Kevin Venturini serves Clearfork Midstream as the company’s executive vice president, strategy. Mr. Venturini brings Clearfork more than 15 years of oil and gas industry experience specializing in analysis, design, and implementation of highly complex business transformation programs. His expertise spans delivery, program management, commercial development, people, and business strategy.
Kevin has worked for large and small management consulting firms including as co-founder and partner of BridgeOne LLC, where he led, supported, or co-created all elements of firm start-up including ethos, branding, marketing, infrastructure, business development, account strategy, overall business strategy, recruitment, project quality, and project delivery. His clients range from global, supermajor energy firms to smaller, private equity-backed specialty chemical companies.
His career highlights include:
- Lead analyst and designer of a global operations management operating system (MOS) utilized to drive return on capital employed (ROCE) across downstream business unit. Following a multi-billion-dollar acquisition, he created and implemented a MOS of hierarchical metrics to measure KPIs for operations, maintenance, and finance to facilitate business turnaround. Overall results for downstream included increase from 1% ROCE to 27% over duration of project and improvement from $6 MM to $230+ million in operating income.
- Overall program manager advising a supermajor upstream client to develop an integrated planning program from pre-spud through post-put-on-production activities in unconventional shale, which resulted in a 40% reduction in cycle time, significantly accelerating returns on an approximately $2.7 billion in annual capital spend.
- Lead partner advising executive team on comprehensive approach to overall business readiness for end-to-end company start-up executing over $200 million in capital spend.
- Project manager for new shut-down ramp-up processes for (at the time) the largest deepwater asset in the Gulf of Mexico, ultimately resulting in a 50% reduction of ramp-up time yielding over 500,000 BOE in additional production for each full shutdown.
Mr. Venturini earned an MBA from Texas A&M University and Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from Mississippi State University.