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Cody Davis

Cody Davis serves as Chief Executive Officer of GeoComp Energy, LLC.  

Headquartered in Austin, Texas, GeoComp was founded in 1998, and acquired by Mr. Davis in 2014.  Mr. Davis was raised in the oil and gas producing region around Elk City, Oklahoma.  A third generation oilman, Mr. Davis has fond memories of accompanying his grandfathers to Oklahoma well sights as a youngster.  His love for the oilfield industry was generated through family influence, and resulted in Davis becoming an oil and gas executive approximately one decade ago.  During that time, Mr. Davis has been instrumental in developing successful exploration companies responsible for drilling, completing, and producing oil and natural gas wells.  Mr. Davis currently resides in Austin, Texas. His outside activities include involvement with The Vistage Group, a CEO based mentoring and personal development organization, golfing, boating, and hunting.

Associated email address:
 cody.davis@geocompenergy.com

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Today, record oil and natural gas production is revolutionizing the United States’ energy position and altering the geopolitical spectrum. The U.S. is now the fastest growing producer of oil and natural gas and is on pace to pass Russia as the world’s largest energy producer. In just five years, fracking, horizontal drilling, and the...Full Article »
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The world’s population is expected to increase by more than 25 percent from 2010 to 2040 and reach nearly 9 billion people. During this timeframe, global electricity demand is expected to grow by 85 percent....Full Article »
According to a new study, geography plays an essential role in upward income mobility in the United States. The Equality of Opportunity Project recently determined that children raised in a lower income household have a better chance of climbing the social stratification ladder and becoming a top quintile earner if they were raised in certain...Full Article »
The team that conducted the study stresses that the information they gathered allowed them to only identify correlations, not causation factors. Other economists expect future studies to be an important factor in better understanding the patterns of the new data revealed by the study. So the question remains: What is the driving force that is...Full Article »
According to Dr. Perry, "We can now add the highest level of upward income mobility in the country to the long list of significant economic benefits that the shale oil boom is bringing to North Dakota, especially to the western part of the state where the Bakken Formation is bringing wealth, prosperity, jobs and upward income mobility to America...Full Article »
Although upward income mobility statistics relative to other shale regions were not quite as impressive as North Dakota (which should be expected considering the state’s booming economic successes), other well-known oil and gas producing regions in Texas, California Wyoming and Utah also had higher levels of upward income mobility....Full Article »
Environmental fallacy is defined as "the blunder of ignoring or not understanding the effects of the environment of a system." This concept, popularized by American philosopher and systems scientist Charles West Churchman, demonstrates our rather innate tendency to allow our immediate and localized preoccupations to prevent us from seeing the...Full Article »
EPA labels affixed to gas station pumps say E15 is safe for nearly all vehicles manufactured in 2001 and newer. However, a three year study conducted by the American Petroleum Institute found that E15 can damage the engines of the majority of pre-2012 vehicles and will void car warranties....Full Article »
Flex-fuel vehicles that can run on either gasoline or E85 get significantly fewer miles per gallon when using low energy ethanol fuel blends. Because of this, drivers filling up their tanks with ethanol fuel blends are making more visits to the pumps than consumers that use gasoline....Full Article »
The shale oil and gas boom has created an energy renaissance in the U.S. Domestic oil production has raised to the highest output levelin 20 years, and the United States may finally become an energy independent nation by 2035. Furthermore, the development of domestic oil and natural gas from shale helped the U.S. meet roughly 83 percent of its...Full Article »
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