About Us

Our core focus is to construct a turnkey service organization that provides customers with a partnership that can deliver consulting and construction services that continually exceed expectations.

The Wolf Pack Management

Raymond Taylor

Co-Founder • CSP President

Co-Founder and President, Raymond Taylor began his career with nine years at Highlander/TetraTech Environmental, enabling him to become knowledgeable in soil and groundwater remediation techniques.  From there Raymond served as a Health and Safety Supervisor at Whiting Oil and Gas for their operations in the Permian and Denver-Julesburg Basins. It was there that Raymond learned the compliance challenges associated with oilfield construction, gas processing facilities, work-over & drilling operations, completions work, and maintenance activities.

Raymond has successfully completed graduate courses at the University of Denver focusing on Emergency Response and Planning. In 2017, he achieved ASP and CSP certifications through the Board of Certified Safety Professionals.  Raymond spent four years in Alpine, TX attending Sul Ross State University where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Biology.

Born and raised in Midland, he understands the values and work ethic it takes to be successful in the oil and gas industry.


Tim Derryberry

Co-Founder • Chief Operating Officer

Tim Derryberry, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, most recently served as Facilities Construction Manager at Whiting Oil and Gas for twelve years. The projects executed by Tim’s team include the construction of multiple gas processing facilities in Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. This group was also responsible for the construction of gathering systems, production facilities, and saltwater disposals from Corpus Christi to Williston. Tim also spent seven years at Kinder Morgan as a Construction Coordinator exposing him to the challenges of project management that included scheduling, procurement, and landowner relations.

Tim’s collegiate career includes time at Western Texas College in Snyder, Texas and Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. Tim has been around the oil and gas industry since he was born in Snyder, Texas and worked in fields and processing facilities from South Texas to North Dakota. His tenure in the industry and West Texas roots give him a unique ability to execute any size of project with safety, efficiency, and stakeholder value at the forefront.

Samuel Viscaino

Project Manager

Samuel has proudly worked in the oil field industry-Permian Basin since 2003. He has worked on industrial and oil field projects starting out as a helper and later assuming the role of an area supervisor. He worked for Saulsbury Industries for over ten years as an area foreman, supervising linemen in the installation, repair, and maintenance of electrical power lines and electrical systems. In addition to routine maintenance on electrical systems, he also has knowledge in areas such as installation of conductors, distribution and utilization of electricity for power distribution, heat trace, industrial control systems, motor control circuits, grounding, and troubleshooting high voltage electrical equipment. He is detail-oriented and highly committed to safety, quality, and customer satisfaction. His long tenure has allowed him to possess extensive knowledge of  Electrical projects, leadership, and time management.

Frankie Garcia

Project Manager

Frankie has 26 years in the electrical trade accumulating a vast amount of knowledge and experience. Prior to being hired by Lobo Services in 2021, he worked numerous Cryo Plants, Tank  Batteries, Satellites, Saltwater Disposal Stations, Turbines; Pipelines, Substations, Compressors.  His specialty is conduit/cable tray installations, cable pulls, including wire/cable terminations, stress cones, PLCs, trenches/duct banks, grounding, and troubleshooting. Frankie is extremely knowledgeable in the heavy industrial field as well.

Josue Rodriguez

Environmental Scientist II

Josue joined Lobo Services, in January 2020 and has conducted numerous soil and sampling and remediation projects. His experience includes monitoring projects, field data collection, field inspections, organization, documentation, and onsite supervision. He has recently been given additional responsibilities including project and data management of several customers. 

He completed his master’s thesis on “Comparative Microbial  Community Dynamics in a Karst Aquifer System and Proximal Surface Stream in Northwest  Arkansas”. Over the duration of his thesis, he gained experience and knowledge in python programming language, became proficient in the use of Office products and GIS mapping software.  After completing his Master’s degree, he digitized and drafted geological maps for Central America as a biological science aid for the USDA Agricultural Research Services department, and he gained further experience with the Colorado River Municipal Water District in water analysis and utilization of analytical instrumentation. Josue has conducted site investigations and ESAs for oil and gas-producing properties. He is also responsible for the design and implementation of site investigations, site remediations, site mapping, regulatory review, and report preparation.

