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Creedence's business philosophy is rooted in our guiding principles. Each principle is designed to embody our core beliefs and drive our daily decision making with our team members, customers, vendors, and industry & community partners.
BE CURIOUS AND TAKE COURAGE
We encourage and empower each other to challenge the status quo, ask why, and ask how we can do things better.
THINK LIKE AN ENTREPRENEUR
We are nimble, quick, responsive and innovative. We deliver excellence through the quality and speed of our solutions.
BELIEVE THE BEST IN PEOPLE
We approach situations and others with an open mind, extend grace, seek to understand, and communicate effectively in order to achieve the best outcome.
EXCELLENCE IS OUR STANDARD
We always have and always will, demand, expect, and deliver the highest level of performance and service, from ourselves and our teammates.
LEAD WITH A SERVANT HEART
Be humble. Focus on others. Listen but give clarity. Be compassionate yet decisive and strong.
Practice daily gratitude by sincerely supporting and appreciating those around us with unconditional gratitude. Build others up by showing appreciation.
Through a culture of innovation and collaboration, we provide our energy partners with chemical solutions that generate value for their business. Our approach to swiftly developing cutting-edge technology, coupled with unmatched service, enables producers to safely improve equipment runtimes, decrease failure rates, and optimize production.
To lead the energy industry as the most valued partner in chemistry, innovation, service, and solutions.
Kevin Black is CEO of Creedence Energy Services. Since co-founding the company in 2014, Kevin has guided the company's growth to a national reach. Prior to Creedence, he held various technical and sales roles with Champion Technologies and Baker Hughes. Mr. Black serves the oil and gas industry and his community in many capacities including the North Dakota State Board of High Education (appointed by Gov. Doug Burgum), North Dakota Petroleum Council, University of North Dakota Petroleum Engineer Industry Advisory Council, Minot Chamber EDC Board of Directors (Chair), North Dakota State University Board of Trustees, and the North Dakota Economic Development Foundation. He was recently recognized as “Williston Basin’s Top 20 Under 40” by the Williston Herald. Mr. Black holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering & Management from North Dakota State University and resides in Minot, ND.
Wyatt Black was born and raised in Williston, North Dakota and has been in the oil and gas industry since 2006. His oilfield experience includes downhole completions, service tools, pressure pumping and production chemicals. Serving as President, Wyatt utilizes his operational, technical, and supply chain experience to identify opportunities to provide added value to operators. Wyatt holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from Montana State University in Bozeman. Wyatt serves the industry and community with contributions to the Bismarck-Area Wells Fargo Advisory Board, Williston Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, and American Petroleum Institute.
Malachi Black is a native of Williston, ND and has been in the oil and gas industry since 2008. As Vice President of HSE at Creedence Energy Services, he utilizes previous experiences as a warehouse manager, field and lab technician, and chemical account manager lead. With an extensive history of high performance and safety-oriented leadership, Malachi has been awarded numerous certifications in oilfield chemical operations. Malachi attended both Williston State College, Williston, North Dakota and Charis Bible College, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
JOHN E. TURNER
John Turner was born into an oilfield chemistry family and raised in Southern Oklahoma. In early 2014, at the direction of his father John Turner Sr., he aided in building ProChem Energy Services in the midcontinental United States. With 10 years in the industry, John’s oil and gas experience is predominantly chemistry based but he served some time in flowback and contract lease operating earlier in his career. Serving as President of the Southern Division, John utilizes his operational, development, and technical experience to add value to Creedence’s customer and employee base while furthering the organizations culture of family and excellence. John studied business at Rose State College in Oklahoma City and is an active member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers and the Young Professionals in Energy. John and his family invest in various philanthropical opportunities throughout the local communities.
JOHN C. TURNER
John C. Turner currently holds the position of Executive Director of the board for Creedence Energy Services. John began his career in the Oil and Gas industry with Champion Chemicals in 1980 in the Oklahoma Mid Continent region. After fulfilling various positions which encompassed most US oil and gas producing states with Champion Chemicals and ultimately Champion Technologies, John retired after almost 34 years. During his tenure with Champion, he started a regional Oil and Gas production and consulting company that he still holds today. He and his son, John Eric Turner founded ProChem Energy Services in 2014 in Healdton, Oklahoma and then purchased BB Chemicals to give way to expansion in the Permian Basin and Hayneville Shale. After 7 years of significant growth, the Turner family and ProChem Energy Services entered into a partnership with the Black family and Creedence Energy Services to further expand the reach of both companies. John has been a member of the Society of Petroleum engineers, OIPA, and various other industry groups and now finds value in helping others grow personally and professionally.