Leadership Team

Tracy Evans

Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Evans is a Founder of CapturePoint and has served as Chief Executive Officer since company inception. Under his guidance, CapturePoint is defining the leading edge of carbon management services and pioneering the creation of onshore deep underground carbon storage hubs in the United States.

During his career, Mr. Evans has been at the forefront of the CCUS frontier, leading several large-scale CO2-EOR and CO2 pipeline projects. At CapturePoint, he has built teams to identify the next generation of carbon storage sites and to assemble the financing and resources necessary to make permanent, safe CO2 storage a reality. He is a nationally recognized trailblazer in carbon management, and he maintains company relations with international, U.S., state, and local partners.

Mr. Evans was President and Chief Operating Officer of Denbury Resources (NYSE: DNR) from 1999-2011. Prior to Denbury, he held various management, technical, and operations positions with Matador Petroleum and Enserch Exploration. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Discovery Natural Resources, and past board appointments include Inventys (CO2 capture technology), Genesis Energy midstream services (NYSE: GEL), and Encore Energy (NYSE: ENP).

Mr. Evans holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Oklahoma and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from The University of Texas at Dallas.

Kris Roberson

Chief Operating Officer

Mr. Roberson directs CO2-EOR production, pipeline operations, and CCUS services as the Chief Operating Officer of CapturePoint. His duties also include oversight of safety and compliance teams and programs.

Prior to joining CapturePoint, Mr. Roberson served as Vice President of CCUS Operations at Denbury Inc. (NYSE: DEN), formerly Denbury Resources (NYSE: DNR).

Mr. Roberson has extensive experience in CO2 operations, joining Anadarko Petroleum in 2007 and moving to the Denbury organization in 2010, where he served in a number of different engineering, management, and technical lead roles with the sole focus of the transportation, injection and production of CO2.

Mr. Roberson earned a Bachelor of Science in Geological Engineering from the University of Mississippi and a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering from Louisiana State University. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Texas.

Breck Bash

Chief Commercial Officer

Mr. Bash serves as Chief Commercial Officer for CapturePoint, where he is primarily focused on corporate and business development and finance.

He previously served as Director, Finance at Lucid Energy Group, and he was on the Energy Investment Banking Team at Jefferies Group LLC. In a previous position, Mr. Bash led a low carbon team focused on developing and underwriting H2S and CO2 disposal projects. He has accumulated significant experience with more than $10 billion of M&A transactions and $4 billion of strategic debt and equity financings. 

Mr. Bash currently serves on the Advisory Council of The University of Texas McCombs KBH Energy Center, which seeks to be the pre-eminent energy initiative at the intersection of energy, business, law and policy.

Mr. Bash holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics with a focus on Finance from The University of Texas at Austin.

Sherry Tucker

Vice President —
Communications, Community Engagement and Government Relations

Ms. Tucker advances the acquisition and development of carbon management projects at CapturePoint, guiding public communications and directing community engagement and governmental relations.

Ms. Tucker has extensive experience in permitting, government approvals, legislative and community relations support for emerging clean energy technologies, enhanced oil recovery and other energy, environmental and real estate development projects.

She was previously a partner at McGuire Woods LLP, served as Assistant General Counsel in the U.S. Department of Energy, and as the Assistant Attorney General for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.

Ms. Tucker is currently a member of the White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) Carbon Dioxide Capture, Utilization, and Sequestration Federal Lands and Outer Continental Shelf Permitting Task Force. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law and her A.B. from Mount Holyoke College.

Cole Wright

Chief Development Officer

Mr. Wright serves as Chief Development Officer for CapturePoint, where his primary responsibilities include project development and construction of new CO2 capture facilities, pipelines, and sequestration sites.

Prior to joining CapturePoint, Mr. Wright served as Director of CCUS Commercial Development and Project Integration at Denbury Inc. (NYSE: DEN), formerly Denbury Resources (NYSE: DNR).

Mr. Wright has expansive experience in commercial development and project management at Denbury, as well as at Apache Corporation. He has served in various leadership roles for enhanced oil recovery projects, for surface infrastructure developments to support drilling programs in unconventional resource plays, and in developmental activities with responsibility for securing CO2 services agreements for transportation and sequestration of industrial emissions.

Mr. Wright earned his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Texas at Arlington.

Forrest Hudson

Chief Land & Legal Officer

As the Chief Land & Legal Officer for CapturePoint, Mr. Hudson’s responsibilities include all Land and Legal activities as well as oversight of the company’s Human Resources teams.

Mr. Hudson served as Assistant General Counsel and Director of Land at Denbury Inc. (NYSE: DEN) prior to joining CapturePoint. At Denbury he was primarily focused on Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Sequestration (CCUS) and CO2-EOR projects.

He joined the Denbury organization in 2006, initially handling oil and gas transactional work, title due diligence, and ROW (rights of way) acquisition. As he was promoted into senior leadership roles, Mr. Hudson led all of Denbury’s land operations and provided legal support and guidance on a variety of matters including CCUS, CO2-EOR, community outreach, and CO2 pipeline projects.

Mr. Hudson received his undergraduate degree from Mississippi Valley StateUniversity and his Juris Doctor from Mississippi College School of Law.