Gravity is here to be a strong force in the industry.
When it comes to productive operations, some things remain the same: the need to maintain continuous service in the face of tight deadlines and limited resources, and the need to have a supply partner that’s always there when it counts.
Gravity is located in the major U.S. shale plays to be convenient and accessible to our customers.
Although we have a strong footprint in the Permian Basin, we are also extremely active in the Eagle Ford, Haynesville, Anadarko, DJ, Williston and Appalachian Basins.
We have 42 Gravity operations bases located strategically throughout the most active plays. Gravity is here to be the single-source solution to help operators run their wells continuously. We deliver a comprehensive suite of services through our operating segments: Water Solutions and Infrastructure, Power Generation and Infrastructure, Equipment Rental Solutions and Chemical Solutions.
Our company is committed to our customers.
Already, we have the deep resources and proven capabilities. Our employees are well-trained, passionate and customer-oriented. We’re growth-oriented, with financial flexibility and a well-capitalized and active customer base.
For decades our people have come through for our customers when it counts. We’re striving to be the force you can depend on - providing a variety of solutions to keep operations on track.
Our management team averages almost 30 years in the industry.
Gravity is under the leadership of a seasoned management team that knows how to succeed and is unafraid of finding new solutions.
Rob RicePresident & Chief Executive Officer
Before joining Gravity, Rob served as the Chief Operating Officer of Archrock and President of Exterran. Previously, Rob held various positions at Hanover, including Vice President, Gulf Coast Business Unit, Vice President, Health, Safety & Environmental, and Director of Corporate Development. Rob worked for Archrock and its predecessor entities, Exterran and Hanover, since 2002. Rob spent his earlier career in various roles at Enron and Panhandle Eastern. He holds an Electrical Engineering degree from Louisiana Tech University and served as a Flight Test Engineer in the US Air Force.
Troy Botts, Jr. Chief Operating Officer
Troy founded Globe Energy Services, L.L.C. in 2004 and served as its President and Chief Executive Officer. During his two decades in the industry, he previously held various senior management roles at Complete Services, Inc., including Executive Vice President.
Richard Robert Chief Financial Officer
Richard Robert joined Gravity as Chief Financial Officer with over thirty years of experience in accounting and finance. His previous post was as CFO at Vanguard Natural Resources, an independent exploration and production company focused in the United States, a position he held for over a decade. Mr. Robert has held various executive level accounting and finance positions with Arthur Anderson, Midcoast Energy Resources, Enbridge and Massey Energy Company.
Trace Hight Chief Commercial Officer - Water Infrastructure
Trace is responsible for market strategy, identifying opportunities, and overseeing execution of the company’s overall growth strategy for water infrastructure. Trace has extensive experience in business development for the produced water midstream segment of Oil & Gas. Prior to joining Gravity, he was Co-Founder & CEO of On Point Oilfield Holdings, which quickly grew into the largest produced water midstream operator in the Midland Basin and was acquired by Gravity in December of 2019. Trace was also previously an executive with The Banks Group and Capital Energy Advisors where he was involved in over 30 successful SWD transactions.
Mike SledgeVice President Sales & Marketing
Prior to his role as Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Mike held various positions in sales, operations, risk management and personnel management in his 33 year oilfield career.
Gravity’s employees are the pride of the industry.
Gravity’s people are among the best in the industry; highly skilled professionals who are rigorously trained and motivated to exceed customer expectations. We know the equipment and how to safely handle it, excel at finding new solutions that deliver efficiency, and take our jobs – and the results we achieve – seriously. To us, it’s not just a living; it’s a way of life. If we make a promise, we make good on it.
Safety is something we practice every day.
At Gravity, good safety practices are our top priority. Our commitment to safety has enabled us to obtain projects from industry leaders with some of the most demanding safety and operational requirements. Among the safety practices now in place are written standard operating procedures; our Stop Work Program, which empowers any employee to stop work if there is danger to themselves or others; our Safety Observation Program, which reinforces strong safety habits by observing employees during job duties and correcting any deficient behavior; monthly online safety training that must be completed by all employees; and our Job Safety Analysis Program, which requires all employees to complete a job safety analysis form before each task or delivery and at the end of every day.
Gold Shovel Standard (GSS) is a nonprofit organization committed to improving workforce and public safety and the integrity of buried infrastructure. GSS believes that greater transparency in all aspects of damage prevention among buried-asset operators, locators and excavators is essential to drive continuous improvement, and vital to increasingly safe working conditions and communities.
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