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EnLink Midstream announces Iles promotion

By Bob Downing Published: May 6, 2014

From EnLink Midstream on Monday:

DALLAS, May 5, 2014 --- EnLink Midstream, LLC (NYSE: ENLC) (the General Partner) and EnLink Midstream Partners, LP (NYSE: ENLK) (the Master Limited Partnership) today announced that Brad B. Iles has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Business Development, effective immediately. In his new role, Iles will partner with EnLink Midstream’s Gas and Liquids Business Unit leadership teams to identify and execute development projects that support EnLink Midstream’s overall growth strategy.

 

“Brad played a vital role in the development and execution of growth opportunities at Crosstex Energy, and we are pleased that he will continue to lead our business development efforts at EnLink in his expanded role,” said Barry E. Davis, EnLink Midstream President and Chief Executive Officer. “Through Brad’s leadership, EnLink Midstream is well positioned to execute on our plan to enhance our existing asset base and provide a solid foundation for strong, sustainable growth over the near and long-term.”

 

During his 10-year tenure at EnLink Midstream and Crosstex Energy, Iles has managed various functional departments including corporate development, business development and engineering. Most recently, Iles served as Vice President of Business Development for the Gas Gathering, Processing and Transmission business at Crosstex, where his team was responsible for development of the recently announced Bearkat gathering and processing project in West Texas. He began his career at Crosstex Energy as a Project Engineer in 2004. Iles is a graduate of Texas A&M University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering.

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