J. Ford Brett is the CEO of PetroSkills. Mr. Brett has consulted in over 45 countries worldwide in the area of Petroleum Process and Project Management. Prior to joining PetroSkills, he was with Amoco Production Co. where he worked on drilling projects in the Bering Sea, the North Slope of Alaska, the Gulf of Mexico, offshore Trinidad, and Wyoming, and led a project that first identified drill bit whirl (which the Oil and Gas Journal Lists as one of the 100 most significant developments in the history of the petroleum industry). In 2010, he advised the US Department of Interior as one of seven reviewers of the “30 Day Study” immediately following the BP Gulf of Mexico Tragedy. He continued serving thru 2012 on a National Academy Committee on the Effectiveness of Safety and Environmental Management Systems for Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Operations. Mr. Brett has been granted over 30 U.S. and International patents, authored over 30 technical publications. He has also served the Society of Petroleum Engineers International Board of Directors as Drilling and Completions Technical Director. Mr. Brett holds a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering and physics from Duke University as well as a Master of Science in Engineering from Stanford University and a Masters of Business Administration from Oklahoma State University. He is a registered Professional Engineer, and a Project Management Professional.
W. Dennis Wing is Chief Operating officer of PetroSKills. He joined PetroSkills parent company OGCI (Oil & Gas Consultants International) in 1982 after gaining experience as an auditor and income tax specialist. As a Senior Accountant, Data Processing Coordinator and Controller, he was responsible for all accounting, tax preparation, contract negotiation, data processing and business operations, as well as implementing the first computerized system at OGCI. As Vice-President, CFO, and COO, he has helped start, build, and negotiate the sale of six different businesses. In addition, he helped negotiate the acquisition of TTG Systems in Edmonton, Canada. Mr. Wing received a B.Sc. in Business Administration from Oklahoma State University, and is a Certified Public Accountant. He is a member of the Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants and the PetroSkills Advisory Board.
Chad Greenway has served as the Chief Financial Officer of PetroSkills since joining the company in February 2013. Previously, he was the Executive Vice President at Rave Reviews Cinemas, a national operator of multiplex movie theaters. Mr. Greenway was a Managing Director of Verto Partners, a corporate strategy and financial advisory firm he co-founded, after beginning his career in mergers and acquisitions advisory, working in the investment banking divisions of Banc of America Securities, Wasserstein Perella & Co. and MHT Partners. Mr. Greenway received his B.B.A. in Finance and Accounting from Texas Christian University.
Ron Hinn, Executive Vice President, is a people oriented technical manager, possessing strong leadership and communication skills. A registered professional engineer, Mr. Hinn’s 35 year career has spanned numerous roles including staff engineering, engineering supervision, corporate knowledge management and professional staffing and competency development. He is active in both the Society of Petroleum Engineers and ABET (Accreditation) activities. He has served on the Board of Directors of both organizations. Ron received a B.S. degree from the University of Tulsa in petroleum engineering.
D. John Morgan is Chairman Emeritus of John M. Campbell | PetroSkills, and has over 40 years experience in the design, startup and troubleshooting of oil and gas facilities. He has published extensively on sour gas treating, sulfur recovery, CO2 treating, materials of construction, LNG training, and cryogenic gas processing. He consults for both North American and international clients in the gas processing industry. He performs training in LNG facilities, oil and gas process facilities, and gas plants around the world. He is very active in industry activities including membership of the Editorial Review Board of the Gas Processors Supplier’s Association, the Program Advisory Committee of the Laurence Reid Gas Conditioning Conference, and had served as Adjunct Professor of Petroleum Engineering at Colorado School of Mines. Mr. Morgan has many years of experience training non-native English speakers. He holds a B.Sc. (Honors) in Chemical Engineering from London University and an M.E. in Chemical & Refinery Engineering from Colorado School of Mines, USA.