Patrick A. Redalen joined Stonehenge Energy Resources, L.P. in 2010, and helped execute the successful Keystone Project. He now serves as President of Stonehenge Energy Resources II, L.P. In 2015 and 2017 respectively, Stonehenge Appalachia, LLC and Stonehenge Laurel Gathering, LLC were formed to gather and compress natural gas in western Pennsylvania.
Mr. Redalen has more than 30 years of experience in the petroleum industry. Prior to Stonehenge, he started and ran a consulting firm, Energy Business Solutions, LLC, for three years. He served five years, the last two as President, at Pearl Development Company, LLC, a midstream engineering firm, and 14 years at Conoco. His responsibilities spanned commercial, strategic planning and engineering aspects across the petroleum spectrum from wellhead to retail.
Mr. Redalen received his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Arkansas. He completed Conoco’s Management Development Program.
Charles E. Wilkinson joined Stonehenge Energy Resources, L.P. at its inception in 2008 and served as its President until 2015. Stonehenge developed and built Keystone Midstream Services, LLC which gathered and processed NGL-rich gas in Pennsylvania. Keystone was sold in 2012 for $512 million. Subsequently, Stonehenge Energy Resources II, L.P. was formed to develop new midstream projects in the Appalachian and Rocky Mountain regions. His current responsibilities include sourcing potential investments and developing new midstream projects, along with advising Stonehenge staff.
Mr. Wilkinson has more than 40 years of experience in the energy industry, primarily in the natural gas midstream sector. Prior to Stonehenge, he was with Enron Corporation for 23 years, and MidAmerican Energy Holdings Company for five years, in engineering, business development and asset management positions, involving a broad range of facilities including natural gas gathering, compression, dehydration, processing and treating; NGL transportation, fractionation and storage; interstate natural gas transportation and storage; and CO2 transportation.
Mr. Wilkinson began his career in 1975 with Black & Veatch Consulting Engineers, primarily designing civil and structural facilities for gas turbine and nuclear power plants and electrical transmission lines. He received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Nebraska and his M.B.A. from Houston Baptist University.
Heather A. Wilkinson joined Stonehenge Energy Resources II, L.P. in 2015. Her past responsibilities included project management for all Stonehenge construction projects, along with managing Stonehenge’s planning and land functions. Currently, she is developing new business around Stonehenge’s existing assets in western Pennsylvania as part of her responsibility for the Appalachia region.
Prior to joining Stonehenge, Ms. Wilkinson worked with Tetra Tech Rooney as a Project Engineer for the Sunoco Logistics Mariner East Phase I and Phase II Projects. She also worked as a Project Manager with Halker Consulting, LLC and as a Systems Engineer with Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company.
Ms. Wilkinson received her B.S. in Biological Systems Engineering, graduating with Honors, from the University of Nebraska in 1999. She was also certified as a Project Management Professional in 2013.
John J. Ha joined Stonehenge Energy Resources II, L.P. in 2018. He is responsible for sourcing potential investments and developing new midstream projects.
Mr. Ha has more than 20 years of experience in the energy industry, primarily in midstream businesses, both liquids and gas, including engineering, commercial and management responsibilities. Prior to Stonehenge, he served in a variety of leadership roles at Williams Companies, Tri-State Industrial Group and HRB Consultants.
Mr. Ha received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA from Oklahoma State University. He has a number of certifications, including Certified Reliability and Maintenance Professional.
Scott R. Casarez joined Stonehenge Energy Resources II, L.P. in 2018. He is responsible for the accounting and financial functions of Stonehenge.
Mr. Casarez began his career in public accounting, working at Hein & Associates LLP from 2009 to 2017, serving as a lead auditor for both publicly-traded and privately-held entities within the energy industry. Prior to joining Stonehenge, Mr. Casarez worked as a Senior Auditor for Trimble Inc.
Mr. Casarez earned a Master of Science in Business Administration in Financial Accounting from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2009. He has held his CPA license since 2010.
James E. Fleak joined Kahuna Ventures in 2008 and has served as its Director of Regulatory Compliance and also serves the same role for the Stonehenge companies.
Mr. Fleak has more than 35 years of experience in the energy industry, primarily in the natural gas midstream and transmission sectors, as well as electric power generation and distribution. Prior to Kahuna, he was with Dominion Resources for three years; Southern Union’s Florida Gas Transmission and MidAmerican Energy’s Northern Natural Gas for four years, all part of the former Enron holdings; Western Gas Resources for six years; Compliance Partners, EnecoTech and RMT, Inc. consulting firms for a combined 10 years; and Florida Power & Light for six years. He performed environmental, engineering design and energy management tasks involving various commercial and industrial operations and start-ups.
Mr. Fleak received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech University in 1982. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Colorado and Virginia. He has also obtained certifications for asbestos management and hazardous waste operations.