Richard Stanley Boatwright , age 49, most recently served as a Health, Safety and Environmental Advisor for Key Energy Services, Permian Basin Marketplace. In that role, Mr. Boatwright was primarily focused on educating and coaching field employees around the prevention of serious injuries and fatalities through the use of Human Performance tools. Prior to this assignment, he gained Operational experience within Key’s Coiled Tubing and Drilling groups – where he started his career in the Petroleum industry.
Prior to joining Key Energy in 2012, Mr. Boatwright enjoyed operating “Looking Good!” Mobile Detailing, a full-service vehicle appearance restoration business, which he owned for nearly 10 years in the State College, PA area. During part of that tenure, Mr. Boatwright gained experience in the Hospitality industry as an Operations Manager for Best Western hotels. Before tapping into his entrepreneurial spirit as a business owner, Mr Boatwright gained valuable experience in the Corporate world, spending 12 years with Corning, Inc, at their manufacturing facility in State College. Eight of those years was spent as a design technician, developing mold designs for CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) television glass. Desiring to move from the technical side to the human development side of the business, he served two years as a Training Coordinator, and another two in Human Resources. For some 11 of his 12 years at the Corning-Asahi plant, Mr. Boatwright was part of a team of volunteers that taught workforce Diversity, specifically around gender and ethnic/racial inclusion. He also was instrumental in assisting the organization in achieving ISO Certification – driving process documentation and serving as an internal ISO auditor. Mr Boatwright began his working career as a draftsman at Royal Vendors, an upstart soft drink vending machine company in Charlestown, WV.
Mr Boatwright graduated from Inwood High School in 1987, as a member of the National Honor Society, and at the top of his class at the James Rumsey Technical Institute, with a background in Mechanical & Architectural Drafting and Design.
Sean Edwards, age 49, currently holds the position of Director of Maintenance at Catalyst Energy Services. Prior to accepting his current position he worked at Key Energy Services as Ops Support Manager for the Permian Basin overseeing the repair and maintenance for all lines of business including Rigs, Coil Tubing, Cement, FRS, FMS and Pumps. Prior to working at KES he held the position of Maintenance Manger at Magna Energy Services LLC in LaSalle, Co where he managed the Refurbishment program for all rigs, cementing and ancillary equipment. He helped in the design and lead manufacture of Generation 4 Volumetric Mix cementing units, he redesigned the new cement mixing head for the VM cementing units. Additionally, in 2011 Mr. Edwards worked at Halliburton Energy Services in Brighton, CO as Maintenance Supervisor for Cementing Product Service Line where he was responsible for the supervision of multiple mechanics, cement crews and contract welders. His dedication to safety lead him to build equipment from scratch including a patented articulated centrifugal pump installation jib which improved mechanic safety while performing pump change outs. In 1997, he owned and operated Edwards Checkered Flag Automotive for 14yrs in Ferriday, LA and surrounding areas. Sean diagnosed and repaired diesel /gas engines, hydraulic, electronic and mechanical systems on different types of equipment including automotive, buses, agricultural, auxiliary power units and drilling/workover rigs. Mr. Edwards attended Northwestern University of Louisiana where he majored in Criminal Justice. He holds numerous certifications including welding, OSHA 10, Safeland, PEC and ASE Light, Medium, and Heavy Duty.
Jennifer Coker is an experienced business professional, strategic planning partner, and business analyst. Driven by performance, she takes pride in providing the best decisions possible.
After receiving her Bachelor of Business Administration in Interdisciplinary Business, from Tarleton State University, she began her career at Baylor Scott & White Hospital as a Quality Improvement Analyst, where she earned her green belt in Lean Six Sigma. Her husband’s job moved them across the state to Midland, TX where her career path transitioned into the energy industry. Her employment at Halliburton provided extensive technical and industry training, where she supported the Permian Basin frac department as a Material Control Specialist, before being internally recruited to assist with the startup of a new product service line, as the Market and Business Analyst.
Seeking to make a larger impact she moved to a smaller service company, where she joined Key Energy Services as the Marketplace Strategic Planning Partner for the Permian Basin. Currently, as Director of Business Management, Jennifer leads Integrity Applied Science’s development and growth, streamlines processes and operational efficiency, reduces audit risk, and serves as a member of the executive team. Jennifer has 9 years of business experience and 5 years of industry experience. Throughout her diverse career, one commonality is the financial impact of the cost savings and reductions she has brought to each company, as well as the technology advancements in marketing, pricing, and electronic ticketing she has helped develop and implement.
Robert Griffith was recently with Key Energy as Regional Vice President and Director of Operations for the Permian Basin. The Permian is the largest geo-market and houses all of Keys product lines. Before joining the Key team, Robert was employed by Baker Hughes as the Area Stimulation Manager for both the Permian and Southern Geo-Markets. This encompassed all of BHIs stimulation marketplaces with the exception of the North East. Before accepting this role, he was District Manager of three different pressure pumping yards located in Victoria, TX, Hobbs, NM and eventually Odessa, TX. Robert was previously in a sales role and held the title of Account Coordinator I & II, based out of San Antonio. Mr. Griffith began his career in 2011 working for Halliburton in Williston, ND. He went through the Business Development Field Associate program where he underwent an extensive combination of classroom, lab, and field training.
Mr. Griffith has worked in all the major shale plays in North America. His industry experience includes fluids management, rig services (drilling, workover and completions), fishing and rental tools, pipe rentals, cementing, production enhancement (fracturing), wireline, coil tubing, down hole tools, plug and abandonment.
Mr. Griffith attended New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell on a full-ride football scholarship and was in the corps of cadets. After sustaining a career ending injury, he transferred to Texas State University in San Marcos, TX where he obtained a Bachelors Degree in Political Science.
Catalyst Energy Services is an emerging stimulation service company with the equipment, people and technology to get your investment online sooner.
Built by an accomplished executive team with 100+ years of hands-on experience and supported by a highly experienced and knowledgeable operational team to ensure maximization of equipment time and optimal operational results.