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Reed Cagle

Colorado Springs, CO

About Reed Cagle

Reed Cagle is a man who knows the oil and energy business inside and out. He has worked in the industry for many years and uses his expertise in horizontal drilling to streamline operations and advise clients. Mr. Cagle is known for his keen eye for detail and ability to see the big picture. He offers valuable advice for oil and energy businesses based on his years of experience in the field.

He was born in the year 1962 in Clarksville, Texas. He is of Texan descent and was raised by his parents in that great state. After a few years of traveling here and there, he and his wife Donna eventually settled down in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in 1999. A few years later, they moved back to Plano, Texas, where they currently reside. They have one son who is now a grown man.

Reed has been a driving force in the business world for over three decades. His career began in 1986 when he worked for Kinlaw Oil Corporation as an associate. He was fascinated by the business world and spent a lot of hours learning everything there was to know about it. Through his hard work and dedication, he was eventually given leadership roles within the company. He stayed with the firm for a decade before striking out independently.


In 1996, Mr. Cagle moved his company from Kinlaw to Dallas, Texas. By 1997, he had gotten the ball rolling on Heartland Energy, Inc. HEI, the proposed name for the decentralized energy company that Mr. Cagle is the president and CEO of.

Charles Reed Cagle is a man of many talents and accomplishments. He has worked in the energy sector for many years and is exceptionally knowledgeable about gas, oil, and mineral sites. In 2006, he started working as a driller for an oil company. He then formed a joint venture with Mid Continent Drilling. Mr. Cagle fronted the money to get things started, and he built a rig with 2000 horsepower; the business also owns a mesa model 1500 rig capable of drilling to depths of up to 20,000 feet.

He has worked as a miner in the United States and South America since 2011. His mining concession in Oregon yielded 89,000 ounces of gold. Reed's mining career also took him to Chile. There, he worked at a Copiapo facility that processed gold and copper. He helped with both funding and regular operations at the mine.

Mr. Cagle's mining efforts yielded some of the most exciting results of his career. Working with precious metals inspired him to create a method that is uniquely his. Toxic substances in the liquid were extracted and neutralized during the process, and the fluid was then safely isolated from the metals. In 2011 Mr. Cagle became involved in the U.S. and South American mining industries, buying a gold mining concession in Oregon that contained over 89,000 ounces of gold.

Though he has been involved in the Copiapo, Chile, copper and gold processing plant's funding and operations for many years now, it was only recently that he made a breakthrough discovery in water filtration. Reed Cagle has found a way to filter out and neutralize hazardous substances without extracting any valuable metals. This technology is already being put to use in the mining industry in Copiapo, and it could have global implications in the future. Mr. Cagle is optimistic that the mining industry all over the world will benefit from this breakthrough.

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