John Tuma is the co-founder, Operations Manager and CEO of Life Cycle Power. With a long career dedicated to infrastructure design and maximizing production, John has purchased, owned, operated and successfully sold six businesses dedicated to serving the energy and industrial industries. Prior to Life Cycle Power, John owned KTR Management which focused on commercial properties, including sand pit and construction operations. John also spent a good period of his career providing turnkey solutions for the disposal, storage and transportation of hazardous and non-hazardous waste and related by-products. To date, John holds 18 U.S. patents in tank and pipeline testing, water treatment and alternative energy.
Matt Little is the Director of Sales at Life Cycle Power. Matt has been on the LCP team since its inception and has served in many capacities throughout the growth of the company. Prior to LCP, Matt was managing partner and vice president of sales and marketing at Gator Fabrication, an API/ASME fabrication shop for midstream production plant and drilling rigs. Matt’s extensive network across the oil and gas industry and industrial fabrication sectors started with roles in sales for IDE where he sold drilling rigs and controls. After assisting IDE in going public, Matt co-founding a building manufacturing company which later became Spartan Structures LLC. Matt graduated with a BA in business from the Middle Tennessee State University.
Knoell Coombs is the Rockies Sales Manager based in Denver. Prior to Life Cycle Power, she spent five years at Halliburton Energy Services in the Cementing, Production Enhancement and Completion Tools divisions. Knoell’s success in oil and gas stemmed from working two years in the DJ Basin, taking engineering classes in Duncan, Oklahoma and practicing three years of field and city sales for the Rockies region. Knoell graduated from Lamar University with a BS in Kinesiology and minor in Business Management.
Ross Bartley serves as the Chief Financial Officer of Life Cycle Power and Alliance OGP, LLC. Ross was previously the head of private equity engagements for Racca Solutions Group. Prior to Racca, Ross acted as a managing director for an energy service-focused private equity fund and worked as a commercial energy lender for 15 years between Southwest Bank of Texas, Amegy Bank and Cadence Bank. Ross holds BBAs in Marketing and Finance from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and an MBA from Texas Tech University.
George Jackson serves as the Executive Vice President of Business Development of Life Cycle Power and CEO of Alliance OGP, LLC. Previously, George was a founding member of Ideal Electric Company, formerly Hyundai Electric Company, where he co-led the strategic acquisition of the 115 year old electric motor and generator manufacturer from Hyundai Heavy Industries. Prior to Ideal, George was the co-founder and COO of wattsON Power, the U.S. distributor of Mexico City-based electric motor and generator manufacturer Potencia Industrial. George began his career in the middle market banking group at Amegy Bank. George holds a BS in Accountancy from the University of Mississippi.
Justin Lippmann is the Permian Basin sales manager for Life Cycle Power and resides in Midland, Texas. He began his career in the gas turbine industry in 2016 as a service technician where he was responsible for maintaining a fleet of Caterpillar Solar turbine generators for oil and gas production facilities throughout Texas. Prior to his career in energy, Justin served as a captain in the U.S. Army with the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team in Vicenza, Italy and deployed to eastern Afghanistan during Operating Enduring Freedom X.
Derek Golden is the HSE and IT Manager for Life Cycle Power where he is responsible for all day-to-day safety related items and the IT infrastructure at LCP. As a FAA-licensed drone pilot, Derek is also responsible for assisting with site mapping and the company’s marketing. He coordinates with the operations team regarding daily activities, including site checks, rig ups, rig downs and related activities. Prior to Life Cycle Power, Derek worked in the Measurements While Drilling (MWD) division of Schlumberger, an international oilfield service company. Derek began his career in the U.S. Navy working on aircraft engines for over eight years and was stationed around the globe.