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Joseph S. Cappello Joins the Board of Directors of Aereon

December 5, 2016

Austin, Texas (December 5, 2016) Aereon, a leading global provider of emission control devices and related services to the upstream,  midstream and downstream energy sectors, announced today that Joseph S. Cappello has joined the Company’s Board of Directors as an independent director.

John U. Clarke, Executive Chairman of the Board of Aereon and a Partner of Turnbridge Capital LLC said, “We are delighted that Joe has accepted our invitation to join the board.  Joe is a highly regarded industry executive and brings nearly 30 years of highly relevant experience in product technology and development, manufacturing, sales and marketing and board level advisory assignments.  Joe has a proven track record of driving value creation across a variety of industry assignments.  He will be an impactful addition to our board deliberations and a great resource available to the Company’s management team.”

Joseph S. Cappello said, “I look forward to working with the Aereon board of directors and the Company’s management team and contributing to their collective efforts to build a world class company – leveraging established product technologies, broad service capabilities and customer responsiveness.”


Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Aereon is a global leader in gas and vapor combustion and recovery technologies and services and a portfolio company of Turnbridge Capital, LLC.  Aereon was formed in 2012 upon the combination of Flare Industries LLC and Jordan Technologies.  Aereon offers a broad product line of engineered custom and standard flare systems, EPA certified enclosed combustion systems, ignition systems and vapor recovery units.  For more information, visit

Turnbridge Capital, LLC is an energy-focused private equity firm with offices in Dallas and Houston, TX.  Turnbridge seeks to invest alongside experienced management teams in companies that provide products and services to the upstream, midstream and downstream end-market segments.  For more information, visit