Bloomfield Hills, MI (PRWEB) October 10, 2013
Conway is the CEO of Fortis Energy Services, a Michigan-based oil well service company with operations in 6 states including North Dakota.
“It is a great honor to be recognized by Minot State University,” stated Conway, “ MSU provided a foundation on which I have built my career. I truly appreciate the high caliber of education I received as well as the personal support and encouragement from my professors.”The Young Alumni Achievement Award recipient is between the ages of 21 and 39 and Nathan Conway was the only alumni recognized in that category.
Previously, Conway was chief operating officer of Ward Williston Oil Co., a North Dakota-based oil and gas exploration and production company. He led the business' daily operations and oversaw its strategic plan to grow within the Williston Basin and expand its holdings in Colorado and Michigan. He directed the successful divesture of all Ward Williston's producing and non-producing assets in May 2012.
The Westhope native earned a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from MSU in 2001, and holds an MBA from the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business, where he is an engaged alumnus.
Conway is active in his professional and local community as a member of the Independent Petroleum Association of America. He provides monetary support and his business acumen to Joint Aid Management, an African relief organization where he is a member of the board of directors.
Business Watch Magazine, Prairie Business and D-Business Magazine have all recognized Conway with their "40 under 40" business awards and Platts Global Energy selected him as a finalist for its Rising Star Award.
About Fortis Energy Services, Inc.
Fortis Energy Services, Inc. is a leading oil and gas service company in the USA. Quality people and quality work contribute to Fortis’ exceptional success rate. A well-maintained fleet combined with highly experienced professionals has enabled Fortis to establish strong customer relationships and an excellent safety record.