Greene’s Energy Group names Hatcher VP

Greene's Energy Group

Greene’s Energy Group LLC (GEG), a provider of integrated testing, rentals and specialty services, has named Terry Hatcher vice president of human resources.

Terry Hatcher Based in Houston, Hatcher will be responsible for strategic human resource planning, employee relations, and benefits and compensation design.

Hatcher has more than 25 years of human resource experience and specializes in mergers and acquisitions. He previously served in the same position for Stewart & Stevenson, Weatherford Global Compression Services and AppleTree Markets Inc. He was also the director of human resources for the Oil & Gas Division of General Electric Co.

Hatcher earned a bachelor’s degree in human resources and a master’s degree in psychology from Texas A&M University – Commerce. He also has a Senior Human Resource Professional certification.  Additionally, he maintains an active membership in the American Society of Training and Development and is a board member of HR Houston.

Greene’s Energy Group is a provider of integrated testing, rentals and specialty services for drilling, completion, production & pipeline operations. Greene’s has more than 50 bases of operation in every major market in the world with corporate headquarters in Houston and operations headquarters in Lafayette, La.

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