Eddie Hebert has over 25 years of experience in various capacities in the upstream energy industry.
Most recently, Mr. Hebert founded Rockdale in 2014, an E&P company focused on the Gulf Coast and Oklahoma. Mr. Hebert has concentrated on building up his team of experienced industry veterans and has worked to locate and finance non-marketed transactions across Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma.
Mr. Hebert received a BA in accounting from University of Louisiana at Lafayette and is a CPA.
Eric Reigle has over 30 years of engineering experience in the upstream energy industry.
Most recently, Mr. Reigle served as Corporate Reservoir Engineering Manager for Newfield, where he oversaw Newfield's assets in North America which included the Bakken, Woodford and Eagle Ford Shale plays, along with their Onshore Gulf Coast assets. In addition during his Newfield tenure he managed the acquisition of Newfield's SCOOP/STACK position in Oklahoma. Prior to Newfield Mr. Reigle was the VP Technology for Reliance Industries, leading all technical efforts for the JV's in the Eagle Ford and Marcellus Shale plays. Mr. Reigle also has extensive experience in the Cotton Valley and Haynesville Shale and is credited for recommending the drilling of the first commercial Cotton Valley well in East Texas.
Mr. Reigle received a BS in Petroleum Engineering from Texas A&M University and is a registered professional engineering in Texas.
James Anhaiser has over 25 years of experience in upstream operations.
Most recently, Mr. Anhaiser served as SVP of operations for WCX Energy / Goldking. Prior to WCX, Mr. Anhaiser was the production operations manager for Sabco Oil & Gas. Prior to WCX Energy, Mr. Anhaiser worked at Hilcorp for 14 years, serving various roles in engineering and operations in Louisiana and Texas as the Company achieved exponential growth in production and reserves becoming one of the largest privately held E&P companies in the US
Mr. Anhaiser received a BS in Petroleum Engineering from Louisiana State University as well as a masters degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Houston.
Thomas Streeter has 12 years of experience in the upstream energy industry.
Most recently, Mr. Streeter worked as the senior energy analyst at Carlson Capital, a Texas-based hedge fund. During his tenure, he worked on upstream E&P transactions including restructuring and bankruptcy situations, mezzanine lending, private equity, and both public debt and equity transactions. Previously, Mr. Streeter worked at D. E. Shaw & Co., a New York-based hedge fund, as an energy analyst focused on upstream oil and gas mezzanine and private equity investments. He began his career as an energy investment banking analyst at Deutsche Bank in Houston.
Mr. Streeter received a BA in economics and graduated with honors from Rice University