Douglas "Cooper" McCabe

Environmental Scientist I

Cooper McCabe, M.S. began working for Lobo Services in 2021. Prior to this, Cooper has spent time as a Document Clerk for Lexa Records, LLC in Grapevine, TX digitizing medical records for hospitals and insurance companies. He has spent time as a Shop Technician at DK Controls, LLC  in Irving, TX building electrical control panels for oilfield pumping units. He also spent time as a Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant at the University of Arkansas, teaching field camp courses and junior- and senior-level Structural Geology.  

Upon completion of his B.S. in Geosciences with a concentration in Geology from Texas Tech,  Cooper attended the University of Arkansas where he earned his Master of Science of Geology, focusing on Petroleum Geology with special emphasis on geophysical exploration methods and reflection seismology. His Master’s Thesis focused on novel research, which used 3D seismic surveys to determine the applicability of said surveys to locate and identify subtle deformations or “tectonic signaling” (long wavelength folding, fault reactivation, etc.) from an orogenic event on stable cratonic basins and using the identified tectonic signals to analyze their effects on depositional systems within the cratonic interior.

Zachary Salcido

Environmental Field Technician

Zachary Salcido began working for Lobo Services in 2021. Prior to that, he worked for four years for eTech Environmental & Safety Solutions. While employed at eTech, he performed soil assessments, sampling, and remediation, groundwater sampling, and NORM tank cleanouts. 

Zachary was born and raised in Odessa, TX. He understands the work ethic needed for the oil and gas industry. Graduating from Odessa High School, he furthered his education at West Texas A&M, where he got his Bachelor’s and Master's in Environmental Science.  

While completing his Master’s degree at West Texas A&M, Zachary conducted research on Ice Nucleating Particles in the Italian, Antarctic, Amarillo, and Arctic Atmospheres. He used an offline droplet-freezing assay instrument, the so-called West Texas Cryogenic Refrigerator Applied to Freezing Test system, to measure temperature resolved ice nucleating particle (INP) concentrations at T > -25 °C for each region.

Berry D. Simpson

Environmental Professional

Berry has over forty years of experience in project management, field operations, well completions, workovers, lease evaluations, and facility design. 

This experience includes economic evaluations for acquisitions, annual reviews, end-of-life analysis, and estate valuations; managing oil and gas leases to maintain profitability through several oil-price crashes - leases ranging from fully-developed waterfloods to low-margin stripper leases and gas wells; production and depletion plans for a variety of leases and fields in Texas,  Oklahoma, New Mexico, Indiana, and Kentucky; waterflood studies of mature floods, drawing creative conclusions from production and well completion data, recommending profile modifications, infill drilling, artificial lift designs, and other workovers (in a variety of fields in  Ector, Andrews, Martin, Lea, Terry, Midland, Howard, and Scurry counties); drilling prognosis and completions for development wells in Texas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma; and initiated and designed workovers, wellbore cleanouts, stimulations, downhole equipment, and casing repairs.

Veronica Alvarado


Veronica has been with Lobo Services since December 2020. A dedicated and detail-oriented individual meeting the daily administrative needs of the company, handling a wide array of information. Prior to Lobo Services, she worked for a construction company as the district accounting manager; overseeing the day-to-day operations of all the office staff, as well as providing accounting assistance to the corporate office. She has experience in the HR, payroll, and accounting fields.

Sharon Lichthardt

HR & Accounting Manager

Sharon has been with Lobo Services since 2018 and has been instrumental in developing the financial framework and processes that are used today. Her 25+ years of work experience lies in local government, non-profit, and sub-chapter S corporations. Prior to Lobo Services she worked as Finance Director for Wilkinson Public Library in Telluride, Colorado; assisted small businesses in Colorado through the SBDC; as Staff Accountant for Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in  Batavia, IL; as Accountant/Office Manager for Vision Pickling & Processing, Inc. in Waterman,  IL; as Finance Director for Voluntary Action Center in Sycamore, IL; and seasonal tax preparation.

