Management

BRIAN W. FREED

Brian Freed

Chief Executive Officer and President

Brian Freed

Chief Executive Officer and President

BRIAN W. FREED serves as chief executive officer and president of Altus Midstream. Freed has also served as Apache Corporation’s senior vice president – Midstream and Marketing since April 2017 with leadership and oversight of all of Apache’s global midstream and marketing strategies, activities and business opportunities.

Previously, Freed served as senior vice president of commercial operations, Western United States for Crestwood Equity Partners LP from 2015 to 2017; as vice president of crude logistics for Inergy from 2012 to 2015, which merged with Crestwood; and as vice president of business development for Rangeland Energy LLC since 2011, until its sale to Inergy in 2012. In 2010, Freed led the merger and recapitalization of Energy Solutions International with Entessa and took the helm as chief executive officer until the company was sold to Oaktree Capital. Freed remained with Energy Solutions International as a member of the board and audit committee until the company was sold to Emerson in 2015.

Freed earned his Bachelor of Science in finance from West Virginia University and served with honor and distinction as a field artillery officer in the United States Army, achieving the rank of captain.

He is one of the inaugural inductees into the Army ROTC Hall of Fame.

BEN C. RODGERS

Ben Rodgers

Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer

Ben Rodgers

Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer

BEN C. RODGERS serves as the chief financial officer and treasurer of Altus Midstream. Rodgers has also served as vice president and treasurer to Apache Corporation since May 2018.

Previously, Rodgers served as senior vice president at EIG Global Energy Partners, where he led an investment team focusing on originating and managing oil and gas debt and equity investments in North America. Before that, he was with Concho Resources serving in a variety of leadership roles including vice president of Commodities and Midstream and vice president and treasurer. He also previously held the role of vice president, Syndicated and Leveraged Finance, in the Investment Banking Division of J.P. Morgan Securities. Before that, he was senior consultant in the Advisory Services group at Ernst & Young.

Rodgers holds an MBA in finance from the University of Texas at Austin and a bachelor's degree in finance from Texas A&M University.