Grant Adams has been promoted to chief executive officer of Dallas-based Goodnight Midstream LLC, a portfolio company of Tailwater Capital LLC and a leading provider of produced water handling services.
Goodnight’s current CEO, Patrick Walker, will continue to serve as an active member of the company’s board of directors upon completion of the CEO transition process.
“Goodnight’s Board of Directors is proud to recognize the years of quality work Grant Adams has contributed to Goodnight Midstream. He has been a strong leader within the company for many years and we are excited about Goodnight’s continued growth and long-term success under his leadership in this new role,” Jason Downie, co-founder and managing partner of Tailwater Capital, said in a statement. “We thank Patrick Walker for his stewardship of Goodnight over the last 12 years and look forward to continuing to work with him on the Board going forward.”
Adams joined Goodnight Midstream in 2016 as general counsel and previously was in-house counsel to EnLink Midstream and Alon Energy. As CEO, Adams will continue to work closely with the management team and oversee all facets of the business.
Leading the next chapter of growth
“I’m honored and excited to step into the role of CEO at Goodnight Midstream and to build on the exceptional work of our previous CEO, Patrick Walker. Under his leadership, the company has achieved remarkable success, and I am grateful for his mentorship and guidance during my time here,” Adams said in a statement. “I am confident in our talented team’s ability to continue to deliver exceptional services to our customers, and I look forward to leading Goodnight Midstream in the next chapter of its growth.”
Walker said that Adams brings a strong background to his new role.
“Grant will be a great CEO for Goodnight. He has been instrumental in Goodnight’s success and knows the business inside and out. Goodnight has great support from Tailwater, a strong balance sheet, outstanding facilities, and an incredible team of professionals providing safe and reliable service to our customers,” Walker said. “I am confident that Goodnight will continue to thrive in the years ahead.”
Goodnight Midstream builds and operates produced water infrastructure for oil and gas producers, and it owns and operates an extensive network of water gathering pipelines and saltwater disposal wells focused on gathering, transporting, reusing, and disposing of produced saltwater for its customers.
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