The EnLink Midstream companies, EnLink Midstream Partners, LP (ENLK) (the Partnership) and EnLink Midstream, LLC (ENLC) (the General Partner) (together “EnLink”), today named Benjamin D. Lamb to the position of Senior Vice President – Finance and Corporate Development, effective immediately. In his new role, Mr. Lamb will continue to lead mergers, acquisitions and financing transactions for EnLink. He will also partner with the Gas and Liquids Business Units to identify and execute development projects that support EnLink’s overall growth strategy.
Prior to joining Crosstex Energy, EnLink’s predecessor, in 2012, he worked in the investment banking industry, focusing on clients in the energy industry. Mr. Lamb earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in finance, economics and international business from Baylor University.
“Ben’s financial expertise and broad experience in energy transactions make him uniquely qualified to lead a team focused on generating opportunities to help us double the size of the company by 2017,” said Barry E. Davis, EnLink’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “He has been an important part of the development and execution of the $1 billion of growth projects that we recently announced. I am confident he will continue to make major contributions to the future success of EnLink.”
About the EnLink Midstream Companies
EnLink Midstream is a leading midstream provider formed through the combination of Crosstex Energy and substantially all of the U.S. midstream assets of Devon Energy. EnLink Midstream is publicly traded through two entities: EnLink Midstream, LLC (ENLC), the publicly traded general partner entity, and EnLink Midstream Partners, LP (ENLK), the master limited partnership.
EnLink Midstream’s assets are located in many of North America’s premier oil and gas regions, including the Barnett Shale, Permian Basin, Cana-Woodford Shale, Arkoma-Woodford Shale, Eagle Ford Shale, Haynesville Shale, Gulf Coast region, Utica Shale and Marcellus Shale. Based in Dallas, Texas, EnLink Midstream’s assets include approximately 8,800 miles of gathering and transportation pipelines, 13 processing plants with 3.4 billion cubic feet per day of net processing capacity, seven fractionators with 252,000 barrels per day of net fractionation capacity, as well as barge and rail terminals, product storage facilities, brine disposal wells, an extensive crude oil trucking fleet and equity investments in certain private midstream companies.