Gaylon E. Gray is a third generation midstream professional and has worked in the midstream industry since high school. He has worked throughout Texas, the Mid-Continent and Louisiana engineering, constructing and operating sour gas assets, compressor stations, treating facilities, processing plants and fractionators, as well as crude oil gathering and transportation pipelines and terminals.
Prior to forming Stakeholder Midstream, Mr. Gray served as the Vice President of Engineering and Operations at TexStarMidstream Services, LP (now Southcross Energy Partners, LP, NYSE: SXE). At TexStar, Mr. Gray led a team that was responsible for the company’s organic growth and deployed approximately $1.4 billion of capital in just over four years. Key accomplishments include engineering and construction of a 252-mile sour gas gathering system; a 300 Mmcf/d, 225-mile rich gas gathering and processing system; a 63,000 Bbls/d Y-grade transportation and fractionation system; and more than 175 miles of crude oil gathering and transportation pipelines.
Mr. Gray holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from New Mexico State University.