Barry E. Davis is an energy industry leader and Chairman and CEO of EnLink Midstream. Davis led EnLink Midstream’s predecessor, Crosstex Energy, from its founding in 1996 through the 2014 merger of Crosstex with midstream assets from Devon Energy Corp., which created EnLink. The company was on the forefront of the shale revolution, and, under Davis’ leadership, EnLink evolved into a leading, integrated midstream company with a strong financial foundation and a diverse geographic footprint in several top U.S. basins. In addition to serving on the EnLink Board of Directors, Davis is a Trustee of Texas Christian University (TCU) and a board member of the Kirby Corp. and several other civic and nonprofit organizations. He is a former President and current member of the Dallas Petroleum Club and the Dallas Wildcat Committee, and a member of the World Presidents’ Organization. Davis earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance from TCU in 1984.
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Dr. Matthews has 15 years of experience in rehabilitation and inspection of infrastructure systems. He is the Director of the Trenchless Technology Center (TTC) and an Associate Professor of Civil Engineering and Construction Engineering Technology at Louisiana Tech University. Prior to returning to the TTC, he served as Water Market Sector and Pipe Renewal Service Line Manager at Pure Technologies. Prior to Pure, he served as Battelle’s Water Infrastructure Management Lead, leading numerous water infrastructure studies. Prior to Battelle, he led multiple projects while at the TTC as a Research Associate relating to the development of automated decision support systems. He has given more than 115 conference presentations and authored more than 160 publications. He is active in North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT), American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), and American Water Works Association (AWWA). He also serves on several boards including the NASTT Board of Directors and the Editorial Boards for Trenchless Technology magazine and ASCE's UES magazine. He also serves as an Associate Editor for ASCE's Journal of Pipelines System Engineering & Practice.
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Veteran energy industry editor Jeff Share was named a contributing editor to Hart Energy’s upstream and midstream editorial platforms in November 2018. He contributes articles to Hart Energy’s websites and magazines, including frequent op-ed columns.
Share served as the Editor of the Pipeline & Gas Journal from 1995 until December 2017 when he retired from that post. During his tenure, he started and organized PG&J’s annual Pipeline Opportunities Conference.
Share has been recognized with 12 Lone Star Awards from the Houston Press Club, including 11 for his popular Editor's Notebook column which will be reprised on Hart Energy's consolidated website starting in January.
Prior to P&GJ, Share wrote for the Oil Daily and several other energy publications. A longtime member of the Pipeliners Association of Houston, he provided its annual industry forecast on 14 occasions. In 1995 he wrote The Oil Makers, An Insider's Perspective of the Petroleum Industry, published by Rice University Press.
Share worked at The Houston Post for 10 years and at newspapers in upstate New York and in the Philadelphia area for another 10 years. He earned his journalism degree from Temple University. He and his wife Janet live in Houston.
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Ed is responsible for managing TRC’s Oil and Gas Sector, which provides integrated end-to-end solutions to oil and gas customers. He has more than 30 years of experience in pipeline engineering, project management, operations and business development, providing technical services to the pipeline industry.
Oryx CEO Brett Wiggs leads the team with overall responsibility for the development and execution of the company’s business plan. Brett has a long history as a successful leader in the energy industry, both in the U.S. and abroad, and has a strong record of creating value and growth. Most recently prior to founding Oryx in late 2013, Brett served as a managing director for EnCap Flatrock Midstream. Previously, Brett served as CEO of DFW Midstream Services, a natural gas gathering company focused in the Barnett Shale. Within three years of starting the company in 2008, Brett built a gathering system with more than 80 miles of large and small diameter pipeline and approximately 50,000 horsepower of compression in a dense urban environment. Brett has also served as president and general manager of Bolivia’s principal oil and gas pipeline company, Transredes SA, and as president and CEO of the Cuiaba Integrated Power Project, a power plant and natural gas pipeline project located in western Brazil. Additionally, Brett has held various business development and management positions at Enron and Texas Utilities. Prior to beginning his business career, Brett served as an artillery officer in the U.S. Army. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from West Point and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Texas.