Noble Midstream Partners LP (NYSE: NBLX) has appointed Martin Salinas, Jr. as an independent director on the company’s Board of Directors, joining Hallie A. Vanderhider in such role. Vanderhider has served as an independent director since Noble Midstream's initial public offering in September. With the addition, Noble Midstream’s board consists of six directors, including two independent directors.
Salinas currently serves as the CEO of Phase 4 Energy Partners Inc., and he served as CFO of Energy Transfer Partners LP (ETP) prior to joining Phase 4. Salinas joined ETP in 2004 and served as controller and vice president of finance until being appointed as chief financial officer in 2008. Salinas has also served in various financial and leadership capacities at Sunoco Logistics LP and Sunoco Partners LP. He began his career at KPMG LP.
Since May 2013, Vanderhider has served as managing partner of Catalyst Partners LLC. Between 2003 and 2013, she worked at Black Stone Minerals Company LP, serving most recently as a member of the board of directors and as president and COO. She previously was the Black Stone’s executive vice president and CFO until being appointed as the president and COO in 2007. Vanderhider also served as CFO of EnCap Investments LP and in a variety of positions at Damson Oil Corp.