ShalePro Hires New CFO
ShalePro Energy Services, a portfolio company of Turning Basin Capital, announced the appointment of Kevin Johnson as Chief Financial Officer effective April 16, 2018. Kevin brings a wealth of corporate finance and oil and gas experience. As CFO, Kevin will lead the company’s financial strategy and oversee all financial functions.
Prior to ShalePro, Kevin worked for Exxon Mobil Corporation, where he held various Treasury and Controllership roles and supported business activities across the Upstream, Midstream, and Gas & Power Marketing segments. Kevin also pulls from prior experience in public accounting, investment banking, and private equity. His broad financial background spans mergers and acquisitions, structured finance, budgeting, financial reporting, and tax strategy.
Kevin holds an MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurship from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management, a Master of Accounting degree from Virginia Commonwealth University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from Longwood University. He previously held licenses as a CPA and CFP®.
“We are excited to have Kevin join our team,” said ShalePro’s President and CEO, Bill Johnson. “His diverse financial skillset and oil and gas background will complement our experienced leadership team as we continue to grow our business and maintain our reputation for excellence.”
About ShalePro Energy Services, LLC
ShalePro Energy Services, LLC (“ShalePro”), formerly Basin Energy Group, offers a full suite of best-in-class field services to support natural gas producers and midstream operators in the Appalachian Basin. ShalePro has more than 23 years of production and midstream industry experience. ShalePro provides well hook-up services, operates and maintains more than 2,000 wells, hundreds of compressors and associated facilities, and hundreds of miles of gathering system pipelines. For more information, visit www.ShalePro.com
About Turning Basin Capital
Turning Basin Capital (“TBC”) is a private equity firm with a unique focus on energy-related companies found in the lower-middle market. Many of these lower-middle market companies are presented with growth opportunities that are being driven by macroeconomic factors such as North American energy independence, global warming concerns, resource scarcity, emergence of technologies and regulatory changes. TBC is a potential source of capital for these companies that are frequently overlooked by the larger private equity funds merely due to their size. For more information, visit www.turningbasin.com.