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TransMontaigne appoints new CEO

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TransMontaigne Partners LLC (TransMontaigne), a leading provider of terminaling, storage, transportation and related services to the energy industry, has announced that Randal Maffett has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of the company, effective 1 October 2023 (USA).

TransMontaigne appoints new CEO

Fred Boutin, who has served as CEO of TransMontaigne since 2014, will become Executive Chairman of the Board of Managers of TLP Acquisition Holdings, LLC.

“TransMontaigne’s strategic asset footprint will enable the company to continue to grow with its customers, including to support energy transition related projects. Mr. Maffett’s longstanding track record, and alignment with our long-term objectives, makes him an ideal choice to lead this transformation,” said Angelo Acconcia, a board member and a partner at ArcLight Capital Partners, LLC, which invested in the business in 2016.

“We are grateful for Fred’s significant contributions to TransMontaigne over the years. Under his leadership, the company has experienced significant growth while maintaining exemplary health and safety credentials and providing superb reliability to customers.”

Prior to joining TransMontaigne, Maffett served as Chief Commercial Officer of Kinder Morgan Terminals from 2014 – 2019, Senior Vice President, Corporate Development of CVR Energy, Inc. from 2011 – 2014, and in other roles in the energy industry dating back to 1979.

“I am honoured by the opportunity to serve as TransMontaigne’s next CEO. The Company’s 54 state-of-the-art terminals are ideally situated to meet our customers’ evolving demand requirements. As the use of renewable fuels becomes more common, our terminals are primed to take on the logistical needs of bulk liquid suppliers across the United States,” said Maffett.

“I look forward to working with the leadership team to continue to create superior value for all our stakeholders and employees.”

Boutin guided TransMontaigne through a period of progressive transformation, including the privatisation of TransMontaigne Partners LP in 2019, the acquisition of two large terminals in Northern California in 2019 and the acquisition of a significant terminaling and pipeline presence in the Pacific Northwest in 2021.

“It has been a privilege to lead TransMontaigne for the last nine years,” said Boutin. “I could not be more pleased that Randy will be the next CEO. He has a proven track record in our industry and is the right leader to ensure TransMontaigne’s continued success.”

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