Len Waguespack, Todd Reid, and Amanda Luckey

Management Team




Mr. Reid has 22 years of experience as an energy industry leader.  Most recently, Mr. Reid held the position of Executive Vice President of Marketing, Risk Management, and Midstream with Energy XXI, helping to build the company from shortly after its inception.  In addition, he served as Chairman of the company’s Risk Management Committee.  During his tenure, Mr. Reid supervised EXXI’s marketing, hedging and midstream activities, and managed the company’s insurance portfolio.

Prior to joining Energy XXI, Mr. Reid held numerous leadership roles in the energy industry, serving as President of Houston Research and Trading, Senior VP of Marketing and Risk Management at Duke Energy, Senior VP at NP Energy, and VP of Marketing and Risk Management at Dynegy.

Mr. Reid’s entrepreneurial roots trace back to his days as a floor trader in Chicago, where he spent six years trading equity options.  He was a member of the Chicago Board Options Exchange and of the Chicago Board of Trade.  Mr. Reid holds a BS in Math and Physics from Illinois College and an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis, Mo.

Mr. Reid resides in Houston, TX, where he actively supports his community through involvement with local charities including Helping Friends, Search, Medical Bridges, Alley Theatre, BEAR, and the Weekley YMCA.  He and his wife Amy have two sons, Samuel and Will. He enjoys fly fishing, snow skiing and golfing.


Vice President, Commercial Operations


Prior to joining Bluewing Midstream, Ms. Luckey served as Senior Manager, Marketing & Risk Management with Energy XXI, a publicly-traded independent oil and natural gas producer focused on the Gulf of Mexico. Amanda directed all physical product pricing, sales, and transportation as well as commodity hedging strategy across the EXXI asset portfolio. Ms. Luckey marketed crude oil, natural gas, and natural gas liquids production for the largest public independent producer on the Gulf of Mexico shelf. Amanda managed pricing, sales, transportation, and processing of approximately 65,000 barrels of oil equivalent (BOE) per day.

Ms. Luckey is highly experienced in negotiation of crude and gas sales contracts, NAESBs, pipeline transportation agreements, and gas processing agreements. She developed and maintained relationships with a wide variety of counterparties and market participants including marketers, pipelines, and other producers. Counterparties included Shell, ExxonMobil, Chevron, Kinetica, Enterprise, Targa, Trafigura, and Citibank.

Ms. Luckey holds a BA in Communication from Texas A&M University and a Graduate Certificate in Finance and Accounting from Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business. Ms. Luckey currently serves as a Board Director of BEAR, a Houston-based charity aiding Harris County CPS Kids.


Vice President, Midstream Operations


Prior to joining Bluewing Midstream, Mr. Waguespack held the position of Pipeline Corporate Manager with Energy XXI, a publicly-traded independent oil and natural gas producer focused on the Gulf of Mexico.  Mr. Waguespack previously served as Energy XXI’s Field Operations Superintendent.  In his various capacities at Energy XXI, he was responsible for managing the company’s physical midstream facilities operations, including tariff and rate enforcement, project management, cost analysis and restructuring, shipper communications, regulatory compliance, safety, and more. 

Mr. Waguespack joined Energy XXI from ExxonMobil, where he managed Field Operations in Mississippi and Louisiana.  Prior to his time at ExxonMobil, Mr. Waguespack began his career in the oil and gas industry as a Corrosion Technician for Coastal Corrosion Control.  He is an active member of The Pipeliners Association of Houston and of the National Association of Corrosion Engineers. 

Since 2012, Mr. Waguespack has served as Director for Dream Adventures, a children's charity offering "once-in-a-lifetime" outdoor & sporting experience opportunities to under-served children.  Mr. Waguespack is a native of southern Louisiana and attended Louisiana State University.