Harry Quarls

Chairman, Board of Directors

Mr. Harry Quarls brings over 40 years of energy experience to the ESS Board of Directors. His extensive background spans financial, transactional and other energy investing responsibilities. Over his long and storied career, Quarls served as managing director at Global Infrastructure Partners, leading their efforts in North American energy midstream investments, and as practice leader for global energy as well as a member of the board of directors at Booz & Company. He currently serves as chairman of the board for Key Energy Services, Mesquite Energy and CHC Helicopter and has previously served on the boards of a number of private and publicly traded energy companies.

Mr. Quarls holds BS and ScM degrees in Chemical Engineering from Tulane University and MIT, respectively. He also holds an MBA from Stanford University.

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