R360 Environmental Solutions, an oilfield environmental solutions company, has appointed energy industry veteran Frank Schageman as executive vice president (EVP) and chief financial officer (CFO). He will serve as the company’s most senior financial leader, managing all matters of financial strategy, governance, planning, reporting, record keeping and risk management.
Schageman joins the company from OFS Holdings, where he also held the CFO spot – responsible for all financial aspects, including the creation/acquisition, development and management of a multi-line oilfield service business. He also served a 16-year tenure with Wells Fargo in Houston – first as vice president and manager of the oilfield services and manufacturing team and energy group, and then as senior vice president (SVP) and regional manager of the company’s commercial banking group.
A high-profile financial leader in the energy industry, Schageman is a regular speaker at industry conferences and has served as a guest lecturer at the McCombs School at the University of Texas and the Mays School at Texas A&M University. He holds an MBA from the University of Texas.
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