Charles Reed Cagle
Student, Web Developer, and Art Director in Colorado Springs, CO
Charles Reed Cagle grew up in Clarksville, Texas, where he was born in 1962 and reared by his mother and father. Mr. Reed Cagle and his wife, Donna, have been married for more than 30 years and are quite happy together. In 1999, they moved to Colorado Springs with their child, and in 2018, they relocated to Plano, Texas, after spending a decade in Colorado Springs with their child Richard Charles Reed Cagle has been involved in the energy industry for more than 35 years, holding a variety of positions.
Reed Cagle began working for Kinlaw Oil Corporation in 1986 as an associate. In 1996, he relocated to Dallas, Texas, to assist on the launch of a small independent energy company that was just getting off the ground. Mr. Cagle has served as President and CEO of both Heartland Energy, Inc. and Heartland Energy International (HEI) since the companies' founding in 1997. Drilling and maintenance companies, geophysicists, and other professionals in the energy industry were all enlisted to assist him with the project, and he received their assistance. Charles Reed Cagle developed a drilling rig with a horsepower of 2000 and a drilling depth of 20,000 feet in 2006, when he decided to go into the drilling service industry full time.
Beginning in 2011, Charles Reed Cagle began working in the mining industries of the United States and South America. According to the results of the investigation, he had purchased a gold mining concession in Oregon that turned out to contain more than 89,000 troy ounces of gold. Charles Reed Cagle is involved in the funding and day-to-day operations of a copper and gold processing factory in Copiapo, Chile, where he owns a stake. A process that eliminates and neutralizes potentially dangerous contaminants from liquids while yet allowing valuable metals to be recovered was devised by Mr. Smith. Copiapo is now exploiting this technology, which has the potential to be used in the mining industry all over the world once it is commercialized.
When Charles Reed Cagle came to Texas, he immediately began working with a large number of mid-sized independent oil companies, helping them to streamline operations and steer them to lower-risk horizontal opportunities in Colorado and Texas. In addition to working with oil and gas industries, he is employed by a large commercial landscaping company in East and Central Texas.