Scott Williams

Executive Vice President
& 
Chief Commercial Officer

Scott Williams joined Caiman Energy in July 2012 and has 35 years of energy industry experience. He has held numerous operational, commercial and executive positions, and has worked in both domestic and international venues, including Asia, Europe and South America.

Prior to joining Caiman, Mr. Williams served as the President of TPF Gas Services, where he was responsible for the development and operation of the company and oversaw all of the day-to-day activities of a 225-mile intrastate gathering system in East Texas.

From 2002 to 2011, Mr. Williams worked for Crosstex Energy Services, where he served in numerous management roles and capacities and was, at various times, responsible for commercial services, contract administration, marketing and asset management of various midstream assets in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. He was named Senior Vice President of Commercial in 2008.

From 1996 to 2002, Mr. Williams was the Vice President of Commercial for Highland Energy Company, which was the premier producer services company of its time. Highland was a full-service commercial provider with activities including due diligence reviews, division order management and distribution of revenues, contract creation and negotiations, and marketing of natural gas, crude oil and NGLs.

From 1986 to 1996, Mr. Williams served in various commercial positions at Diamond Shamrock/Maxus Energy including Manager, Offshore Marketing, Director – Domestic Marketing and ultimately Director and Vice President of Worldwide Marketing and Gas Supply. He was responsible for the marketing of the company’s production in the U.S., South America and Indonesia and oversaw the activities and employees in various field offices in Quito, Ecuador, Singapore and Amarillo, Texas, as well as Dallas, Texas.

Mr. Williams is a graduate of New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico, where he earned a Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree in finance.