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American Midstream announces new Senior VP and COO

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American Midstream Partners, LP (the partnership) has announced that the general partner of the partnership appointed Rene L. Casadaban as Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer effective 6 March. Casadaban succeeds Matthew Roland, who served as Chief Operating Officer since 2013.

Casadaban has 26 years of midstream project management and business development experience for onshore, offshore and deepwater pipeline systems. Casadaban is the former Chief Operating Officer for Summit Midstream Partners, LP (Summit).

Prior to joining Summit, Casadaban worked for Enterprise Products Partners LP as the Director for Deepwater Business Development of floating production platforms and offshore pipelines. Casadaban has also served as an independent consultant to ExxonMobil Corporation and GulfTerra Energy Partners, LP for Gulf of Mexico and international pipeline projects. At Land and Marine Engineering Limited, Casadaban was responsible for managing domestic and international pipeline river crossings and beach approaches by horizontal directional drilling.

Casadaban began his career as a field engineer for McDermott International Inc. He currently serves on the Board of Angel Reach and is a graduate of Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science in Building Construction.

“We are excited to welcome Rene to American Midstream. He is a seasoned veteran in our industry who brings a high level of credibility and is a great fit for our management team,” said Lynn Bourdon, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer. “Rene’s energy expertise and leadership capabilities make him well-suited to assume this role and help lead the partnership into the next phase of growth.”

"Additionally, I would like to thank Matt; his tireless commitment and energy was instrumental in the success of many of the initiatives pursued by the partnership. We will miss him and wish him well as he moves on to new ventures,” concluded Bourdon.

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