Matador Resources Co. promoted Brian J. Wiley to president of midstream operations, executive vice president and CFO effective Feb. 16, a company press release announced the same day.

In addition to the new roles, Wiley will continue as San Mateo Midstream LLC's president. He joined the company in February 2014 as deputy general counsel and has since made a series of upward career transitions.

Wiley will succeed Michael Frenzel, who served as principal financial officer for the past year and will continue to serve as executive vice president and treasurer.

"Brian has been a key member of Matador since he joined us. The board and I congratulate him on this promotion to Chief Financial Officer and all of us look forward to working with him in that role," founder, chairman and CEO Joseph Foran commented in the release.

"In this new role, Brian will serve as Matador’s principal financial officer and will have the opportunity to develop deeper relationships with our directors, investors, lenders, analysts and other stakeholders as well as playing a larger role in planning, strategy and personnel decisions," he continued.

Prior to this promotion, Wiley held the roles of president and general counsel of midstream operations, executive vice president of Matador and president of San Mateo, Matador's midstream joint venture. He also served as a senior associate at Baker Botts before joining Matador.