Management Team

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VP of Engineering Dan Fink

Mr. Fink joined The E3 Company [TE3CO] earlier this year with 23 years of engineering, research and development and Engineering management experience. Mr. Fink earned a B.S. in Engineering from Penn State University in 1996, a M.S. degree in Engineering Management from Point Park University (2003), and a M.B.A. from Tarleton State University (2012). Prior to joining TE3CO, Dan held several leadership positions in his 23 year career as an Engineer, Sr. Engineer, Sr. Research and Development Engineer, and Engineering Supervisor with FMC / FMC Technologies. Mr. Fink’s experience ranges from custom made equipment, new product development of mechanical and electrical components and systems as well as market studies and commercialization planning. Mr. Fink holds numerous patents in oil field equipment, hydraulic fracturing equipment, oil processing, and system designs.

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VP of Operations Wade Pack

Mr. Pack joined The E3 Company in 2019 with 32 years of experience in the oil and gas manufacturing and service business. Prior to joining TE3CO Wade held several management positions with FMC Technologies and TechnipFMC. Most notably, He held base Service Manager positions in several locations across the US and then Regional Service Manager positions in both the Northern and Mid-Con regions for the business. In these positions Mr. Pack lead expansion efforts across the US along with business improvement initiatives that resulted in impressive growth and business success. Most recently, He was successful in creating and managing a comprehensive technical training program for field and shop technicians. Mr. Pack’s passion’s include personnel development, team building and process improvements.

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Director of Sales & Marketing Roy Irwin

Roy Irwin joined the E3 team in 2021 with 30 years of leadership and operational experience beginning in 1990 as an 18 year old Infantry private on a team in the U.S. Army Special Operations 1/75th Ranger Regiment, it was there that he learned how to take orders and it was there that he also learned what initiative, sound judgment, and good leadership should look like and how to bring those skills into day to day operations. Roy eventually took those skills out of the military and into the government sector working within the intelligence community, partnering with military units throughout the middle east to identify and eliminate insurgent strongholds. In 2011 Roy switched gears yet again and moved into the Oil and Gas industry and from 2011-2021 worked for Universal Well Services / Universal Pressure Pumping managing accounts and projects, identifying new technologies and working with E&Ps as well as vendors to develop scalable efficiencies and solutions within Frac operations using these technologies.