USA: EDS Appoints New Area Operations Manager – Wyoming

USA EDS Appoints New Area Operations Manager – Wyoming

Environmental Drilling Solutions, LLC, (EDS), a leader in solids control, cuttings processing and zero discharge services, has named Jason Knowles Area Operations Manager – Wyoming, announced EDS President Chad Hollier.

Knowles rejoins EDS from Performance Fluids Management where he served as a Field Supervisor. He was previously employed with EDS as Mid-Continent Operations Manager where he directed field sales and special projects. He gained additional management experience through Baker Hughes where he managed mid-continent projects for the company as Senior Logistics Coordinator.

“Jason has created a name for himself in the oil and gas industry through hard-work and personal experience,” said Hollier. “He will bring a positive level of leadership and motivation to EDS.”

Knowles has completed coursework in mechanical engineering through Oklahoma City Community College. Additionally he has earned college hours in industrial electronics and pre-engineering courses.

Environmental Drilling Solutions is a leader in innovative rig site solutions for cuttings, drying, solids control and zero discharge technology for land and offshore drilling applications.

Subsea World News Staff , May 25, 2012;  Image: EDS

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