Patrick Myers joined Intensity Midstream in 2016 and serves as Executive Vice President of Project Management and Facility Engineering. Mr. Myers has over 25 years of industry experience with a proven track record of value creation through developing and operating midstream infrastructure to serve North America’s shale gas reserves.
Prior to joining Intensity through the combination of Intensity and Xplorer Midstream LLC in November 2016, Mr. Myers was Chief Operating Officer of Xplorer Midstream LLC. Previously, Mr. Myers served as general manager for Access Midstream where he led grassroots development and operation of the midstream infrastructure serving the Marcellus and Utica shale plays. He also held various positions with Columbia Gas Transmission, CDI engineering and the Research Triangle Institute.
Mr. Myers holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from West Virginia University and is a registered professional engineer in the State of West Virginia. Mr. Myers has served as a volunteer youth sports coach for over 10 years and is a former emergency medical technician and volunteer firefighter.
David Hall joined Intensity Midstream in April 2017 and serves as Senior Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer.
Prior to joining Intensity, Mr. Hall was Executive Director of Dillon International, an international adoption/family and children services agency. Mr. Hall previously served in a variety of accounting, financial and corporate development roles in the gas pipeline and processing industry, including VP Accounting & Finance, Caballo Energy; CFO, Atlas Pipeline Mid-Continent; and, CFO, Spectrum Field Services. Mr. Hall also held various accounting, finance and business development positions with ScissorTail Energy, Transok and Amoco Production Company.
Mr. Hall holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Oklahoma State University, an M.B.A. from the University of Tulsa, as well as C.P.A., C.M.A. and C.G.M.A. accounting designations. Mr. Hall currently serves on the board of Dillion International.
Clay Midkiff serves as Senior Vice President of Gas Processing, Engineering and Construction. Mr. Midkiff has more than 35 years of energy industry experience, primarily focused on the design, construction and operation of midstream assets.
Prior to joining Intensity Midstream through the combination of Intensity and Xplorer Midstream LLC in 2016, Mr. Midkiff was Senior Vice President of Engineering and Construction for Xplorer. He has also served as Senior Vice President of Engineering and Operations for Legion Services, LLC and as Vice President of Engineering and Construction for SandRidge Energy, Inc.
Mr. Midkiff holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Petroleum Engineering from Texas A&M University.
Kenton T. Bulson serves as the Vice President of Engineering and Development for Intensity Midstream. Mr. Bulson’sexperience spans multiple North American shale plays including the Marcellus, Utica, Bakken, and Woodford.
Prior to joining Intensity through its combination with Xplorer Midstream in November 2016, Mr. Bulson served as the Director of Engineering and Development of Xplorer since April 2014. Previously, Mr. Bulson held various engineering, operations, business development, and management positions at ConocoPhillips Pipeline Company, Chesapeake Energy, Access Midstream, and Hiland Crude.
Mr. Bulson holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University.
Mika Dick joined Intensity in January 2017 and serves as the Vice President of Natural Gas Products Scheduling & Marketing.
Prior to joining Intensity, Ms. Dick served as the Marketing Administrator for Ward Petroleum Corporation. Before working at Ward, Ms. Dick held various positions at Hiland Partners until Hiland’s acquisition by Kinder Morgan in 2015. Her latest role at Hiland was as Director of Product Sales, Scheduling & Contract Administration.
Ms. Dick holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Oklahoma State University.
Matthew Griffin serves as the Vice President of Midcontinent Business Development and has extensive experience in commercial development and mergers and acquisitions, as well as managing midstream engineering and construction projects.
Prior to joining Intensity through its combination with Xplorer Midstream in November 2016, Mr. Griffin served as the Director of Business Development of Xplorer since September 2014. Previously, Mr. Griffin served as the Manager of Business Development and Engineering for Access Midstream. Prior to Mr. Griffin’s role at Access Midstream (formerly Chesapeake Midstream Development), he served as engineering supervisor at ONEOK in its central Texas local distribution company.
Mr. Griffin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Oklahoma and an M.S. in Engineering Management from the University of Texas at Austin.
Jeremy Spalvieri joined Intensity Midstream in March 2017, and is the Vice President of Environment, Health and Safety. Mr. Spalvieri’s responsibilities include corporate strategy and compliance with federal and state environmental, safety, PSM and pipeline safety regulations.
Prior to joining Intensity, Mr. Spalvieri was the Corporate Safety Manager for The Williams Companies, Inc. following Williams’ merger with Access Midstream. At Williams, Access Midstream and Chesapeake Midstream, Mr. Spalvieri led several departments and integration efforts ranging from corporate safety & health, contractor safety, corporate process safety, EHS auditing and EHS systems, technologies & education. Prior to joining Chesapeake Midstream in 2010, Mr. Spalvieri spent two years in Chesapeake Energy’s corporate EHS department. Mr. Spalvieri’s career began in 2005 at the Oklahoma Department of Labor where he spent three years in the OSHA Consultation Division as a Safety Consultant.
Mr. Spalvieri holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Occupational Safety and Health from Southeastern Oklahoma State University. He enjoys coaching youth sports through the local YMCA, volunteering at Infant Crisis Services in Oklahoma City, is a Red Cross certified disaster assessment volunteer and has served in the local chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).