Wednesday September 9, 2015 0 comments
DENVER -- EcoVapor Recovery Systems (ERS), a technology leader in the vapor recovery industry, announced the appointment of Dan Kelly to its board of directors.
ERS said Kelly joins the board at time of tremendous focus on vapor emissions in the oil-and-gas industry that presents a great opportunity for ERS to expand its footprint in the market.
“I am thrilled to have Dan joining us,” said Peter Mueller, ERS co-founder and CEO. “Dan knows EcoVapor’s systems having used our equipment while he was at Noble Energy. As a leader in environmentally sensitive oil -and-gas development and regulatory issues, Dan lends tremendous insight to helping develop our best-in-class vapor recovery units.”
Kelly joins the ERS board after retiring from Noble Energy and having held positions including VP of Noble’s flagship Wattenberg Business Unit, and VP of regional planning and strategy. Kelly has been involved with drilling, production and reservoir operations since 1982, when he graduated from the Colorado School of Mines with a BS in Petroleum Engineering. He began his career with Tenneco in Denver and has worked in more than 20 producing basins throughout the Western U.S.
“I have long admired ERS and their innovative approach to solving emissions challenges in the oilfield,” said Kelly. “ERS units have a clear technological advantage over other offerings in the market and are addressing an area of clear and increasing need to help operators stay in regulatory compliance and improve safety on tank batteries. I am excited to join such a capable team and contribute to its next phase of development.”
EcoVapor Recovery Systems was founded in 2010 to provide an innovative, reliable solution to economically control tank emissions at oil-and-gas production sites.