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Richard A. Hubbell
President and Chief Executive Officer

Age: 70
RPC, Inc. Ownership: 2,875,374
Mr. Hubbell has been President of RPC, Inc., since 1987 and CEO since April 2003. He has also been the President and Chief Executive Officer of Marine Products Corporation (boat manufacturing) since February 2001. Mr. Hubbell serves on the Board of Directors for both of these companies. Previously, he was Executive Vice President of Rollins Communications, Inc., a media company. He joined Rollins, Inc. in 1970. Mr. Hubbell received a B.A. in Economics from Westminster College.

Ben M. Palmer
Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer

Age: 54
RPC, Inc. Ownership: 608,320
Mr. Palmer has been Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of RPC since 1996. He is also Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of Marine Products Corporation. He joined RPC following three years as the CFO of EQ Services, a commercial mortgage and asset management subsidiary of The Equitable Companies. Prior to that, he spent ten years with Arthur Andersen in its audit and business advisory services division. Mr. Palmer has a B.S. in Business Administration from Auburn University.

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