Chief Operating Officer
Leonard Bloom has over 38 years of experience in engineering, construction, operations, maintenance and management. Prior to joining Camelback Midstream, Leonard served as Vice President of Logistics Capital Projects at Andeavor/Marathon Petroleum Corporation, where he was responsible for the safe engineering and execution for all Andeavor logistics organic growth and routine operational capital projects, including crude gathering and pipelines, natural gas gathering and processing, and NGL fractionation. Leonard retired from Marathon Petroleum Corporation in 2019. Prior to the merger of Western Refining and Andeavor, Leonard held the role of Vice President of Pipelines, responsible for safe operational and maintenance activities, engineering support, and capital project engineering and execution for all midstream activities. Previously, Leonard worked for Chevron for 22 years serving in a variety of leadership roles including Engineering, Safety & Environmental and Operational roles. Leonard Bloom holds a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from New Mexico State University and is a registered Professional Engineer in New Mexico and Wyoming.
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.