About Alpha Petroleum

Alpha Petroleum Services (APS) is a consulting and management services firm meeting the needs of our Petroleum Industry clients since 2003. With offices in Houston Texas APS Project Management Teams provide innovative solutions to our global client base. APS has extensive experience in hostile environment small field development and offers an extensive portfolio of cost effective drilling and completion programs.

Realizing the emerging importance of the Southern Gulf of Mexico and the opportunities provided through Mexican Energy reforms, APS, in partnership with Deepwater Technology Services (DTS), created ADS (Alpha Deepwater Services), as a Mexico operated subsidiary in 2009. Since creation ADS has supported IOC’s and government agencies through multiple peer guidance, certification and consulting roles.

APS is privately operated by the following five principal owners. APS draws on a bank of more than forty respected industry consultants, all with a minimum of fifteen years’ experience, covering every facet of the upstream industry.

Loyd Hayton

Loyd Hayton brings over twenty-five years of oil and gas industry experience to APS and his expertise covers strategic development, contracts, economic evaluation, cost control and logistics management.

Loyd is an Associate with Alpha Petroleum Services having over twenty-five years’ experience in
the energy and chemical industries. For the majority of his career Loyd has worked with client
teams as a management consultant to identify and implement profitable business solutions in the
areas of strategic development, business creation and process management. Loyd’s wide ranging
responsibilities within APS include contract negotiation, contract administration, cost control,
economic evaluation and logistics management. Highlights of Loyd’s experience include:
 On a $430 million offshore development for an Australian independent oil company, Loyd
managed the commercial and administrative aspects of all equipment and service contracts.
He developed procedures for contract administration, invoice processing, cost control and
reporting and implemented these procedures with client management and accounting
personnel. In addition, Loyd developed the project economic model and performed economic
analysis in support of joint venture partners’ project sanction decision.
 For multiple independent oil companies Loyd performed scoping studies to identify the
preferred field development approach. For each development alternative, Loyd obtained
budgetary quotes and schedule estimates from vendors, using this data to identify the optimal
development scenario. Loyd produced management level reports for each study, for use by the
clients to support their project investment decisions.
 In his consultation with a Latin American National Oil Company, Loyd developed a business
plan to cover a US$2 billion petrochemical complex. The business plan identified attractive
market and product opportunities, defined preferred ownership and financing structures and
assessed financial comparison of alternative project concepts. The client used Loyd’s plan to
secure business partners and investors.
 As a consultant Project Manager for an independent U.S. refiner, Loyd lead a team to develop
a petrochemical industry outlook, assessing the client’s capabilities in petrochemicals and
identifying potential petrochemical strategies. The team then prioritized each strategic option
based on financial merits, aligning them with the client’s capabilities, their overall strategies
and implementation risk tolerance.
 In his role as consultant Project Manager, Loyd led teams to identify and prioritize acquisition
targets for a U.S. electric utility. The teams prepared a business plan and financial model to
evaluate a $250 million acquisition of a major oil company.
 Loyd consulted for an international major energy company where he developed their basic
chemicals business strategy. He identified potential growth strategies and characterized
financial attractiveness, risk and implementation alternatives for each option studied.
Loyd holds degrees in chemical engineering from Vanderbilt University and an MBA from Rice
University. Prior to joining APS Loyd held positions with Interox America, Shell Chemical,
Arthur D. Little and Charles River Associates.

Loyd Hayton

Loyd Hayton brings over twenty-five years of oil and gas industry experience to APS and his expertise covers strategic development, contracts, economic evaluation, cost control and logistics management.

Loyd is an Associate with Alpha Petroleum Services having over twenty-five years’ experience in
the energy and chemical industries. For the majority of his career Loyd has worked with client
teams as a management consultant to identify and implement profitable business solutions in the
areas of strategic development, business creation and process management. Loyd’s wide ranging
responsibilities within APS include contract negotiation, contract administration, cost control,
economic evaluation and logistics management. Highlights of Loyd’s experience include:
 On a $430 million offshore development for an Australian independent oil company, Loyd
managed the commercial and administrative aspects of all equipment and service contracts.
He developed procedures for contract administration, invoice processing, cost control and
reporting and implemented these procedures with client management and accounting
personnel. In addition, Loyd developed the project economic model and performed economic
analysis in support of joint venture partners’ project sanction decision.
 For multiple independent oil companies Loyd performed scoping studies to identify the
preferred field development approach. For each development alternative, Loyd obtained
budgetary quotes and schedule estimates from vendors, using this data to identify the optimal
development scenario. Loyd produced management level reports for each study, for use by the
clients to support their project investment decisions.
 In his consultation with a Latin American National Oil Company, Loyd developed a business
plan to cover a US$2 billion petrochemical complex. The business plan identified attractive
market and product opportunities, defined preferred ownership and financing structures and
assessed financial comparison of alternative project concepts. The client used Loyd’s plan to
secure business partners and investors.
 As a consultant Project Manager for an independent U.S. refiner, Loyd lead a team to develop
a petrochemical industry outlook, assessing the client’s capabilities in petrochemicals and
identifying potential petrochemical strategies. The team then prioritized each strategic option
based on financial merits, aligning them with the client’s capabilities, their overall strategies
and implementation risk tolerance.
 In his role as consultant Project Manager, Loyd led teams to identify and prioritize acquisition
targets for a U.S. electric utility. The teams prepared a business plan and financial model to
evaluate a $250 million acquisition of a major oil company.
 Loyd consulted for an international major energy company where he developed their basic
chemicals business strategy. He identified potential growth strategies and characterized
financial attractiveness, risk and implementation alternatives for each option studied.
Loyd holds degrees in chemical engineering from Vanderbilt University and an MBA from Rice
University. Prior to joining APS Loyd held positions with Interox America, Shell Chemical,
Arthur D. Little and Charles River Associates.

