Midstream services company Caballo Energy is expanding and has added three new executives to company.
The news comes on the heels of the Tulsa-based company’s announcement to build a new cyrogenic professing plant to serve expanding natural gas production in the liquids-rich Mississippi Lime and Cana Woodford Shale plays.
Glenn Powell has joined Caballo as chief commercial officer. Powell previously served as the COO of Atlas Pipeline Partners LP. Wayne Bennett has also joined Caballo as director of engineering operations. Prior to joining Caballo, Bennett served as senior engineering technician for ScissorTail Energy LLC (now Copano Energy LLC) and as area manager for the Elk City subsidiary of Atlas Pipeline Partners LP. Finally, Rich McCullough has joined Caballo Energy as vice president of finance and accounting. McCullough is a certified public accountant and most recently served as the manager of financial reporting for Alliance Resource Partners LP and an audit manager for Grant Thornton LLP.