Dr. R. Gerald "Jerry" Bailey, P.E.
Dr. Bailey has over 50 years of experience in the international petroleum industry in all aspects, both upstream and downstream with specific Middle East skills and U.S. onshore/offshore sectors. Mr. Bailey is a current director of Petroteq Energy, Inc as well as the former CEO, he is currently the Chairman of Bailey Petroleum, LLC, a consulting firm for major oil and gas exploration and development corporations. In addition, Bailey is Chief Operating Officer of Indoklanicsa, Nicaragua, Vice Chairman, Trinity Energy Group, Inc., former Chairman of American Impact Energy and former CEO of American Dakota Refinery, LLC. Dr. Bailey is retired from Exxon, lastly as President, Arabian Gulf. During his Exxon career, he also served as the Assistant General Manager, Administration & Commercial, Abu Dhabi Onshore Oil Company; Operations Manager, Qatar General Petroleum Corp., Dukhan Operations and the Operations Manager, Qatar General Petroleum Corp., Umm Said Operations. He was also the Operations Superintendent, Exxon Lago Oil, Aruba and has spent time in Libya as Operations Superintendent for Esso Standard, Libya, Brega, with experience in LNG and oil field production. His earlier career included service with Texaco where he gained skills in oil additives and petrochemicals manufacturing.
Dr. Bailey holds a BS Degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Houston, an MS Degree in Chemical Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey, a PhD Degree from Columbia Pacific University, San Rafael, CA and is a graduate of Engineering Doctoral Studies from Lamar University, Beaumont, TX. He has written many articles, papers and studies on the oil industry, and has been a keynote speaker of many international industry conferences including the Money Show conference with his address, “The Future of Oil & Gas Developments,” and FreedomFest Conference, “Investing In Oil,” and also has appeared recently on national Chinese television discussing the “World Energy Outlook.” He is a member of the Middle East Policy Council, Society of Petroleum Engineers and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers.