Appointments roundup: February 5, 2024


Tidewater Midstream and Infrastructure Ltd. and Tidewater Renewables Ltd. have appointed Jeremy Baines as chief executive officer and to the boards of both companies. Baines has held various operational, financial, and board roles in domestic and global Canadian infrastructure companies over the last 27 years. The board of Tidewater Midstream also announced Aaron Ames as interim chief financial officer for Tidewater Midstream. This has followed the departure of Robert Colcleugh from the management teams of Tidewater Midstream and Tidewater Renewables and from the board of Tidewater Renewables.

H Cycle

H Cycle has appointed Brandon Cowart as chief executive officer and Heath DePriest to the company’s board of directors. H Cycle specializes using post-recycling organic waste materials to make hydrogen. With over 27 years of experience, Cowart comes from previous role as chief executive officer at Evolution Midstream, LLC to the helm of H Cycle. DePriest, currently serving as chief operating officer at Braven Environmental, recently joined H Cycle’s board of directors. Before his role at Braven, DePriest held several senior executive positions at Phillips 66, most notably as vice-president of renewable fuels.

Process Wastewater Technologies

Process Wastewater Technologies LLC (PWTech), an American manufacturer of sludge handling products, has promoted Chris Hubbard to vice-president. Hubbard will work to expand the PWTech product portfolio and market presence in the USA and Canada. Since joining PWTech in 2022, Hubbard served as the joint business development manager and regional sales manager. With more than 20 years of water industry experience, Hubbard previously served in various managerial and sales roles while co-founding a consulting business focused on flood mitigation equipment. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and serves on community organizations, including the Northeast Biosolids and Residuals Association board of directors, The Sewer Thermal Energy Network (STEN) board of directors, and  the Narrow River Preservation Association board of directors.