DALLAS—EnLink Midstream LLC (NYSE: ENLC) May 22 named Justin Griffin as the company’s senior vice president of business and corporate development. In his new role, Griffin will oversee EnLink’s strategic growth plan and reinforce the company’s focus on new project development and M&A activity.
“Justin and his team are focused on finding highly accretive projects and transactions that leverage EnLink’s existing asset platform and create value for our company, customers and investors,” EnLink President and CEO Mike Garberding said. “Our purposely built asset platform provides tremendous access to multicommodity opportunities, while our partnership with Global Infrastructure Partners provides access to competitive capital. The strength of our teams, partners, and assets uniquely positions EnLink to take advantage of organic and M&A opportunities.”
Griffin has held a variety of functional and management roles in engineering, construction and business development during his 12-year tenure with EnLink and its predecessor company. He most recently served as vice president – business development, a role in which he led business development efforts across crude oil, NGL, and gas gathering and processing, as well as focused on development efforts for EnLink’s Oklahoma assets. He earned a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Texas A&M University.
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