Southlake Energy Inc. is committed to being a premier petroleum and petrochemical company. To that end, we must continuously achieve superior financial and operating results while simultaneously adhering to high ethical standards.
The following principles guide our relationships with our shareholders, customers, employees, and communities:
Shareholders – We are committed to enhancing the long-term value of investment dollars entrusted to us by our shareholders. By running the business profitably and responsibly, we expect our shareholders to be rewarded with superior returns. This commitment drives the management of our Corporation. I just found a great list of biomass boilers here www.temposavesenergy.com.
Employees - The exceptional quality of our workforce provides a valuable competitive edge. To build on this advantage, we make all employees part of our family as owners of the company. While striving to hire and retain the most qualified team available; maximizing their opportunities for personal satisfaction and success through training and development. We are committed to maintaining a safe work environment enriched by diversity and characterized by open communication, trust, and fair treatment.
Communities - We commit to be a good corporate citizen in all the places we operate. We will maintain high ethical standards, obey all applicable laws, rules, and regulations, and respect local cultures. Above all other objectives, we are dedicated to running safe and environmentally responsible operations.
Southlake Energy Corporation aspires to be at the leading edge of competition in every aspect of our business. That requires the Corporation’s resources — financial, operational, technological, and human — to be employed wisely and evaluated regularly.
While we maintain flexibility to adapt to changing conditions, the nature of our business requires a focused, long-term approach. We will consistently strive to improve efficiency and productivity through learning, sharing, and implementing best practices. We are disciplined and selective in evaluating the range of capital investment opportunities available to us. We will seek to develop proprietary technologies that provide a competitive edge.
We aspire to achieve our goals by flawlessly executing our business plans and by adhering to these guiding principles and the foundation policies that follow.
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David “Mitch” Pendarvis (CEO) A native of Texas, Mitch grew up in a oil and cattle family in Bay City, Texas. Many of Mr. Pendarvis’ family members were employees of Halliburton Brown & Root and upon graduation from High School, Mitch joined the Halliburton family in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Shortly thereafter he joined the U.S. Navy. After completing his duty with the Navy, Mitch attended college and with two Bachelor of Science degrees in hand from the University of Florida, he returned to the oil and gas industry. His time in the oil and gas industry has primarily been spent in exploration and drilling for oil, where he has developed many life-long relationships in the U.S. and abroad. Mr. Pendarvis took over the reins of Southlake Energy, Inc in October 2009 and has led Southlake’s recent foray into acquiring leases in several locales in Texas and he looks to expand the company’s exploration activity and purchase of existing production and work-over projects in the near future. Mitch has been married for 10 years and he, his wife and son currently reside in Weatherford, Texas.
James D. Henry (Geologist) Mr. Henry was born and raised the small North Texas town of Nocona in the northern Fort Worth Basin. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B. S. degree in geology, and then went to work for Getty Oil Company in Midland exploring the Permian Basin of West Texas, the Michigan Basin, and the Anadarko Basin of Oklahoma and the Texas Panhandle. In the 1970s, Henry spent two years in West Africa as a geological advisor to the Directorate of Hydrocarbons and the Bureau of Mines of the government of the Ivory Coast. Returning to Dallas he spent five years working for Mitchell Energy in the Fort Worth Basin and authored one of the earliest authoritative papers on the geology of the emerging Barnett Shale play in North Texas. He then spent nine years in Oklahoma City working first with Core Oil and Gas and later with Beard Oil Company exploring the Anadarko Basin, the Ardmore Basin, the Mid-Continent of Kansas, eastern Oklahoma, the Arkoma Basin, and waterflood prospects in the Fort Worth Basin. Returning yet again to Dallas in 1990, Mr. Henry founded Old Aulacogen, LP, and became an independent/consulting geologist and remains so today. During the interval of 1994 to 2006, Mr. Henry’s participation in the oil and gas business was curtailed to some degree as he became the founder and principle partner in the Republic Of Texas Biker Rally, Inc., in Austin, a position from which he has retired in order to return to the oil and gas business. He is married to his first and only wife of six years and resides in Frisco, a suburb of far north Dallas.
Jennifer P. Pendarvis (EVP Charitable Events)
Education: Fort Walton Beach High School Graduated 1992 |Associate of Arts Degree from Pensacola Junior College in 1994 |Bachelor of Arts Degree for University of West Florida in 1996. A former project manager for the second largest industrial steel company in the U.S, CMC Steel, Mrs. Pendarvis possesses key experience in managing a project from its inception through its completion. These skills easily transfer to the type of projects being considered by Southlake Energy. While at CMC Steel, Jennifer worked on large retail development projects for such clients as WalMart, Lowes and Home Depot. Prior to obtaining the position of project manager, she held the position of Office Manager in the CMC Steel executive office in Destin, Florida. Jennifer’s previous corporate experience has prepared her well for her position of Corporate Secretary and Administrative Manager for Southlake Energy. Jennifer attended the University of West Florida and currently resides in Weatherford, Texas with her family.
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