Stephen L. Arata, Chief Executive Officer

Stephen Arata became CEO of Blue Racer Midstream, LLC and Caiman Energy II, LLC effective April 1, 2015. Mr. Arata joined Caiman II's predecessor, Caiman Energy, LLC, as CFO in October 2010. In early 2012, Mr. Arata was a key part of the team that sold Caiman Eastern to Williams Partners (NYSE: WPZ) for $2.5 billion.

Mr. Arata co-founded Caiman Energy II, LLC in mid-2012 and was a lead negotiator in the formation of Blue Racer Midstream, LLC in late 2012. Mr. Arata is also a board member of both Blue Racer Midstream, LLC and Caiman Energy II, LLC.

Prior to joining Caiman Energy, LLC, Mr. Arata was CFO of Regency Energy Partners (NYSE: RGP) and its privately-held predecessor, Regency Gas Services. During his five years at Regency, Mr. Arata led the effort to take Regency public. As CFO of Regency, Mr. Arata completed eleven mergers, acquisitions and divestitures worth more than $3.6 billion as well as over $4 billion of financing transactions in both the private and public markets.

Earlier in his career, Mr. Arata worked for UBS Investment Bank for nine years in both Dallas, Texas, and in London, England, covering the power and pipeline sectors. At UBS, Mr. Arata advised on more than $40 billion of completed mergers and acquisitions as well as on numerous financings.

Prior to UBS, Mr. Arata spent four years as a consultant at Deloitte Consulting, performing strategic consulting assignments for energy clients.

Mr. Arata received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a Bachelor of Business Administration in general business from Southern Methodist University. He also holds a Master of Management degree from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.

Richard D. Moncrief, President, Chief Corporate Development Officer

A co-founder of Caiman Energy II, LLC, Rick Moncrief serves Caiman Energy II, LLC and Blue Racer Midstream, LLC as the President and Chief Corporate Development Officer. Mr. Moncrief has a remarkable track record of success in value creation during his extensive career in the energy industry and has held numerous operational and commercial leadership positions.

In his prior role as Executive Vice President of Business Development, Mr. Moncrief led Caiman’s commercial efforts in West Virginia and Pennsylvania. These efforts led to the successful deployment of over $700 million in capital for the development of gas and condensate gathering systems, gas processing plants, as well as NGL pipelines and fractionation facilities, which were supported with over 550,000 acres and 200,000 MMBTU per day of long term producer commitments. Mr. Moncrief also negotiated the initial anchor commitment to Nova Chemicals in support of the Mariner West purity ethane pipeline to Sarnia, Canada – an important third-party arrangement to move ethane stranded from the rapid development of the Marcellus Shale.

From 2007 until he joined Caiman, Mr. Moncrief served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Regency Energy Partners (NYSE: RGP), a midstream services provider specializing in natural gas. As COO he was responsible for more than 220 employees as well as the operations, engineering, EH&S and commercial activities of the company. Mr. Moncrief joined Regency in 2006 as Senior Vice President of Gas Supply and Business Development following the sale of Sid Richardson Energy Services' west Texas assets to Southern Union. He accepted the role of COO in 2007.

From 2001 to 2006, Mr. Moncrief was Vice President of Engineering and Business Development for Sid Richardson, where he was responsible for the integration and optimization of the Sid Richardson assets. Mr. Moncrief led organic growth initiatives, the acquisition of several idle and underutilized pipelines and the reconfiguration and upgrading of those assets. His leadership led to the 2006 sale of those assets to Southern Union for $1.6 billion.

From 1998 to 2000, Mr. Moncrief served as Vice President of Gas Supply and Business Development for Koch Midstream Services' assets in south and west Texas. From 1986 to 1997 he held various positions at Texas Oil and Gas Corporation, working initially as an engineer for the company's exploration and production subsidiary, TXO Production Company, before moving to Delhi Gas Pipeline Corporation where he held management positions until the company was sold to Koch Midstream.

Mr. Moncrief began his career in 1981 as an engineer with Getty Oil after receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in petroleum engineering from Texas A&M University the same year. He is a Registered Professional Engineer. Mr. Moncrief and his wife have two children.

Kyle T. Irons, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer

Kyle Irons is an Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer for Caiman Energy II and Blue Racer Midstream. Mr. Irons joined Caiman I in October 2010 as Director of Finance and was appointed as Vice President of Finance of Caiman Energy II in July 2012. Prior to joining Caiman, Mr. Irons worked for Regency Energy Partners LP as the Senior Manager of Corporate Strategy from January 2010 to November 2010. From May 2006 to October 2009, Mr. Irons served as a manager in the Construction & Real Estate Advisory Services division at Ernst and Young. Mr. Irons holds a Bachelor of Arts in business administration from Southwestern University and a Masters of Science in engineering from the University of Texas.

Daniel M. Wentworth, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer

Daniel Wentworth’s midstream experience has focused on business development, engineering design, construction, gas gathering and processing operations.

Mr. Wentworth joined Caiman Energy in 2010 as director of engineering and later served as vice president of engineering. Mr. Wentworth and his engineering team were responsible for installation of more than 500 million cubic feet per day (Mmcf/d) of processing capacity at Caiman's Fort Beeler cryogenic facility in Cameron, West Virginia. This included designing and installing a 138kv power line along with a 138kv substation. While running Caiman's engineering group he also supervised the installation of Caiman's Moundsville fractionator and helped double the capacity of Caiman's condensate system.

