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15:10 – 16:10 Biomethane: Driving the Transport & Industrial Revolution


In 2009 Mr. Kailbourne Co- founded REV H2O, LLC a diversified fluids and services company targeting unconventional shale operations in the Marcellus and Williston Basins. He currently serves as the CEO of this holding company.

In 2012 Mr. Kailbourne co founded REV LNG, LLC.
REV LNG is a “Well to Wheel” distributor of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). REV LNG is an innovator is the supply chain management of LNG distribution via virtual pipeline applications. The Company’s Headquarters are in Ulysses, PA with operations nationally. In this role he is responsible for developing business strategy, sales and marketing plans, customer relations programs, customer value propositions and supply chain partners. Mr Kailbourne leads the REV LNG team in developing all facets of the logistical supply chain of sourcing, transporting and distributing LNG to domestic customers.

E. David Kailbourne has been involved in the investment and commodity industry since 1993 gaining significant experience in all phases with particular emphasis on institutional and proprietary trading while focusing on strategic investment analysis and portfolio management.

While Senior Vice President of Pension Financial/SAMCO, he also held the position of Senior Proprietary Trader and Portfolio Manager. In addition to the responsibilities inherent in the two positions, Mr. Kailbourne was involved in risk management and the capital markets desk’s strategic development. He had a very strong emphasis in energy and commodity trading specializing in natural gas and crude oil.

One of the first to see the potential of ETFs, Mr. Kailbourne successfully co founded HNP Capital Fund Management Group and served as the Portfolio manager to one of the only mutual funds in the country that only invested in ETF’s

He is a graduate of Bowling Green State University with a major in Political Science and a minor in Economics

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