Chief Executive Officer
Brent McCune has over 30 years of experience in business development, M&A, operations and engineering across refining and crude oil, natural gas and product logistics. Brent most recently served as Vice President Logistics Business Development for Andeavor where he was responsible for the development of crude oil, natural gas gathering and processing, and terminalling and transportation segments. Prior to the merger of Western Refining and Andeavor, Brent McCune served as Senior Vice President in several roles leading Strategic Planning, Business Development, Capital Projects and Supply and Trading at Western Refining. In addition, he has held leadership positions in refining, planning, operations, commercial, engineering and corporate development at Premcor, Lyondell-Citgo and ARCO. Brent holds a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University.
On the formation of this new endeavor, Brent McCune states that “we look forward to building Camelback Midstream with a focus on targeted regions where we see opportunity and have strong relationships and a history of success. We work closely with our customers to develop creative, practical solutions that meet their logistical and marketing needs. We are excited to have an experienced infrastructure investor like ArcLight as our partner as we evaluate potential acquisition and investment opportunities in this rapidly evolving midstream landscape.”
About Camelback Midstream Holdings, LLC
Camelback Midstream is an independent energy infrastructure logistics company focused on the acquisition and organic development of midstream infrastructure and services necessary to transport, gather, store and market hydrocarbons from the wellhead to market. Camelback Midstream is backed by a $400 million capital commitment from ArcLight and the Camelback Midstream management team. The company is based in Scottsdale with an additional office in Houston.
Camelback Midstream is led by its CEO, Brent McCune, and its management team comprised of Gary Wright, Todd Stanley, Tiffany Smith, Leonard Bloom and Rebecca Peterson, all of whom have a successful history of working together in the energy infrastructure industry.