FORT WORTH, Texas, March 6, 2020 — CIG Logistics announced today David Nightingale as the organization’s Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Nightingale will succeed Jonathan Green, the company’s founder and previous CEO. After more than a decade of founding, growing and leading CIG Logistics, Mr. Green will transition into the role of chairman of the Board. Nightingale comes to CIG Logistics with an extensive 40-year career in the energy industry.
Schuyler Coppedge, Partner at Energy Capital Partners, commented, “We thank Jonathan for setting the foundation of success and are pleased to welcome David as the next CEO of CIG. With his distinguished track record of leadership and extensive relationships throughout the industry, we believe David is perfectly positioned to lead the Company through its next chapter of growth.”
Mr. Nightingale served as the Executive Vice President for Select Energy Services from 2017 – 2019. Prior to the merger with Select, Nightingale served as the Senior Vice President – Fluids Management, Executive Vice President – Water Management and Chief Operating Officer for Rockwater Energy Solutions.
Before joining Rockwater, he served as the President of I.E. Miller, a former subsidiary of Complete Production Services in Houston, Texas. Prior to his role in I.E. Miller, Mr. Nightingale was President of Hyland Energy Services, another Complete Production Services subsidiary. Prior to that, he spent over 25 years in a number of engineering and operating management roles at several energy and midstream companies.
David Nightingale, CIG’s Chief Executive Officer, further commented, “I am excited to join CIG, the leading team in vertically integrated sand logistics. We will continue the path Jonathan and his team have started and take our product offerings to the next level of Safety, Reliability, and Efficiency.”
Mr. Nightingale obtained his B.S. in Civil Engineering from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois and his MBA from the University of Houston.
About CIG Logistics
CIG Logistics is an independent provider of end-to-end proppant logistics solutions to leading oil and natural gas exploration and production companies, oilfield services and proppant producers. CIG’s logistics assets include 19 strategically located proppant and well consumable transload terminals and associated bulk storage silos across the most active oil and natural gas basins. In addition to its expansive transload network, CIG also owns and operates a modular fleet of patented high-capacity last mile logistics trailers, automated sand loading systems and mobile gravity fed containers used to efficiently store and deliver proppant at well sites under the SANDSTORM brand. Through CIG’s proprietary PropLogistics software, CIG is also able to offer its customers real-time end-to-end monitoring of their proppant supply chain.
SOURCE CIG Logistics