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Mr. Robert L. Mitchell

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Vice President Of Technology

Email: r***@***.com
Local Address:  Fort Worth , Texas , United States
Bosque Systems , LLC
420 Throckmorton, STE 620
Ft Worth , Texas 76102
United States

Company Description: Bosque Systems is a diversified water management company serving the oil and natural gas industry. Bosque provides its services to and has contracts in place with...   more

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  • B.A. , Chemistry and Minor
    Old Dominion University
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Bosque Systems Management, 16 June 2015 [cached]
Robert Mitchell
Vice President of Technical Services and New Product Development
Mr. Mitchell has over 20 years experience in the oil and natural gas industry. Mr. Mitchell served in the United States Navy on board the USS Savannah. During his service, Mr. Mitchell handled the treatment and operations of 15 million gallons of jet propulsion fuel and oil. Mr. Mitchell holds a B.A. in Chemistry and Minor in Biology from Old Dominion University.
Prior to joining Bosque, Mr. Mitchell worked for Huntsman Polymer in Odessa, TX and BJ Uni-Chem/Baker Hughes in Fort Worth, TX. While at these companies, Mr. Mitchell was a Regional Engineer Manager responsible for chemical treatments in the field related to the entire life cycle of well completion and ongoing operations. Mr. Mitchell was responsible for the chemistry field processes offered to operators as well as bringing new technologies for water treatment to the company. Mr. Mitchell has worked on offshore locations as well as domestic and international regions for a variety of major oil and natural gas operators. Mr. Mitchell is a leader in chemical treatment programs for oil and natural gas operators and has the industry experience and knowledge to address any operators needs related to the entire process of well completion and delivery.
New Water Management Solutions Decrease Oil & Gas Impact in the Eagle Ford, 11 Mar 2013 [cached]
One technology employed by Bosque Systems, according to Robert Mitchell, is a mobile water recycling unit, which precipitates solids in the water and extracts them. He said Bosque has mobile units dedicated to different regions of the country, including the Permian Basin, the Mid-Continent, the Eagle Ford Shale in South Texas, and the Bakken Shale in North Dakota.
"Water from fracturing operations is exposed to millions of naturally occurring microbial contaminants which can cause souring; corrosion; plugging in pipelines and injection wells, pumps, and filters; and emulsion problems", said Robert Mitchell, director of technology for Bosque Systems. "Partnering with oil and gas operators, Bosque has identified a need for an environmentally safe, effective and cost-efficient solution for treating water being used for hydraulic fracturing", he continued.
Trans-Elect Development Company, LLC., 12 June 2014 [cached]
Robert L. Mitchell | Know More... Trans-Elect Development Company, LLC.
Trans-Elect Development Company, LLC.
Robert L. Mitchell : ( CEO )
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Mr. Mitchell initiated the formation of Trans-Elect in 1999 as a pioneer in the independent transmission business.
Mr. Mitchell comes to the electric industry with a diverse background in business and serving in high-level positions in the executive and legislative branches of state and federal governments. Most notably, he served as Chief of Staff to US Senator Mike Gravel of Alaska , was a President Carter appointee to the US Department of Agriculture and served in the cabinet of Michigan Governor James Blanchard. He co-founded the bi-partisan Political Leadership Program at Michigan State University . Mr. Mitchell has also formed and run business ventures in real estate, finance and energy.
He has served as Chairman of the Capital City Revitalization Task Force, member of the Council on Environmental Quality in Michigan. He has been a Rotarian and active member of the community serving on public education task force and in youth centered programs. Mr. Mitchell has served on the board of the California Foundation for the Economy and Environment.
News | Energy Investors Funds - News, 15 Sept 2003 [cached]
"We are excited for the people of California that this 12- to -15-year old problem that has meant higher energy cost to consumers is going to be fixed with completion of the line scheduled for November 2004," said Trans-Elect NTD's President and COO Bob Mitchell.
Mitchell also praised the California ISO Board, CAISO President and CEO Terry Winters and staff and Governor Gray Davis for support of the project.
MultexInvestor from, 18 Sept 2001 [cached]
The price tag nationwide will reach into the billions of dollars, said Robert Mitchell, Trans-Elect's executive vice president.So far, architects of the new system haven't come up with a clear plan for persuading investors to pony up those billions.
That's where the Path 15 project could establish an important precedent.Mitchell of Trans-Elect, which aims to become the largest transmission owner in the nation, termed Path 15 "the poster child" for advocates of transmission expansion.
Earlier efforts to upgrade Path 15 were derailed as shifting coalitions of regulators, utilities, municipal power systems and federal agencies failed to coalesce around plans and financing arrangements.
The current controversy centers on FERC's decision to allow Trans-Elect and PG&E to take extra profits from the project.Backers said premium profits, which would ultimately come out of the pockets of electricity users, are needed in order to reassure investors and lenders.
Trans-Elect got the go-ahead to collect a profit equal to 13.5 percent of its investment and operating costs.
Mitchell of Trans-Elect declined to comment on that estimate but pointed instead to an ISO study that concluded the project would likely pay for itself in four years.That study supported the project as a way to prevent gouging by power-plant owners.
Besides, Mitchell said, ratepayers would hardly notice the higher transmission costs after they were spread out among all the state's electricity users.The Path 15 upgrade will be "quite insignificant as an overall impact" on rates, he said.
But the PUC worried that the FERC might be heading in a dangerous direction."The implication that transmission projects henceforth will be built only if rate premiums are available portends ill for the future," the PUC said in a filing.
Mitchell predicted smooth sailing for the project."We do not believe there is a jurisdictional issue as it relates to Path 15," he said.Because Path 15 expansion was authorized by Congress in the 1980s, he added, "it really is not within (the PUC's) jurisdiction to (decide) that the project can go forward or not go forward."
And no matter what the judge decides, the PUC will side with Trans-Elect, Mitchell said."I've met with a majority of the PUC, who represent that view," he said.
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