In hardworking communities across the U.S., we provide customized amenities and utilities to keep worksites safe, productive and comfortable. We’re a diverse team of people-focused, eco-conscious, quality-driven professionals with an unwavering commitment to exceptional customer service.
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In 2005, Steve Turner saw an opportunity to fill a void and make a positive difference in the oilfield community. After years of running successful, Texas-based piping and tubular businesses, he expanded his focus to include wellsite accommodations. With a tiny, two-person workforce and huge aspirations, WolfPack Rentals was born.
Oilfield operators appreciated Mr. Turner’s straightforward, service-minded business approach, and demand grew beyond his expectations. Mr. Turner sold his other ventures in 2009, dedicating his full attention to WolfPack operations. Today, WolfPack employs more than 100 employees, and the company continues to grow and evolve to meet our customers’ growing needs.
Throughout time and across cultures, wolves have symbolized many of the traits on which our company was founded:
On top of that, the hardworking crews we support share those very same traits. Like a pack of wolves, we work together in close, coordinated unity. We’re fiercely protective of each other and our habitat. Our curious nature drives us to keep learning and adapting.
The fact that the name WolfPack sounds cool? That’s just a bonus.
Throughout our organization, WolfPack team members are equipped with the resources and responsibility to make important decisions – and do everything in their power to ensure safe, sustainable performance and unparalleled customer service. Our leadership team is charged with making that promise a reality.
Stewart Cooper, Chief Executive Officer, began his career at WolfPack Rentals, LLC in 2015 as Chief Operating Officer. In this role, he immediately put his keen business sense and highly organized mindset to work – boosting efficiencies, improving quality and restructuring the company to achieve continued, sustainable growth.
Since advancing to CEO in 2019, he’s never lost sight of the time-honored values that have always guided him: hard work, integrity and a genuine willingness to help others. Today, he’s fully committed to promoting the kind of cohesive, efficient operations central to WolfPack’s culture and key to our clients’ success.
Stewart has always been geared for high performance. He pushed the limits as a multi-winning NASCAR crew chief. He weathered the challenges of the ever-changing oilfield services industry. And he held multiple engineering leadership positions at General Motors. He’s dedicated to cultivating a winning spirit that helps clients outpace competitors by keeping those in the field safe, productive and comfortable. Stewart holds a BASc in applied mechanical engineering from Tennessee Tech University.
Stevie Cooper, Chief Administrative Officer, has been part of our team for more than a decade. She was only in high school when Steve Turner, her late father and biggest role model, founded WolfPack.
While Stevie attended college, she interned at her father’s family-owned businesses, gaining firsthand experience in heavy-industry site operations. After graduating from the University of Houston in 2009 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, she began working full-time alongside her father.
Though accounting is the core of her educational background, Stevie thrives on day-to-day problem-solving. Always careful to consider the impact to WolfPack internal operations and customer alike, she takes pride in developing innovative and efficient systems to improve the decision-making process. This well-rounded approach has enabled her to gain a deep understanding of every aspect of the company’s intricate workflow – especially the strength of its customer relationships.
Mike Ligon, Chief Financial Officer, joined Wolfpack in July 2021. More than just a numbers guy, he enjoys engaging with business and operations leaders – not only to maximize profitability, but also to encourage accountability, integrity and compliance.
His finance and accounting career spans more than 30 years, with 20 of those in oilfield services. At Schlumberger, he served in several management roles for more than a decade, where his responsibilities included consolidation of manufacturing centers and integration of acquired companies. Most recently, he spent five years at NexTier Oilfield Solutions (formerly C&J Energy Services), where he bridged gaps between Finance and Operation, progressing from Sr. Controller to Financial Director of Hydraulic Fracturing.
Mike earned his BBA in Accounting and MBA in Finance from the University of St. Thomas in Houston. He is a licensed CPA.
Ed Keppler, Chief Operations Officer, joined the WolfPack team in September 2022. With more than three decades of experience empowering operations teams to achieve service excellence while improving safety and efficiency in the oil and gas services sector, his wealth of knowledge is an ideal fit for the WolfPack culture.
Ed’s eye for detail provides keen insight into optimizing supply chains, managing assets and reducing risk across every level of the operation. His focus on continuous improvement extends to all WolfPack team members, and he takes great pride in contributing to employees’ personal growth and development.
Prior to joining WolfPack, Ed held numerous executive leadership positions at Schlumberger, Casedhole Solutions, and NexTier (formerly C&J Energy Services). He holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from New Mexico State University. In his off time, Ed enjoys bow hunting with his daughter, watching his son hit a baseball, and restoring classic cars.
In addition to adhering strictly to federal and international environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards, WolfPack cooperates with the efforts of our customers, vendors and local communities to:
We strive to maintain a positive safety culture with the highest quality, health, safety and environmental (QHSE) practices. On an ongoing basis, WolfPack employees participate in planning, implementation, training and evaluation of safe operations and healthy working conditions.
We take the training. We seek the certifications. We achieve the accreditations. And sometimes, we even win an award or two. Here’s proof.