Board of Directors

Peter Bernard

Peter Bernard

Chairman of the Board

Read Bio
Doug Musicaro

Doug Musicaro

Principal, Warburg Pincus

Read Bio
John A. Holland

John A. Holland

Managing Director, Warburg Pincus

Read Bio
Mike Reeves

Mike Reeves

Executive Director, President & CEO

Read Bio
Margaret Dorman

Margaret Dorman

Independent Director, Board Member and Finance & Audit Committee Chairperson

Read Bio
Steve Newman

Steve Newman

Independent Director and Board Member

Read Bio
Jim Renfroe

Jim Renfroe

Independent Director and Board Member

Read Bio

Peter Bernard

Chairman of the Board

Peter Bernard has served as a member of the US Silica Board (SLCA) since May 2012. Mr. Bernard has served as Executive Chairman of C&C Reservoirs since Sept. 2014. He has worked as a consultant to Warburg Pincus since June 2014. He has served as an Independent director for RS Energy since February 2016. In addition, he has served as Chairman of Tendeka from January 2011- August 2016; as a consultant to Kenda Capital, from September 2010-February 2016; and as managing member and owner of Pinion Energy Consulting, LLC, since July 2009. From October 2010 until November 2014, Mr. Bernard served as Executive Chairman of Zeitecs, a specialized artificial lift technology company. Mr. Bernard served in various roles of increasing responsibility and seniority at Halliburton Company until his retirement in December 2008, including as a member of the Executive Committee from 2007 until December 2008 and as Senior Vice President of Business Development and Marketing from 2006 to April 2008. Additionally he served as President and CEO of Landmark Graphics from 2004 to 2006. Mr. Bernard received his Master in Business Administration in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

Doug Musicaro

Principal, Warburg Pincus

Doug Musicaro is based in New York and joined Warburg Pincus in 2015. Previously, he worked at First Reserve focusing on energy investments. Prior to that, he worked in the Natural Resources group at Goldman Sachs. He currently serves as a Director of Terra and Conquest and also works with Rubicon and Hawkwood. Mr. Musicaro received a B.A. in Government and Economics from Georgetown University, and an M.B.A. from Columbia Business School. He is a Director of Terra Energy, and also works with Hawkwood and Rubicon Oilfield International.

John A. Holland

Managing Director, Warburg Pincus

John A. Holland joined Warburg Pincus in 2010 and is based in New York, where he focuses on investments in the energy sector. Previously, he worked as an investment professional at GTCR and as an analyst at UBS Investment Bank. He is a director of Hawkwood Energy and Conquest Completion Services. He has previously collaborated with Brigham Resources, Laredo Petroleum and Targa Resources.  Mr. Holland holds an A.B. in economics with honors from the University of Chicago and a Master in Business Administration from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Mike Reeves

Executive Director, President & CEO

Mike Reeves co-founded Rubicon in 2015. He is focused on leading organic and acquisition-driven growth, building an extraordinary, high-integrity team and delivering superior value for customers, employees and investors.

He is a high-energy, entrepreneurial executive with over 20 years of domestic and international leadership experience within the public and private upstream oilfield product and service organization. After graduating from Imperial College London with an engineering degree in 1994, Mike started his oilfield career as a wellsite MWD/LWD/DD engineer.

The first 16 years of his career were split between Schlumberger and NOV, leading progressively larger businesses while living and working in the Middle East, Europe and North America. In the years since, Mike has led various private equity-backed businesses, including serving as the CEO of XACT Downhole Telemetry and Varel International Energy Services and is a member of the PESA Advisory Board. Mike is married, lives in Houston and is an avid runner and triathlete.

Margaret Dorman

Independent Director, Board Member and Finance & Audit Committee Chairperson

Ms. Dorman was elected to Rubicon’s Board of Directors in August 2018 and is a member of the Compensation Committee and Chair of the Finance and Audit Committee. She has over 30 years of experience in the energy industry, largely focused in the oilfield service and equipment sector. In 2009, she retired as the Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of Smith International, Inc. after spending more than a decade in that role during a period of significant growth for the company. Ms. Dorman has experience directing financial accounting functions, building banking relationships, structuring debt and equity financing, integrating acquisitions and interacting with shareholders as the lead investor relations executive. Previously, she held management positions at Landmark Graphics, prior to its acquisition by Halliburton Corporation, and Ernst & Young.

Ms. Dorman has served as an independent director of EQT Corporation since January 2012, where she is a member of the Audit Committee. She was previously an independent director of Hanover Compressor from February 2004 through the date of the Exterran Holdings merger in August 2007.

Ms. Dorman is a certified public accountant and a member of Financial Executives International. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics-Business from Hendrix College.

Steve Newman

Independent Director and Board Member

Mr. Newman brings more than 25 years of experience in the energy industry. From 2010 to 2015, he was President & CEO and a member of the Board of Directors of Transocean, one of the world’s largest offshore contract drillers. Mr. Newman is an Independent Director and Board member of Dril-Quip, a leading manufacturer of highly engineered products for the offshore oil and gas industry, and SNC-Lavalin, a Montreal-based EPC and Infrastructure company. He brings direct international experience in the global marketplace – from the highly regulated deepwater Gulf of Mexico, to the harsh environments of the North Sea and Norway, to the emerging markets in Africa and the Far East – as well as a broad understanding of international oil companies, national oil companies and independents, and the cyclical and capital intensive nature of the energy industry.

Mr. Newman is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers, the Institute of Corporate Directors (Canada) and the National Association of Corporate Directors (US). He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree with high scholastic honors from the Colorado School of Mines, and a Master in Business Administration from Harvard Graduate School of Business.

Jim Renfroe

Independent Director and Board Member

Mr. Renfroe has over 45 years’ experience in the global oilfield services industry. His experience began with a thirty-three year career at Halliburton, where he was a senior executive for over eleven years. The Halliburton career became a platform for global operational and sales experience, including M&A, as well as was involved in all major organizational changes through the industry cycles. In 2007 Mr. Renfroe left Halliburton and was appointed as CEO of Wood Group’s Well Services Division. He levered his previous experience at Halliburton and successfully guided the WG division through the industry downturn in 2008-9. He and the team at Wood Group dramatically improved the financial performance of WG Well Services and in 2011 Mr. Renfroe led the divestiture process and subsequent sale to GE for $2.8 billion. He remained as strategic advisor to GE Oil and Gas until late 2012, when he joined the board at Expro Group as an independent director. He also became an independent director at Xtreme Drilling in 2013. 

Mr. Renfroe was appointed Chairman of Expro Group in May 2017.

Mr. Renfroe is a member of the Society of Petroleum of Engineers, holds a BBS degree from the University of North Texas, and completed the AMP at Harvard in 2006. He also holds five patents.