Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
In the late 1970's, Steve helped his father, George Jordan, start LA Tank, providing vacuum truck services to customers in Southwest Louisiana. Over the years, Steve’s leadership has enabled LA Tank to continue to grow and serve the Gulf Coast and its energy needs.
Throughout the decades, he has maintained the belief that success is ultimately based on the core values of integrity, innovation and a strong work ethic. Through his leadership, LA Tank has become the largest commercial liquid waste disposal company in Louisiana. In addition to his responsibilities at LA Tank, Mr. Jordan also serves as Chief Executive Officer of Central Crude, Inc., the largest privately owned crude oil purchaser in Louisiana, and Chief Executive Officer of Jordan Oil.
Mr. Jordan holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Louisiana State University. He is currently serving as Chairman of the Louisiana Oil & Gas Association (LOGA) and as President of the Vacuum Truck Carriers of Louisiana. Additionally, he sits on the Executive Board of Directors of the Louisiana Association of Business & Industry (LABI) and on the Governor of Louisiana’s Military Advisory Board.
George became President in 2013. His responsibilities include leading corporate strategic planning and partnerships, business development and investment projects and overall leadership and direction of the company’s growth strategy. George was also Co-founder and CEO of South C&C Trucking LLC that provided crude transportation services in every major crude basin in Texas before exiting to a strategic in 2015.
A native of Lake Charles, Louisiana, George Jordan earned a Bachelor of Science in business management and entrepreneurship from Louisiana State University’s E.J. Ourso College of Business. George is a member of the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association, the Independent Petroleum Association of America and Committee of 100 for Economic Development.
Chief Financial Officer
Rick serves as CFO. His responsibilities include accounting, treasury, and financial support. Prior to joining LA Tank in late 2015, he was CFO for Cameron LNG, a multibillion dollar joint venture project location in Hackberry, LA. Preceding Cameron, Rick was with ConocoPhillips for over 31 years where he served in key financial leadership positions including: CFO for Petrozuata, a JV heavy oil project in Venezuela; CFO for Excel Paralubes, a JV with Pennzoil; CFO for the Red Sea Refining Co., located in Yanbu Saudi Arabia; and CFO for the Abu Dhabi National Gas Company in the UAE amongst others. Rick earned a BS in accounting from the University of Louisiana and an MBA from Louisiana Tech University. He is also a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Internal Auditor.