ernst & Young).
Bob currently serves as the Chairman of the Board and President of Facilities Performance Group, LLC, an Atlanta, Georgia-based commercial facilities services company that counts Fedex, Tenaris Steel, Eastern Kentucky Power Cooperative, Nucor Steel, Southwest Tennessee Community College, and Kentucky Utilities among its clients. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Mesh Networks, LLC, a Houston, Texas-based provider of bandwidth management software for Internet Service Providers, as well as commercial and residential users. In addition, Bob also owns RSM Investments, LLC, which manages approximately 20 companies in which he owns an interest. These companies are primarily involved in oil and gas exploration and production and oil and gas waste disposal businesses. Bob is a graduate of Oklahoma Christian College, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting.
Donald Black – Founder and President, M.B. Environmental Services, LLC
Since founding M.B. Environmental Services (MBES) in 1996, Don has led the Company’s strategic direction and profitable growth, creating and extending its market leadership by serving more than 200 oil and gas company customers in the U.S. Gulf Coast region. From 1992 until the Company’s sale in 1995, he served as President and CEO of Praxis Environmental Services, which he formed to provide oilfield remediation and cleaning services, including NORM disposal, to the oil and gas industry – in fact, Don was responsible for obtaining Praxis the very first NORM disposal license (#001) issued by the state of Louisiana. Prior to Praxis, he spent 17 years with Wilrig A/S, a leading offshore drilling contractor in the deepwater and hard environment markets (acquired by Transocean Offshore Inc. in 1995). While at Wilrig, Donald rose through the ranks of the international company, beginning first as a senior toolpusher and then ascending to Rig Manager, Project Manager, Drilling Superintendent and ultimately Operations Manager. In this final post, he assisted with the design, build and modification of semi-sub drilling rigs; oversaw operations of three semi-sub rigs in the North Sea; and delivered and set up operations for four rigs in Lafayette, Louisiana.
Jay Charles, Vice President, Eagle Ford Environmental Services, LLC
Prior to joining TexCom in 2005, Jay served as Chief Operating Officer of Texas EnviroFuels, LLC, a biodiesel processing facility based in Poteet, Texas, here he managed the design, construction and implementation of the plant’s multi-feedstock infrastructure necessary to support production of six million gallons of biodiesel per year. He was also Chief Operating Officer of Aegis Fuel Technologies, LLC, a Houston-based biodiesel processing company, where he oversaw the design, construction and implementation of a pilot facility capable of producing two million gallons of biodiesel per year. Previously, Jay served as President and member of the Board of Directors of I:COMM Networks, LLC, a long distance telecommunications company, which, under his leadership, grew from start-up to over $60 million in annual revenues in less than five years; and he was Senior Vice President, General Manager and Board member of C&L Communications, Inc., which saw its annual revenues increase from $6 million to over $38 million during Jay’s ten year tenure with the telecommunications equipment distribution company.