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Daniel M. Evans


Dan Evans is FFPO's President and Chief Executive Officer and Project Manager of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) Management & Operations (M&O) contract with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). In this role, he is responsible for the performance of the overall enterprise and partners with DOE, regulators and other stakeholders to provide safe, secure and responsible stewardship of this national resource.


In 2004, after 25 years of experience in the energy industry with Exxon, Halliburton and other firms, Dan joined Fluor to lead the bid efforts for the Savannah River Site M&O contract. He went on to serve as Vice President of Savannah Nuclear Solutions, LLC with responsibility for nuclear nonproliferation, systems engineering, strategic planning and risk management. Dan also led the capture efforts for the SPR M&O contract and served as Deputy Transition Manager and subsequently as Deputy Project Manager/Assistant Project Manager for Operations & Maintenance. In 2014, Dan was selected to lead FFPO. Dan is a Vice President of Fluor Corporation.


Dan has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois, and a Master of Science degree from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.




Jason Kithas


FFPO Assistant Project Manager for Engineering and Projects Jason Kithas began his project experience with Fluor in 2000. His leadership roles include project management positions for petrochemical projects in Saudi Arabia, India and Malaysia; Lead Electrical Engineer for multiple Feasibility, Front End Engineering and Detailed Design projects; Project Engineer on the FEMA Katrina effort in Louisiana; and Product Director-Electrical for Strategic Sourcing.


Jason is a licensed Professional Electrical Engineer in Texas who earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University.







Rudy Moraga


As Assistant Project Manager for Safety and Technical Services, Rudy directs the Environmental Safety & Health (ES&H) and the Emergency Preparedness programs to protect SPR workers and subcontractors, the public and the environment.


Since joining Fluor in 1989, Rudy has developed comprehensive ES&H programs for eight DOE and Department of Defense projects. He started his career as a project engineer in the petrochemical industry for the Alaska Prudhoe Bay oil field and progressed through construction management and ES&H leadership positions, gaining valuable insight into field safety practices. Rudy earned his bachelor's degree in Construction Management from the University of Washington.






Michele Morris


As FFPO's Chief Financial Officer and Assistant Project Manager for Business Operations, Michele Morris assists in managing the Finance, Procurement, Data Systems, Human Capital and Property and Facilities directorates. Michele began her career at the SPR in 1996. In that time, she has gained valuable experience serving as Director of Finance, Financial Services Manager, Senior Accountant and Junior Accountant. She is a Certified Public Accountant with a Master's in Business Administration from the University of New Orleans and a Bachelor's in Accounting from Louisiana State University.








Siva Nadarajah


Appointed Project Manager for FFPO's Life Extension 2 project in 2017, Siva Nadarajah joined FFPO in April 2014 as Assistant Project Manager for Engineering and Projects. Siva joined Fluor in 1997, working in project management and engineering on petrochemical and mining projects in the U.S. and South America, as well as Basic Engineering projects for the Middle East and Asia.


Prior to Fluor, he was employed by Chiyoda Corporation, working on petrochemical and infrastructure projects in the Asia Pacific region. Siva has a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from Rice University and a Master's degree in International Construction Management from Singapore's Nanyang Technological University. He is a licensed Professional Civil Engineer in Texas and a PMI-certified Project Management Professional.




Phill VonHoltz


As Assistant Project Manager of Operations and Maintenance, Phill is responsible for all operations and maintenance activities across the project to include the management of all four storage sites. Phill moved into his current role after 18 months as Site Director for West Hackberry.


Prior to joining FFPO, Phill spent 25 years leading, developing and overseeing complex logistics operations for the Department of Defense; spending his last nine years with the Army and a subsequent two years in private industry overseeing multi-billion-dollar petroleum supply, distribution and storage operations.


Phill has a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Rowan University of New Jersey and a Masters in Logistics Management from Florida Institute of Technology.




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