Prior to Caiman, Mr. Wentworth worked for Regency Energy Partners (NYSE: RGP), a midstream natural gas service provider. At Regency, he managed the operations and engineering activities associated with plants, compressor stations and pipeline assets in the Haynesville, Logansport, and North Louisiana areas. As the Director of the Regency Intrastate Gas System (RIGS), Mr. Wentworth assembled a team to commission and operate Regency's north Louisiana intrastate system up to two billion cubic feet. At Regency, Mr. Wentworth also installed several compressor stations, including an acid injection facility at Regency's Waha plant in west Texas. Other projects included the redesign of gas processing and treating facilities in north Louisiana, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Mr. Wentworth also lead a team in the redesign of Regency's Waha gathering assets which significantly reduced operations and management expenditures.

Mr. Wentworth received his Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Mississippi State University. He and his wife, Sarah, have two young boys.

R. Austin Anderson, Executive Vice President, Chief Commercial Officer

Mr. Anderson was appointed as Blue Racer LLC’s Executive Vice President—Chief Commercial Officer in February 2019. Mr. Anderson served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Salt Fork Resources, LLC, a privately held exploration and production company focused in the Utica Shale. Salt Fork Resources was sold in August 2018. Before founding Salt Fork Resources, Mr. Anderson worked for Caiman I and Caiman, where he served in various commercial and finance roles, including Vice President of Business Development. Mr. Anderson was an associate at Macquarie Capital Advisors from 2009 to 2010.Mr. Anderson received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Baylor University and holds a joint Juris Doctorate and Masters of Business Administration degree from The Ohio State University.

Steven L. Green, Senior Vice President, Engineering, Operations

Mr. Green joined Caiman Energy II in 2013 as Director of Engineering and has held roles as Senior Director of Process Engineering and Vice President of Engineering & Operations. Mr. Green and his engineering and operations team are responsible for day to day operations of the gathering system, gas & liquids processing facilities and the transportation of purity products to market as well as the engineering design and installation of gathering systems (Dehy, Comp Stations and Pump Stations) along with gas and liquids processing facilities. Prior to joining Caiman Energy II, Mr. Green held multiple roles at Plains Gas Solutions (NYSE:PAA) and was responsible for overseeing the engineering and installation of three cryogenic processing facilities with up to 175-mmscfd a day of capacity. He was responsible for the efficient and safe operations of five gas processing facilities with a combined capacity of up to 750-mmscfd, as well as, responsible for a condensate stabilization facility, located in the Eagle Ford Shale, with capacities up to 80,000 bbl/day. Mr. Green entered the Midstream space with Regency Energy Partners (NYSE:RGP) in 2008 where he held roles as Operations Engineer and Business Development Manager. As Operations Engineer, he supported operations of a sour gas gathering system and processing facility which included 3,000-GPM of Amine treating, a 900 LTon/day Sulfur Recover Unit along with a 40-mmscfd Nitrogen Rejection gas processing plant. While Business Development Manager, Mr. Green was responsible for the scoping and development of projects ranging from the expansion of a Intrastate gas pipeline network as well as for gathering systems located within the Haynesville, Eagle Ford shale plays and within the Permian Basin. Mr. Green received his Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Mississippi State University.

Tony L. Strehlow, Senior Vice President, Chief Accounting Officer

Tony Strehlow brings 20 years of energy industry experience to Caiman Energy. He has significant expertise and strong leadership skills in all facets of accounting, finance, budget performance and analysis, risk management and administration for both the upstream and midstream segments of the energy sector. He has developed and implemented accounting systems, business processes and reporting infrastructure for several companies, including Caiman Energy. He has managed substantial back- and mid-office functions responsible for settlements of more than $2 billion per year. He has formulated risk management and insurance programs for several companies with aggressive capital spending programs consistently in excess of $100 million per year. In addition to financial functions, Mr. Strehlow's expertise also includes the creation of effective organizational policies and practices to foster productive and cohesive work environments.

Prior to joining Caiman in September 2009, Mr. Strehlow worked in a number of private and publicly held entities, most recently Hallwood Energy and Crosstex Energy. Mr. Strehlow received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting from the University of North Texas.

Christopher C. Juban, Senior Vice President, General Counsel

Chris Juban joined Caiman II in May 2014 as Senior Vice President — General Counsel. He was appointed as Senior Vice President — General Counsel of Blue Racer in August 2014. From October 2010 to March 2014, Mr. Juban was a Managing Director in the Midstream Group at Evercore Partners, an independent investment banking firm, where he provided strategic advisory and other investment banking services to midstream companies and MLPs. From December 2004 to June 2010, Mr. Juban was an Executive Director in the Midstream & MLP Group at UBS Investment Bank, a full service investment banking firm, where he provided investment banking services to midstream companies and MLPs. From September 1998 to November 2004, Mr. Juban was an associate attorney in the Corporate Finance & Securities Practice Group at Vinson & Elkins LLP. Mr. Juban holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in history and government from the University of Texas at Austin and a Juris Doctor degree from the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law.