Reed Cagle Male • United States of America
Reed Cagle was born and raised in Clarksville, Texas, in 1962. Mr. Cagle has been married to his wife, Donna, for about 30 years. From 1999 until 2017, they lived in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with their son, before returning to Plano, Texas, in 2018. Reed Cagle has spent the last 35 years working in various aspects of the energy business.
Reed Cagle started as an associate with Kinlaw Oil Corporation in 1986. He left in 1996 to help build a tiny independent energy company in Dallas, Texas. Reed Cagle started Heartland Energy, Inc. in 1997, which later became HEI, and served as President and CEO. He sought the assistance of operators, drilling contractors, geophysicists, engineers, service firms, and a wide variety of energy sector skills, following the advice of joint venture partners. Reed Cagle began his career in the drilling service industry in 2006, funding and building a 2000 horsepower drilling rig capable of drilling depths of up to 20,000 feet.
In 2011, Mr. Cagle began working in the mining industry in the United States and South America. He bought a mining property in Oregon that produced around 89,000 ounces of gold. In Copiapo, Chile, he was involved in the fundraising and day-to-day management of a copper and gold processing facility. He devised a patented process for eliminating and neutralizing harmful chemicals from liquids while recovering precious metals as a consequence of his mining expertise. This technique is being used in Copiapo and has potential applications in the mining industry across the world.
After returning to Texas, Reed Cagle began counseling a number of small independent oil enterprises, utilizing his years of experience to simplify operations and steer his clients towards lower risk horizontal opportunities in Colorado and Texas. In addition to his oil and gas businesses, he consults with a significant commercial landscaping company in East and Central Texas.
Reed spends his spare time fishing, hunting, cycling, and hiking.
He was out on the golf course with his kid.