San Antonio-based Howard Energy Partners named Herbie Goldstein senior vice president and CFO, a company press release announced on Oct. 17.
Goldstein joined the company in 2016, serving as interim CFO in 2021, during which he led the company's execution of $400 million inaugural senior unsecured notes offering and an extension of its $1 billion revolving credit facility.
As CFO, he will be be responsible for the company's financial and accounting functions, such as strategic planning, corporate development, capital origination, investor relations, financial reporting and tax, Howard Energy Partners stated.
"I am excited about the opportunity this role represents for both Herbie and our company," chairman and CEO Mike Howard commented in the release. "Herbie has been instrumental in the growth of Howard Energy Partners, and over the past year he has demonstrated his ability to lead high-performing teams and execute on our strategic initiatives."
During his time with Howard Energy Partners, Goldstein has led the company's M&A efforts and corporate development, overseeing deal evaluation and structuring of over $2 billion of greenfield projects and M&A transactions.
Prior to joining Howard Energy Partners, he advised on capital market and M&A transactions in the midstream and energy infrastructure sector as part of RBC Capital Markets' energy investment banking group.
"Herbie’s financial and industry expertise, coupled with his collaborative leadership approach, make him uniquely qualified to serve as our CFO as we continue to scale our platform of critical energy infrastructure assets," Howard continued.
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