Enable Midstream Partners names Sailor as CFO

Enable Midstream Partners LP

Enable Midstream Partners LP report that Rodney J. Sailor has been named executive vice president and CFO, effective April 1. He joins the company from WPX Energy, where he most recently served as senior vice president and CFO.  

Before joining WPX, Sailor was vice president and treasurer for The Williams Companies. During that time, he assisted in the formation of two master limited partnerships; Williams Partners (WPZ) and Williams Pipeline Partners (WMZ) and the spin-off of WPX Energy. He also served as a director of Williams Partners GP LLC, the general partner of WPZ, from October 2007 until February 2010, and as a director of Williams Pipeline GP LLC, the general partner of WMZ, from January 2008 until WMZ merged with WPZ in August 2010.

As assistant treasurer of Williams, Sailor was responsible for capital restructuring and capital markets transactions and oversight of Williams’ balance sheet restructuring program responsible for bringing Williams back to an investment grade rating in 2007. Throughout his 27-year career at Williams, he served in a variety of leadership positions focused on corporate finance, strategic planning and development, accounting, and international finance. Sailor holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Oklahoma State University.

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