SPL’s newly appointed CEO creates new vision for the company.
HOUSTON, TX, August 14, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — SPL, an industry leader in hydrocarbon measurement, analysis, and allocation services, has appointed Jeff Hibbeler as Chief Executive Officer of SPL.
Mr. Hibbeler will provide day-to-day management and leadership of the Company. He will also be responsible for the company’s financial objectives, strategic direction and technology expansion. Part of the new direction will be a focus on organic growth in the highly active US Shale Basins where our clients are seeing a historic demand for production services.
Prior to joining SPL, Mr. Hibbeler spent 30 years in the energy industry, working with some of the world’s most influential companies, such as Mitchell Energy, BJ Services Company and Halliburton. Most recently, Mr. Hibbeler was founder and CEO of Independence Oilfield Chemicals, a private equity-backed startup in The Woodlands, Texas.
“I’m proud to be part of the SPL team and long legacy of the company,” said Mr. Hibbeler. “While we have been successful over the years, there is still a tremendous opportunity for growth and I’m excited to build on this progress.”
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Established in 1944, SPL was one of the first major suppliers to service the exploration and production, petrochemical, refining, pipeline and retail markets with petroleum and environmental testing services. Today, SPL is recognized globally as an industry leader in hydrocarbon production measurement, analysis, reporting, and project management services. The company has performed work throughout the United States as well as international markets that include the China Sea, Kuwait, Libya, Mexico, Peru, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen. SPL, headquartered in Houston, Texas, was acquired by Industrial Growth Partners, along with management, in September 2016. Learn more at www.spl-inc.com.
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