J. EDWIN LUBBERS
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Bulk petroleum transport and terminaling professional. 15+ years of safe and profitable leadership experience. Rigorously trained U.S. Navy Supply Corps Petroleum Logistics Specialist – 10 years of Supply Corps service. Proven record of focus on safety, efficiency and profit. Discerning aptitude for logistics improvements. Develop and implement innovative solutions ensuring process reliability and budget control. Confident in addressing boardroom executives; engaged and persuasive with middle managers and line employees. Conversant in several foreign languages including: Spanish, Italian and German.
P&L budgeting and Operations Management Supply Chain Management Contract Negotiations and Management Product Quality assurance Achievement by Teamwork Post Acquisition integration CAREER ACHIEVEMENTS
Project Leadership: Set up/carried out a revenue from waste project. Saved more than $5 million. (USN) Quality Control Lead: Spearheaded program to protect inventory value. Saved $1.4 million. (GM, Brownsville) Compliance Management: Eliminated tax risks. Prevented at least $600K in business tax (COO, Continuum). COMMERCIAL EXECUTIVE EXPERIENCE
Principal Partner; 5 E Enterprises, LLC (Worldwide) 2015 to present Maintenance Management System rebuild: ArcLight Capital Partners/Limetree Bay Terminals, USVI; Biodiesel Blending market development: National Biodiesel Board; Acquisition Due Diligence initiatives (production/transport assets): Bois D’Arc Partners.
Chief Operations Officer, Crude; Continuum Energy, LLC (Houston, TX) 2014 to 2015 Recruited to lead an expanded truck fleet, doubling by acquisition to 200 transport trucks. P&L responsibility for transport group: 100 truck rigs. Staff of 150. Developed acquisition/realignment of Crude Oil & NGL transport businesses in Texas and Oklahoma. After the acquisition foundered, I returned to the work of 5 E. Principal Partner; 5 E Enterprises, LLC (Worldwide) 2012 to 2014 Measurement process enhancement (receipts, stocks, sales): J.P. Energy; Acquisition transition service, Natural gas/Helium process plant: Castleton Commodities, Int’l; Truck fleet efficiency improvement: Pacer Energy. Vice President, Operations; Pacer Energy Marketing LLC (Tulsa, OK) 2011 to 2012 Directed safe and profitable operations of a transport fleet (70 trucks, 100 rail tank cars for a crude oil First Purchaser/marketer). P&L responsibility for $12 million in annual revenue. General Manager, Brownsville Complex; TransMontaigne Inc. (Brownsville, TX) 2010 to 2011 Invited back to TransMontaigne to lead a petrochemical terminal (112 bulk liquid tanks, 2.3MM barrels capacity) business turnaround. 65+ person staff. $20 million in annual revenue. Many HAZMAT products. Restored reliable operations. Teamwork with Corporate Bus. Dev. yielded $25 million investment by JV partner: PEMEX. Principal Partner; 5 E Enterprises, LLC (Worldwide) 2009 to 2010 Evaluated business processes as Senior Operations Consultant; HSB Solomon Associates LLC (Dallas, TX). Served Solomon client in Brazil. Defined Best Practices for risk and cost control. Vice President; Temple Mountain Energy, Inc. (Eagan, MN) 2003 to 2008 Negotiated LLC and partnership structures. Marketed and employed enhanced crude oil recovery methods (Trinidad, Wyoming, North Dakota). Developed bitumen markets for paving produced from Utah’s Asphalt Ridge oil sands. Director, Operations & Business Development; TransMontaigne Inc. (Atlanta, GA) 1999 to 2003 Led operations operations/maintenance for market support at 23 terminals: 12 with bulk chemicals or asphalt ops: barge, rail and or truck. Guided staff focus on safety and profit. Marketed terminal services. Captured new business
(rack blended premium diesel). Negotiated contracts, coordinated credit and, collected troubled account payments. District Manager, Chicago; TransMontaigne Transportation Services Inc. (Atlanta, GA) 1998 to 1999 Promoted after 1 year to Director of operations. Responsible for safe shipments of/on regional pipeline systems. Manager; Clark Refining and Marketing Inc. (Chicago, IL) 1993 to 1998 Manager: Quality, Ops and ultimately Business Development for 15 transloading terminals. Represented Clark on industry advocacy group (EPA Additive rule). Represented industry (NPRA) for federal IRS Rule hearings. U.S. NAVY SUPPLY CORPS EXPERIENCE
Assistant Supply Officer (LCDR); Naval Air Station Glenview (Glenview, IL) 1992 to 1993 Assigned to Warehouse and Fuels. Promoted to Director of Morale Welfare and Recreation Department Head. Served a community of 6,200 military customers. Operated an 18-hole golf course, 2 bars and 3 restaurants. Developed/executed a $2.8MM annual budget.
Fuels Officer (LCDR); NATO/Navy Fuel Depots (Naples, Italy) 1990 to 1992 Led operations for 9 military fuel depots. Managed $260MM in inventory, focus on strategic inventory amount, distribution and quality
Platform Manager, LHD-1 & Fleet Hospitals(LT); SPCC Mechanicsburg (Mechanicsburg, PA) 1986 to 1988 Coordinated identification of spare parts required for ships and systems. Ensured identified parts were fully cataloged and correctly stored. Verified loading of spare parts into designated warehouses/stores. Fuels & Supply Officer (LT); Naval Station, Panama Canal (Republic of Panama) 1983 to 1986 Directed maintenance and operations of 3 fuel farms, 2MM barrel storage facility with 6 grades of fuel. Staff of 150. Transferred to lead Warehousing, Food Service and Housing divisions. Warehouse with $750K inventory. Directed 9,000 tons of water/airborne cargo annually. $2MM in annual contracts as US Gov. Contract officer ($25K authority). Food Service: 400 meals served daily; $480K food stocks, $140K in cash accounts. Housing: Supervised operation of 13 barracks. AND “in my spare time” managed the school buses serving more than 10,000 military families. Supply Officer (LT); USS Robert A. Owens (DD-827) 1980 to 1982 Department Head for Finance/Accounting/Payroll, Stockroom, Food Services, Crew Services. laundry, barbershop. EDUCATION
Master of Science: Petroleum Management, The University of Kansas Competitively selected for U.S. Navy Scholarship. MBA Core/School of Petroleum Engineering joint enrollment. Petroleum Logistics Specialist Internship: Defense Fuel Support Point, Naval Supply Center San Diego. Bachelor of Science: Chemistry, Vanderbilt University Competitively selected for full scholarship yielding Commission as Officer, U.S. Navy Surface Line.