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Mr. Paul DeWeese

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Chief Executive Officer

Phone: (713) ***-****  HQ Phone
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Southwest Oilfield Products Inc.
10340 Wallisville Road
Houston, Texas 77013
United States

Company Description: Southwest Oilfield Products, Inc. is committed to delivering the highest quality products, on time, and creating positive significant impacts on our customers'...   more
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  • MBA
    University of Michigan
  • Bachelor , Business Administration
    Regis University
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There are a number of far-reaching ...
www.boyarmiller.com, 17 Mar 2014 [cached]
There are a number of far-reaching benefits to growth in U.S. natural gas production, as cited by panelists David Pursell, Managing Director of Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co.; Thomas Bates, board member of several oil and gas companies and adjunct profession of energy macroeconomics at Texas Christian University; and Paul DeWeese, Chief Executive Officer of Southwest Oilfield Products.
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DeWeese described a renaissance in technology to sustain the needs of the oil and gas industry and said that companies that don't keep up with the technology curve will struggle.
"There is a real shift in drilling technology because there are fewer rigs, drilling more feet and discovering more oil and gas," said DeWeese. "Drilling contractors are doing a great job with advances in pad drilling, walking rigs and the ability to drill faster and be more efficient."
While DeWeese cited some positive trends in offshore drilling activity, he is cautious about whether it will continue because the economics of oil and gas shale are more favorable.
From a manufacturer's perspective, DeWeese added that competition from U.S.-based companies manufacturing products in China puts pressure on his company, and others, to stay competitive.
"Just six years ago it was more cumbersome to get Chinese-made products on rigs or well-service equipment into Louisiana or Texas. That has changed and there is greater acceptance of those products from China and other low-cost countries like India and Romania at a time when U.S. overhead costs are increasing for materials, labor, healthcare and more," said DeWeese.
He said positive market trends include strong activity for North American drilling contractors, and increased activity in the Middle East and Asia that will continue in the near term. "The offshore market is strong right now and we expect that will decrease over time," said DeWeese.
Additional trends to watch, according to DeWeese, include the oversupply situation for U.S. fracturing which is resulting in increased pricing pressure and the changes in Mexico with energy reform that will allow investors from outside the country to partner with PEMEX. Also, he said U.S. manufacturers could be negatively impacted by the struggles in Venezuela, Argentina, North Africa and Russia.
The biggest challenge for industry is a lot closer to home, said DeWeese. He reinforced earlier themes about the need for talent in the industry.
About Us—Southwest Oilfield Products, Inc.
www.swoil.com, 8 Mar 2014 [cached]
Paul DeWeese
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Paul DeWeese - President, Chief Executive Officer Paul DeWeese has worked extensively in the area of oilfield services and manufacturing, where he spent 13 years with Cameron International, subsequently as President of the Automatic Welding division of CRC-Evans International, and most recently was the Chief Executive Officer of Socotherm Group, a premier offshore focused provider of oil and gas pipeline coatings and weighting systems.
Mr. DeWeese spent four years in the Aviation branch of the U.S. Army. He also has a Bachelor's of Science in Business Administration from Regis University, and an MBA from the University of Michigan.
Fracturing, Natural Gas Production Benefit U.S. Industrial Sector Cite Experts at the BoyarMiller Energy Forum | Houston Law Firm | BoyarMillerHouston Law Firm | BoyarMiller
www.boyarmiller.com, 14 Mar 2014 [cached]
Chris Hanslik and Bill Boyar with panelists Paul DeWeese, David Pursell and Thomas Bates from the 2014 Energy Breakfast Forum.
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There are a number of far-reaching benefits to growth in U.S. natural gas production, as cited by panelists David Pursell, Managing Director of Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co.; Thomas Bates, board member of several oil and gas companies and adjunct profession of energy macroeconomics at Texas Christian University; and Paul DeWeese, Chief Executive Officer of Southwest Oilfield Products.
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DeWeese described a renaissance in technology to sustain the needs of the oil and gas industry and said that companies that don't keep up with the technology curve will struggle. "There is a real shift in drilling technology because there are fewer rigs, drilling more feet and discovering more oil and gas," said DeWeese. "Drilling contractors are doing a great job with advances in pad drilling, walking rigs and the ability to drill faster and be more efficient. While DeWeese cited some positive trends in offshore drilling activity, he is cautious about whether it will continue because the economics of oil and gas shale are more favorable. From a manufacturer's perspective, DeWeese added that competition from U.S.-based companies manufacturing products in China puts pressure on his company, and others, to stay competitive. "Just six years ago it was more cumbersome to get Chinese-made products on rigs or well-service equipment into Louisiana or Texas. That has changed and there is greater acceptance of those products from China and other low-cost countries like India and Romania at a time when U.S. overhead costs are increasing for materials, labor, healthcare and more," said DeWeese. He said positive market trends include strong activity for North American drilling contractors, and increased activity in the Middle East and Asia that will continue in the near term. "The offshore market is strong right now and we expect that will decrease over time," said DeWeese. Additional trends to watch, according to DeWeese, include the oversupply situation for U.S. fracturing which is resulting in increased pricing pressure and the changes in Mexico with energy reform that will allow investors from outside the country to partner with PEMEX. Also, he said U.S. manufacturers could be negatively impacted by the struggles in Venezuela, Argentina, North Africa and Russia. The biggest challenge for industry is a lot closer to home, said DeWeese. He reinforced earlier themes about the need for talent in the industry.
Breakfast Forum: Perspectives on the Energy Industry 2014 | Houston Law Firm | BoyarMillerHouston Law Firm | BoyarMiller
www.boyarmiller.com, 11 Mar 2014 [cached]
Speakers included: David Pursell with Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co.; Thomas Bates, Board Member on various corporate boards; and Paul DeWeese with Southwest Oilfield Products.
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Chris Hanslik and Bill Boyar with panelists Paul DeWeese, David Pursell and Thomas Bates from the 2014 Energy Breakfast Forum.
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Paul DeWeese Global Markets
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Paul DeWeese, Chief Executive Officer Southwest Oilfield Products
Global Markets - A Manufacturer's Perspective
Paul has over 18 years' experience in the oil and gas field services industry where he has experience running both public and private equity backed companies, which were domestic and internationally headquartered. Currently, Paul is CEO for Southwest OIlfield Products (formerly named Global Energy Services). Southwest Oilfield Products is a domestic, US based, industry leader that provides hydraulic fracturing equipment, nitrogen and coil tubing units and other well service equipment and pumps from their plant in Fort Worth, as well as mud pump fluid ends and mud pump consumables for the drilling, oil and gas industry from their main factory in Houston. Southwest Oilfield Products is a global leader of pump and well service equipment products, and an OEM manufacturer of frac pumps, and mud pump fluid ends and consumables. Prior to Southwest Oilfield Products, Paul led Socotherm Group as CEO; he led a global division that specializes in automatic welding for CRC-Evans, a Stanley Black & Decker company; and started his oil and gas career with Cameron International, where he spent 13 years. Paul holds a Bachelor in Business Administration from Regis University and an MBA from the University of Michigan.
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www.boyarmiller.com, 11 Mar 2014 [cached]
Speakers included: David Pursell with Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co.; Thomas Bates, Board Member on several corporate boards; and Paul DeWeese with Southwest Oilfield Products.
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