Managing Member, Quintana Infrastructure and Development, LLC
Will Robertson is the Managing Member of Quintana Infrastructure & Development LLC and Keen Endeavors, LLC as well as the President of Quintana Minerals Corporation. In these capacities, Will helps administer investments comprising his family’s and outside investors’ capital mostly in the energy and natural resource industries, but occasionally in real estate and consumer-facing sectors. He is Chairman and CEO of Tenawa Resource Holdings LLC, and Chairman of Frontier Utilities Holding Company LLC. He is a director on the boards of Quintana Capital Group GP, Ltd. and International Petroleum Equipment LLC (the US-affiliate of Argentine Quintana WellPro S.A.). From its founding in 2005 to 2011, Will served as Managing Director for Quintana Capital Group GP, Ltd. and its two funds; from 2008 to 2010 served as sector head for the midstream and power industries; and from 2005 to 2008 had responsibilities in the oilfield services sector. Will was previously a director on the board of the general partner of publicly-traded Genesis Energy, L.P. Will was an Associate with The CapStreet Group LLC and an Analyst in the energy & power investment banking division of Merrill Lynch & Co. Philanthropically, he serves on the boards of The Henderson-Wessendorff Foundation, Camp Olympia and The Spirit Golf Association.
Will has volunteered with Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business through Co-Chairing the Jones Fund capital campaign one year, served as Advisory Council member on the Council of Overseers’ Energy Committee for a period, provided an internship for an individual, attended year-end presentations among an undergraduate environmental class and generally been available as a sounding-board in various capacities. He earned a B.A. in Plan II and a B.B.A. in Business Honors and Finance at The University of Texas at Austin in 1998; and an MBA from Rice University in 2005. He is an avid outdoorsman, enjoys to golf and travel. Will and his wife Laura enjoy spending time with their daughters (ten and four) and son (eight).