Management Team


Lawrence C. Kelly, President and Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Kelly, a founder of the Company, was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company in November 1996. Mr. Kelly is responsible for the overall operations of the Company and for managing and integrating all aspects of the Company's efforts to further its business goals. From August 1995 to October 1996, Mr. Kelly served as the Vice-President of Operations and as Assistant to the Chairman of the Company. Prior to his official role with the Company, Mr. Kelly served as a consultant to Hunter Salt Group, Inc., the Company's predecessor, from August 1994 to August 1995 and as a consultant to Hunter Environmental Services, Inc. from May 1989 to August 1994.

William Bishop, Executive Vice President, Chief Technical Officer
Mr. Bishop is one of the world's foremost experts on the solution mining of caverns in salt dome formations. Mr. Bishop is the former Director of Research and Development of PB-KBB. In his previous position as Vice President - Engineering, Mr. Bishop was directly responsible for the technical management of PB-KBBs design, construction and operations projects, which include solution-mining program development, piping and tank storage designs and various product storage projects. In this role, Mr. Bishop was responsible for the design and construction of the 49 solution-mined salt caverns which house the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Mr. Bishop currently holds 12 patents pertaining to solution mining and the storage and transportation of natural gas and LNG. He holds a B.S. in Geology from St. Francis Xavier University, an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois and has done graduate studies in geology.

Jorge Zambrano, Vice President
 Mr. Zambrano joined SalTec International in 1997 as a consultant. He is now in charge of the local office and operation in Mexico. Mr. Zambrano has participated with SalTec in their two  previous bids for LPG salt cavern storage. Currently, he is the main local coordinator for the ongoing natural gas salt cavern storage project in Tuzandepetl, Veracruz. Prior to his working with SalTec, he worked for several consulting firms, including being founder and president of Productividad Integral y Tecnologia, S.A. a consulting firm with a national presence in Mexico. Mr. Zambrano holds a B.S. degree in chemical engineering and has done post graduate studies in the US

Snowden Henry, Project Manager/Business Development -US                                                     Snowden Henry joined SalTec in the summer of 2007 with the responsibility of supporting the company’s FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) permitting process for the Mississippi and Texas salt dome natural gas storage projects.   Prior to working for SalTec, Mr. Henry was a business development consultant, a career he started in 2000, after he successfully merged a company he started on AOL with a software company.  Mr. Henry’s consulting experiences have ranged from working with the Ministry of Health of Ghana, to developing a marketing campaign for personal care items made with recycled plastics, to business development for an online education company. Mr. Henry graduated from Lewis & Clark College in 1988 with B.A. in International Affairs.

Karen M. Karng, Treasurer and Secretary
Ms. Karng has been the Treasurer of the Company since June 1999, and, prior to becoming Treasurer, she was the Controller of the Company since 1994, and has also been the controller of The Kimberly Company since 1993. Ms. Karng is responsible for preparing and maintaining all of the financial records of the Company. Ms. Karng holds a B.S. degree in Business Administration from Fairfield University.


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