Chris Storey (left) and Aaron Hencke
Silver Creek Midstream LLC, an Irving-based private midstream company that operates crude oil gathering, transportation, and storage assets in Wyoming, has promoted two senior leaders.
Chris Storey has been promoted to President and CFO, where he will assist in the overall management of the Silver Creek organization. Previously, he was senior vice president and CFO.
Aaron Hencke, who previously was senior vice president of operations, has been appointed EVP and COO, where he will continue to lead the daily operations of the company’s assets in Wyoming.
“Having worked alongside Chris and Aaron for over nine years, I know firsthand that their insight, expertise and values have played a key role in the development of Silver Creek, and these promotions reflect the strength and depth of our best-in-class team,” J. Patrick Barley, founder, chairman, and CEO of Silver Creek, said in a statement. “I thank them for their relentless dedication to our company and our customers, and I look forward to continuing to work alongside them in these expanded roles as we grow our footprint across the Powder River, Big Horn and Wind River Basins.”
Founded in 2017, Silver Creek has acquired and developed assets that serve the Powder River, Big Horn, and Wind River Basins.
The company is backed by equity commitments from Tailwater Capital, The Energy & Minerals Group, and Silver Creek Management.
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