Enventure Names Kirk Heinritz VP of Corporate Strategy

Enventure Global Technology

Enventure Global Technology recently appointed Kirk Heinritz as vice president of corporate strategy and organizational development.

Heinritz, former vice president of human resources for Baker Hughes' INTEQ and Drilling Fluids Divisions, will support Enventure's global development as the company explores new markets for its solid expandable tubular (SET) products and services. He will be responsible for attracting, maintaining and motivating a global workforce in support of the desired organizational culture.

"Kirk's intuitive leadership and collective experience in human resources are assets to the Enventure team, as the company continues to experience rapid growth worldwide. We are fortunate to have his strategic abilities on the team and look forward to what he will bring to his role," said president and CEO Robert Hinkel.

Heinritz holds a bachelor's degree in business administration in industrial and labor relations from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and has attended graduate and leadership training at London School of Business, Stanford University, University of Pittsburgh and University of Evansville.

Prior to Baker Hughes, Heinritz spent 30 years with ConocoPhillips in various corporate and divisional human resource roles, and led the HR initiatives for the merger of Conoco and Phillips. Following the merger he was general manager, human resources for worldwide upstream operations.

Houston-based Enventure Global Technology, L.L.C., the world's leading provider of solid expandable tubular (SET) solutions for the energy industry, is owned by Shell Technology Ventures and Halliburton Energy Services. Organized in 1998, the company has a global presence with operations in North America, the Middle East, Asia Pacific, South America, Europe and the Far East.