Loyd Hayton

Associate

Loyd is an Associate with Alpha Petroleum Services having over twenty-five years’ experience in
the energy and chemical industries. For the majority of his career Loyd has worked with client
teams as a management consultant to identify and implement profitable business solutions in the
areas of strategic development, business creation and process management. Loyd’s wide ranging
responsibilities within APS include contract negotiation, contract administration, cost control,
economic evaluation and logistics management. Highlights of Loyd’s experience include:
 On a $430 million offshore development for an Australian independent oil company, Loyd
managed the commercial and administrative aspects of all equipment and service contracts.
He developed procedures for contract administration, invoice processing, cost control and
reporting and implemented these procedures with client management and accounting
personnel. In addition, Loyd developed the project economic model and performed economic
analysis in support of joint venture partners’ project sanction decision.
 For multiple independent oil companies Loyd performed scoping studies to identify the
preferred field development approach. For each development alternative, Loyd obtained
budgetary quotes and schedule estimates from vendors, using this data to identify the optimal
development scenario. Loyd produced management level reports for each study, for use by the
clients to support their project investment decisions.
 In his consultation with a Latin American National Oil Company, Loyd developed a business
plan to cover a US$2 billion petrochemical complex. The business plan identified attractive
market and product opportunities, defined preferred ownership and financing structures and
assessed financial comparison of alternative project concepts. The client used Loyd’s plan to
secure business partners and investors.
 As a consultant Project Manager for an independent U.S. refiner, Loyd lead a team to develop
a petrochemical industry outlook, assessing the client’s capabilities in petrochemicals and
identifying potential petrochemical strategies. The team then prioritized each strategic option
based on financial merits, aligning them with the client’s capabilities, their overall strategies
and implementation risk tolerance.
 In his role as consultant Project Manager, Loyd led teams to identify and prioritize acquisition
targets for a U.S. electric utility. The teams prepared a business plan and financial model to
evaluate a $250 million acquisition of a major oil company.
 Loyd consulted for an international major energy company where he developed their basic
chemicals business strategy. He identified potential growth strategies and characterized
financial attractiveness, risk and implementation alternatives for each option studied.
Loyd holds degrees in chemical engineering from Vanderbilt University and an MBA from Rice
University. Prior to joining APS Loyd held positions with Interox America, Shell Chemical,
Arthur D. Little and Charles River Associates.

Loyd Hayton

Associate

Loyd is an Associate with Alpha Petroleum Services having over twenty-five years’ experience in
the energy and chemical industries. For the majority of his career Loyd has worked with client
teams as a management consultant to identify and implement profitable business solutions in the
areas of strategic development, business creation and process management. Loyd’s wide ranging
responsibilities within APS include contract negotiation, contract administration, cost control,
economic evaluation and logistics management. Highlights of Loyd’s experience include:
 On a $430 million offshore development for an Australian independent oil company, Loyd
managed the commercial and administrative aspects of all equipment and service contracts.
He developed procedures for contract administration, invoice processing, cost control and
reporting and implemented these procedures with client management and accounting
personnel. In addition, Loyd developed the project economic model and performed economic
analysis in support of joint venture partners’ project sanction decision.
 For multiple independent oil companies Loyd performed scoping studies to identify the
preferred field development approach. For each development alternative, Loyd obtained
budgetary quotes and schedule estimates from vendors, using this data to identify the optimal
development scenario. Loyd produced management level reports for each study, for use by the
clients to support their project investment decisions.
 In his consultation with a Latin American National Oil Company, Loyd developed a business
plan to cover a US$2 billion petrochemical complex. The business plan identified attractive
market and product opportunities, defined preferred ownership and financing structures and
assessed financial comparison of alternative project concepts. The client used Loyd’s plan to
secure business partners and investors.
 As a consultant Project Manager for an independent U.S. refiner, Loyd lead a team to develop
a petrochemical industry outlook, assessing the client’s capabilities in petrochemicals and
identifying potential petrochemical strategies. The team then prioritized each strategic option
based on financial merits, aligning them with the client’s capabilities, their overall strategies
and implementation risk tolerance.
 In his role as consultant Project Manager, Loyd led teams to identify and prioritize acquisition
targets for a U.S. electric utility. The teams prepared a business plan and financial model to
evaluate a $250 million acquisition of a major oil company.
 Loyd consulted for an international major energy company where he developed their basic
chemicals business strategy. He identified potential growth strategies and characterized
financial attractiveness, risk and implementation alternatives for each option studied.
Loyd holds degrees in chemical engineering from Vanderbilt University and an MBA from Rice
University. Prior to joining APS Loyd held positions with Interox America, Shell Chemical,
Arthur D. Little and Charles River Associates.

  • Experience
  • Innovation
  • Integrity 

This website uses cookies to provide a better user experience and functionality. By clicking the "I Agree" button you accept our privacy policy.