“Trimeteor is committed to providing a technological solution to the obstacles encountered in the extraction of heavy oil and increasing production of marginal and stripper wells. The industry has long sought a low cost, efficient means to tackle these two areas and we believe Trimeteor’s patented Superheated Steam Supply System, the QUAD-‐S, will set the standard and become the dominant technology for the development of heavy oil reserves and revitalization of marginal fields. We have accepted the challenge to capture and tame this very lucrative market, and move America closer to achieving energy independence.” Richard B. Graibus CEO
Richard B. Graibus
Chief Executive Officer | Chairman of the Board
Since inception to present, Mr. Graibus has been instrumental in the design, manufacturing, and testing of Trimeteor’s Quad-S technology. He is a member of the design team and a co-inventor. Mr. Graibus has over thirty years of experience in investment banking, mergers and acquisitions, as well as corporate and private finance. He has raised monies in equity and debt financing for such diverse industries as energy, minerals, insurance, banking, high tech, gaming, and consumer goods. Mr. Graibus has consulted with numerous start-up companies over the years and has held several positions as Chairman, President, CEO, COO, and CFO. His hands-on knowledge of the oil and gas industry comes from his employment with Exeter Drilling Company.
Richard W. Harris
Executive Vice President Finance & Business Development
Mr. Harris has over 35 years of business experience in technology, financing, sales & marketing, distribution as well as private and public company development and management experience. Having grown up in the oil industry in Calgary Alberta he has a broad knowledge of the industry and the current EOR technologies employed. Mr. Harris has been consulting with a wide variety of financial and technical companies for decades and brings a wealth of International Contacts.
Senior Vice President | Finance
Mr. Rafael Scolari brings twenty plus years of finance experience, having managed portfolios with AUM of $1.8 billion, in addition to management experience in both large corporate settings and smaller start-up ventures. He has also managed portfolios that focus on mergers, acquisitions, buyouts and restructurings. Mr. Scolari has an MBA in Finance and Marketing from UCLA and a BS degree in Political Science with a minor in Physics from UCSD. He has also studied at the University Of Bordeaux, France and is fluent in both Spanish and French. Some of the many positions that Mr. Scolari has held include: President; Sterling Asset Management, Portfolio Manager/SVP; Morgan Stanley/Dean Witter, Portfolio Manager/SVP; Allstate Insurance Company, Portfolio Manager/VP; Sun America and Broad Inc. among others. As President, SVP and Portfolio Manager, he has managed portfolios that included over 200 individual investments, spread out over 20 industry sectors. He has built and managed Structured Products such as CLO’s and other multi-tiered products with combined assets of over $1 billion. Mr. Scolari was actively involved in the rating of these assets by Standard and Poor’s and Fitch, marketing these assets domestically and internationally to institutional investors.
Dennis K. Williams, PhD., PE
Senior Vice President | Chief Technical Officer
Dr. Williams brings more than 38 years of experience in the design, analysis, fabrication, and failure analysis of pressure vessels and piping utilized in the power, petro-chemical, and process industries. His formal education and training in the applied mechanics of plates and shells is exemplified in over 75 peer reviewed publications and international conference proceedings. Dr. Williams is an ASME Fellow and has served multiple terms as an Associate Editor of the ASME Journal of Pressure Vessel Technology and has been an active member of the Pressure Vessels and Piping Division of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers for over 30 years. Dr. Williams has served as the Chairman of the Design and Analysis Technical Committee, Chairman of the Honors Committee, and as a member of the Executive Committee of the ASME PVP Division. During his career, Dr. Williams was previously associated with the Babcock and Wilcox Company, General Electric (in the Navy Nuclear Program), NuScale Power, Allegheny Ludlum Industries, and Sharoden Engineering Consultants, P.A. In addition, he has consulted with major international corporations including the Union Carbide Corporation (Dow Chemical), Syncrude, Suncor, Colt Engineering (Worley Parsons), and a host of North American electric utilities and petro-chemical owners.
Senior Vice President | Chief Operating Officer
Mr. Molina has over 40 years of international and domestic business experience. His experience in International Project Management and Global Business Development span 30 years with Procter & Gamble and GE Aviation, respectively. Before joining Trimeteor, Mr. Molina was President of Nikkiso Cryo Inc., where he built a world class Cryogenic Pump Assembly and Test facility in Las Vegas, once a distant third in capability and market share, into number one. He also served as Vice President of NPA, and board member of Microtrac Inc. (both Nikkiso US subsidiaries).
C. Thomas “Tom” McCullough
Senior Vice President | Chief Financial Officer
From 2009 through the present, Mr. McCullough has been instrumental in the design, manufacturing and testing of Trimeteor’s Quad-S technology. He is a member of Trimeteor’s design team and a co-inventor. Mr. McCullough started his career as a CPA in a Big 10 public accounting firm. He has he held positions in both accounting and operations in manufacturing companies for the last 20 years. Mr. McCullough has worked in both start up and established companies. He has extensive international operational experience having been responsible for operations in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Chile, Ireland and Germany. In his last position as COO for a publicly traded manufacturing company, Mr. McCullough was responsible for operations employing 1,000 people in the USA, France, and Mexico.
Vice President | Business Development
Ed Reiner has been involved with many facets of the financial services industry over the past 30 years. Formerly a Regional Vice President of Broker’s International Ltd., one of the largest insurance marketing companies in the U.S., he was responsible for the creation and private labeling of the “Senior Wealth & Senior Asset Protector”, a single-pay life insurance policy underwritten by American Investors Life of Topeka, Kansas. In 1990, he was responsible for working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and its regional head from St. Louis, Missouri, to expose one of the largest ponzi schemes perpetrated (at that time) of over $100 Million Dollars. From 1995 thru 1999, he raised over $50 Million Dollars to help fund Collect America, Ltd. of Denver, Colorado, an accounts receivable management company. In 2007 Collect America sold for over $300 Million Dollars. In 2000 he became the founder/owner of ARS Recovery Services which he sold in 2009. In addition to accepting the position of VP of Business Development with Trimeteor, he is also the President of Y2Payment Systems, a merchant account services company.