HOUSTON—Noble Midstream Partners LP announced that Thomas W. Christensen was appointed CFO of the general partner, effective Sept. 25. His responsibilities will include leadership of Noble Midstream’s finance, accounting, information technology and business development teams. Christensen will continue to serve as principal accounting officer of the general partner.
Christensen was appointed interim CFO in July 2019 and has held the position of chief accounting officer of Noble Midstream since August 2016. He previously served as corporate finance manager in Noble Energy Inc.’s treasury group.
Christensen joined Noble Energy Inc. upon its acquisition of Rosetta Resources in July 2015. While at Rosetta, he served in positions of increasing responsibility, including serving as its assistant controller overseeing SEC reporting, corporate accounting, income taxes and technical accounting matters. Christensen started his career as an auditor in PricewaterhouseCoopers’s energy practice. He holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Accounting from Brigham Young University and is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Texas.
Commenting on the announcement, Noble Midstream’s CEO Brent Smolik said, “Tom has extensive energy industry and public company accounting experience and has been a key member of our leadership team since IPO. His background adds significant value during this transformational period as we position the Partnership for strong multi-year cash flow growth.”
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