PESA: Welcomes New Advisory Board Members
The PESA Advisory Board Members contribute to the direction of PESA, promote PESA participation within their own companies and strengthen PESA’s membership ranks via their personal industry connections. The PESA Board of Directors has nominated and approved three new Advisory Board Members: Michael Reeves, President & CEO, Rubicon Oilfield International; Andrew Way, President & CEO, Exterran Corporation; and Warren Zemlak, President & CEO, BJ Services, Inc.
President & CEO
Rubicon Oilfield International
Michael Reeves, Chief Executive Officer, co-founded Rubicon in 2015 and is focused on leading organic and acquisition-driven growth, building an extraordinary, high-integrity team, and delivering superior value for customers, employees and investors.
Michael has more than 20 years of domestic and international leadership experience within the public and private upstream oilfield product and service organization. After graduating from Imperial College, London with an engineering degree in 1994, Mike started his oilfield career as a wellsite MWD/LWD/DD engineer.
The first 16 years of his career were split between Schlumberger and NOV, leading progressively larger businesses while living and working in the Middle East, Europe and North America. In the years since, Michael has led various private equity-backed businesses, Including as the CEO of XACT Downhole Telemetry and Varel International Energy Services.
President & CEO
Andrew Way is President, Chief Executive Officer and director of Exterran Corporation. He also serves as President of Exterran Energy Solutions, L.P. Prior to joining Exterran in 2015, he was CEO of Drilling and Surface at GE Oil & Gas. Way started his GE career in 1996 in the supply chain and operations organizations of GE Aircraft Engines.
He held roles of increasing responsibility before moving to GE Capital in 2001 and later served as the Managing Director of GE Equipment Services. In 2007, he joined the GE Oil & Gas business in Florence, Italy, leading Service Operations and serving as its Global Supply Chain & Manufacturing leader. In 2010, he was promoted to a GE company officer and became a Vice President leading the Turbo Machinery Global Services business. Way is also an officer of certain Exterran majority-owned subsidiaries.
President & CEO
BJ Services, Inc.
Warren Zemlak has served as President and Chief Executive Officer since January 2017. With more than 28 years of experience, Warren has held progressively senior global and North American leadership roles encompassing operations, technology, business development, manufacturing and executive positions related to cementing, hydraulic fracturing, coiled tubing and completion services.
Prior to joining BJ Services, Warren served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Allied Energy Services. Previously, he served as Vice President Well Services and Senior Vice President of Production Services at Schlumberger where he was responsible for pressure pumping, completions and artificial lift.
Warren’s technical and operational expertise has resulted in several patents related to reservoir stimulation, subsea intervention and horizontal drilling technology. Additionally, he has led business optimization throughout several market cycles in both public and private entities. He completed a field engineering cross-over program from Dowell Schlumberger in 1991 (Bottesford, England), as well as several Schlumberger Management Development programs supported by IMD (Lausanne, Switzerland) and other select academic institutions.