Will Todd is the Chief Executive Officer of Bedrock Energy Partners and is primarily responsible for the development and execution of the company’s business plan as well as overseeing all corporate finance activities.
Prior to starting Bedrock in 2018, Mr. Todd was a Vice President at Cibolo Energy Partners where he focused on investment opportunities in lower, middle-market oil and gas companies in North America. His primary responsibilities included deal screening, valuation, execution of legal documentation, due diligence and ongoing portfolio management.
Mr. Todd also spent five years with Lime Rock Resources as a Senior Associate working directly with the CFOs of both the private equity fund and the public upstream MLP (LRE) to carry out day to day business operations and the evaluation and execution of strategic alternatives. As a member of the investment team, he helped Lime Rock execute on 17 acquisitions.
Mr. Todd began his career as an investment banking analyst at Bank of America Merrill Lynch after graduating from the University of Texas with a BBA in the Business Honors program.
Spencer Cox is the Chief Operating Officer at Bedrock Energy Partners. He oversees all daily operations, including production enhancements, drill and completion development, land management and geological efforts.
Prior to starting at Bedrock Energy Partners, Mr. Cox was with Lime Rock Resources (LRR) where he was most recently focused on actively managing the development of Lime Rock Resource’s North Dakota Bakken assets. Prior to managing LRR’s Bakken assets Mr. Cox was the operations leader for the development on LRR’s New Mexico-Permian Basin fields. His primary duties included drilling and completion engineering and project management, field development and budget planning, LOE reduction execution and production optimization, generation and execution of sustainable cost savings projects, and was a member of the senior strategic and leadership team at LRR.
Mr. Cox began his career as a Petroleum Engineer for Discovery Operating Inc. after graduating the University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering. After working for Discovery, he spent time as a Production Engineer with Kinder Morgan performing surveillance on Kinder Morgan’s SACROC CO2 tertiary recovery projects. Mr. Cox earned an MBA from the University of Houston Victoria and is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Texas.
Hans Dube is Vice President of Operations for Bedrock Energy Partners. He is responsible for Bedrock’s Barnett Shale production operations.
Prior to joining Bedrock, he was Director of Operations for all of EnerVest Operating Company’s Barnett Shale assets. Before that, Mr. Dube worked for EOG Resources from 2004 thru 2016 in the Barnett Shale and was responsible for building the production workforce from the ground up. He established workflows, processes, and norms that covered all aspects of production operations so that ultimately 950 plus wells could be safely, cleanly, cost effectively operated and optimized. His group also built out the extensive (350 mile) gas and water gathering systems along with a large company operated compression program. Production grew from 28 MMCFD to 600 MMCFD in 6 years.
Mr. Dube graduated from Texas A&M in 1985 with a B. S. in Petroleum Engineering. Upon graduation, he was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. After serving 3 years active duty, he returned to Texas A&M and completed his Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering. His first job was with Fina Oil & Chemical in 1990, working as a drilling and operations engineer in South Louisiana, and then he worked for Burlington Resources/Meridian Oil for 12 years. Seven of those years were in the San Juan Basin, initially as a reservoir engineer for the Lewis Shale Project and then as a production supervisor over Fruitland Coal Methane and conventional assets.
Kristina Stacey joined Bedrock Energy Partners in October 2018 to manage all land operations and owner relations. Kristina has over 17 years of experience at E&P companies efficiently performing and overseeing a wide range of responsibilities within land departments.
Prior to joining Bedrock Energy Partners, Ms. Stacey was with Hess Corporation as a Land Advisor working their North Dakota Bakken assets. Her primary duties included coordinating with the Bakken operations team in developing, planning and executing the rig schedule, tracking lease expirations, negotiating and executing acreage trades and acquisitions, managing brokers, working with third party operators in the planning and development of lease-line wells and resolving owner relations matters.
Prior to joining Hess, Kristina held various land positions with Yuma Exploration & Production, Petrohawk, EOG Resources, Chesapeake Energy and BP. She is a graduate of University of Louisiana at Lafayette with a B.S. in Professional Land and Resource Management.
Justin Hayes joined Bedrock Energy partners in October 2018 to lead all reserve analysis, subsurface evaluation, and development planning and optimization efforts. Prior to joining Bedrock Energy Partners, Mr. Hayes was with Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (APC) where he was managing Reservoir Engineering and Analytics efforts for APC’s Powder River Basin (PRB) asset. In the PRB, Mr. Hayes applied analytical and physics-based efforts for optimizing PRB’s appraisal and development planning. Prior to working on PRB Mr. Hayes was the Subject Matter Expert on Subsurface and Economic Evaluations for Unconventional Assets in APC’s Advanced Analytics and Emerging Technology (AAET) team. In AAET, Mr. Hayes was responsible for leading efforts to develop analytical and physics-based techniques and tools for deployment in asset development teams, acquisition and divestiture efforts, US onshore exploration, and company-wide portfolio optimization. Previously Mr. Hayes worked in various roles including US Onshore Development and Operations, and Deepwater GOM Development and Operations.
Mr. Hayes began his career with APC after graduating Cum Laude from Colorado School of Mines with a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering, where he was a Boettcher Scholar. Mr. Hayes also earned an MBA from the Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University.
Bruce Moriarty joined Bedrock Energy Partners in November 2018 to lead all geoscience efforts. Bruce has over 30 years of experience at E&P companies finding commercial hydrocarbon reserves in both unconventional and conventional reservoirs through cost-effective, fully integrated geoscience programs.
Bruce began his career in the oil patch in 1981, working as aseismic interpreter/independent in Denver, CO. He moved to Houston in 1995, eventually becoming a Project Manager for Visos Exploration, which was in a joint venture with the Bureau of Economic Geology, developing 3D9C seismic technology. In 2000, he joined El Paso Production, working with asset teams to successfully find substantial reserves in South Texas and the Gulf of Mexico. In 2003, he joined Dominion Exploration, eventually becoming Chief Geophysicist until Dominion’s assets were sold in 2007. Bruce then worked with Swift Energy as Geophysical Advisor until early 2015, focusing on the company’s assets in the Eagle Ford and Olmos plays of South Texas, along with the Lake Washington field area of Louisiana.
Bruce has a long record for early adoption of new geoscience technologies. He has been a featured speaker regarding shales at several geophysical societies, including Houston, San Antonio, Midland, Corpus Christi, Oklahoma City and Tulsa. His work was also published in the the American Oil & Gas Reporter (February 2016).
Nicole Henley is the Controller at Bedrock Energy Partners. She oversees all accounting activities including financial and operational reporting.
Prior to joining Bedrock, Ms. Henley was the Financial Reporting Manager for RPM Energy Management, a Kohlberg, Kravis & Roberts entity. While at RPM, she was involved in the implementation and financial management of numerous acquired assets across multiple funds. Her primary responsibilities included solving technical accounting problems, developing and executing implementation procedures for newly acquired assets, managing the audits for different funds, and other daily reporting duties. Prior to RPM, Ms. Henley was the Accounting Manager for Kohlberg, Kravis & Roberts oil and gas funds. She began her career with PricewaterhouseCoopers in their Houston office.
Ms. Henley earned her BA in Accounting from Louisiana State University and a MA in Accounting from The Ohio State University.
Bedrock is Hiring!
Bedrock is seeking highly motivated, team-oriented professionals to manage its recently acquired Barnett assets and help shape Bedrock for future growth and value creation. Interested candidates should go to our careers page to learn more about the opportunities available.