Stephen Luskey, co-founder, executive vice president and chief commercial officer of Brazos Midstream, is today’s featured Forty Under 40 honoree.
As one of the founding members of Brazos Midstream, Luskey has been instrumental in the company’s success from day one. The oil and gas downturn didn’t stop Brazos from becoming one of the largest private midstream companies in the southern Delaware Basin.
“Co-founding Brazos Midstream with three great partners in early 2015, when the industry was in one of the worst environments since the financial crisis, is certainly something I’m extremely proud of,” Luskey said. “Being able to choose who you partner with and then develop the teams that help you build your company is a matter of personal pride.”
Prior to joining Brazos, he spent most of his career with EnLink Midstream (formerly known as Crosstex Energy), where he held several business development and commercial positions.
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