Aaron B. Wilson, Jr.

Environmental Professional

Mr. Wilson has over 30 years of experience in the environmental industry with 23 years working for oil and gas E&P and pipeline companies and nine years as an environmental consultant. His primary environmental specialties are soil and groundwater assessments and remediation. As a consultant, he has performed Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) on hundreds of oil and gas, industrial and commercial properties. He has also performed pit closures, EHS  compliance audits, SARA Title III Tier 2 reporting, SPCC and TGLO spill plans, and waste characterizations and disposal for Oil & Gas companies in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Wyoming, and Louisiana. As an environmental professional and manager for oil and gas E&P and pipeline companies he managed air, waste, water, and remediation programs. Specific air compliance programs included obtaining permits for production, compression, and gas processing facilities, LDAR surveying and reporting, compressor engine emissions testing, annual reporting of GHG and criteria pollutants emissions inventories, OOOO/OOOOa compliance, and emissions event reporting. The waste programs included auditing of third-party SWDs and solid waste disposal facilities as well as managing the decontamination of NORM-contaminated equipment and the remediation and disposal of NORM-impacted ground areas. The water programs included obtaining and maintaining SPCC and FRP spill plans for production, gas processing, and pipeline facilities. The remediation programs included tracking, reporting, and remediation of oil,  condensate, produced water, fuels, lube oils, and chemicals spills. Additionally, he developed company ESG metrics and annual reports, environmental manuals and conducted environmental compliance training.

Gary Miller

Environmental Professional

Gary Miller has more than 40 years of experience in the Permian Basin in the oil and gas exploration industry. He has extensive experience with permitting and compliance for oil and gas operators. Mr. Miller’s experience includes site selections for well sites, production facilities, pipeline ROW, and construction. His environmental experience includes oversight of the remediation projects in Texas and New Mexico. Mr. Miller has also performed audits for waste sites, disposal facilities, and saltwater disposal wells, both commercial and non-commercial as well as due diligence site assessments of oil and gas property transfers.  

Gary began his career as an Engineering Technician for Ed Reed and Associates, Consulting Hydrologist in 1978. This work was in the earlier stages of the environmental consulting industry and he work primarily with the development of water resources for the oil and gas industry and municipalities. In 1981 he started at Clayton Williams Energy Corp as an Engineering, Environmental and Regulatory Coordinator. He left Clayton Williams Energy Corp. in 1986 and founded the predecessor of Highlander Environmental Corp. He served as president until it was acquired by Tetra Tech, Inc. in 2008. After Tetra Tech, Inc. acquired Highlander he held several roles including Office Manager, Midland, Texas office, and Regional Manager and Vice President of the Tetra Tech Oil and Gas group until January 2019. He has been a member of Highlander ii LLC since 2019 and a consultant for Lobo Services, beginning in 2020.

James C. Hunnicutt

Environmental Professional

Jim Hunnicutt has more than 30 years of experience in the environmental industry. His primary environmental specialty is the investigation and preparation of Phase I Environmental Site  Assessments (ESAs), as well as project management of Phase II investigations performed as a result of Phase I ESAs. He also reviews and evaluates Phase I ESAs performed by third parties on behalf of various clients. Past ESA projects have included: literally thousands of oil and gas wells, together with associated production facilities in six states, performed for both major and independent oil companies; oil and gas service and drilling company facilities in four states; industrial sites, commercial and retail establishments, and undeveloped real estate; third party audits of waste facilities; research and compliance with state and federal environmental regulations; and hazardous and solid waste characterization and management. 

Jim has 12 years of professional legal experience, both in private practice and as in-house counsel.  He has a broad background in transactional work, both in general corporate and commercial practice, as well as oil and gas law, which included preparation of oil and gas title opinions, sales and acquisitions of oil and gas properties, and document preparation and negotiation.  Additionally, he has experience in civil litigation, both in litigation management and actual client representation.


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