A team born out of a crisis
The devastating Deepwater Horizon oil spill of 2010 brought Clint Wood, Mark Woeppel and Trip Bellard together. Clint was in charge of critical resources for the massive response operation, and he worked closely with Mark and Trip on developing the technology and infrastructure required to decontaminate and decommission the 15,000 vessels used for the clean-up – the largest fleet of vessels ever assembled. Together, they successfully delivered the project eight months early and $1.4 billion under budget.
Extracting value from disruption for CRE
The insights and experience gained from cleaning up the biggest oil spill in history, combined with Clint, Mark and Trip’s individual track records in driving unprecedented ROI for complex capital development projects, led the Trajectory team to a revelation:
Capital Projects Expertise
Our team of capital projects experts have dramatically improved capital efficiency time and time again, unlocking billions in value across dozens of similarly complicated global industries.
40,000 PEOPLE IN SIX WEEKS
Critical roles in building the fastest growing organization in history – 40,000 people in 6 weeks
BILLIONS IN VALUE CREATION
Unlocked billions in capital projects / assets value for some of the world’s largest companies
CRISIS MANAGEMENT SOLUTION
Built world’s most effective crisis management solution
1.4 BILLION UNDER BUDGET
Decommissioned largest fleet of vessels in history and delivered project $1.4B under budget
The Trajectory Team
CLINT WOOD / CEO
As Chief Executive Officer of Trajectory Development Partners, Clint breaks through the status quo with his ability to lead innovative solutions; transforming supply chains, uncovering value, and building/scaling organizations to achieve stellar results. It is Clint’s leadership during BP’s Deepwater Horizon Spill, however, that best exemplifies his management expertise. It was also this crisis that connected the unique talents of Mark Woeppel, Trip Bellard and Clint together to clean up the gulf coast. Clint’s and his team ensured the growth of supply chain capacities for BP by up to 10,000% in a matter of weeks — addressing worldwide shortages in critical resources. He also drove supply chain integrations to remediate capital assets, addressing 400 simultaneous capital development projects to mitigate risk and help resuscitate the company.
Even more recently, Clint led the supply chain digital transformation program for the most profitable company in the world. In the first year, Clint’s team more than doubled technology value contribution to nearly $200 million annual savings. For Clint, it is this same opportunity for value extraction that digitally driven disruption can bring the Commercial Real Estate industry.
Mark Woeppel / COO
Before he was Chief Operating Officer, Mark earned notoriety as a capital projects process optimization expert. He has consulted with Fortune 500 companies, written books on advanced process efficiency, and applied his groundbreaking methodologies to manage risks, save time, and increase profits across a wide range of industries, including oil & gas, water purification, and manufacturing. After other critical roles on the response, Mark joined Clint Wood and Trip Bellard to decommission the large fleet of vessels used to clean up the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Mark applied his execution optimization methodology to help bring in the project months ahead of schedule and $1.4 billion under budget. That same methodology and result-driven approach is now at the heart of Trajectory’s disruptive CREOS solution for the Commercial Real Estate industry.
Emory “Trip” Bellard III / CIO
As Chief Information Officer, Trip leverages his success working on complicated, large-scale development projects in high pressure and fast changing environments around the world. Trip brings over seventeen years of business and military leadership, as well as business development experience consulting for global companies with revenues ranging from $10M to $6.825B.
Trip worked alongside Clint Wood and Mark Woeppel for the first time when he led a highly specialized team to develop the process and custom technology to decontaminate and decommission over 15,000 vessels, the largest fleet in history. Working together, the trio’s expertise was critical in saving BP $1.4 billion, and bringing in the project eight months early.
With an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Trip’s ability to map complex business processes, optimize fit-for-purpose technical solutions, and facilitate efficient alignment around large scale change helps ensure that the CREOS Technology Ecosystem is able to rapidly model and then deliver investment strategies based on real world opportunities and risks.