Tracy Evans serves as Chief Executive Officer of CapturePoint.
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.
Mr. Evans maintains relationships with local, state, and federal agencies and he has presented to the U.S. Senate Energy Committee on policy aspects of CO2 capture, transportation, and sequestration. Having been at the forefront of the CCUS frontier, during his career Mr. Evans has developed several large-scale CO2 EOR and CO2 pipeline projects in the U.S.
Mr. Evans serves on the Board of Directors of Discovery Natural Resources, and his past board appointments include Inventys (CO2 capture technology company), Genesis Energy (NYSE: GEL, midstream services), and Encore Energy (NYSE: ENP).
Mr. Evans holds a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering and a Masters of Business Administration.
Mr. Johnson serves as Chief Financial Officer of Capture Point.
Mr. Johnson is the Chief Financial Officer with over 30 years of diverse US and international experience in the Energy sector, including upstream, midstream, downstream, renewables and carbon capture and sequestration.
As a CPA, Mr. Johnson began his career in public accounting and was a Partner with Ernst & Young specializing in due diligence, corporate finance, valuation and Initial Public Offerings.
Mr. Johnson is a commercial and strategic CFO, adept at steering companies through periods of growth while maximizing shareholder return. His previous roles included working as a portfolio company CFO for global commodity traders Vitol and Trafigura.
Mr. Johnson graduated from Baylor University with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Information Systems.
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. Mr. Bash has experience with more than $10 billion of M&A transactions and $4 billion of strategic debt & equity financings.
Mr. Bash 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 in finance from The University of Texas.
Megan Davis serves as General Counsel and Secretary of CapturePoint.
Before CapturePoint, Ms. Davis served as General Counsel and Secretary of Primexx Energy Partners, Ltd., an oil and gas exploration and production company, and Vice President, Deputy General Counsel and Secretary of Summit Midstream Partners, LP (NYSE: SMLP), a publicly traded midstream company. Ms. Davis has more than 18 years of experience in the energy industry, including over nine years in the oil and gas sector. Ms. Davis previously worked as an attorney at the law firms of Vinson & Elkins and Hunton & Williams.
Ms. Davis holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Virginia and a Juris Doctor from Baylor University School of Law.
Mr. Sutherland has over 40 years of experience as a reservoir engineer including exploration through tertiary recovery, project design, unconventional resources, gas storage and new ventures.
Prior to joining CapturePoint, Mr. Sutherland worked at Denbury Resources, Encore Acquisition Company, Champlin/Union Pacific Resources and Southern California Gas Company where he held numerous engineering management and technical lead positions.
He previously served 10 years for the Society of Petroleum Engineers as a Professional Engineering Licensing exam author and grader as well as a University Accreditation (ABET) engineering program evaluator.
Mr. Sutherland holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Geological Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines and a Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering from University of Southern California.
Ms. Tucker facilitates services for acquisition and development of carbon sequestration projects, guiding public communications and directing community engagement and governmental relations.
Ms. Tucker has extensive experience in permitting, governmental approval, legislative and community relations support for emerging clean energy technologies, enhanced oil recovery and other energy, environmental and real estate development projects.
She previously served as a partner at McGuire Woods LLP, as Assistant General Counsel in the US Department of Energy, and as 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 School of Law and her A.B. from Mount Holyoke College.