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Stabilis Energy Hires Trey Brandimarte as Director of Finance, Accounting and Administration

BEAUMONT, TX--(Marketwired - February 19, 2014) -  Stabilis Energy has hired Trey Brandimarte as Director of Finance, Accounting, and Administration. Mr. Brandimarte will be responsible for leading the Company's finance and accounting activities to optimize the company's financial performance and strategic position.

"Stabilis is proud to have Trey join our team," said Jim Reddinger, CFO of Stabilis Energy. "He brings world class skills in finance and accounting that our business needs to support its growth. We are pleased to welcome a professional manager of Trey's caliber to the Stabilis team."

Mr. Brandimarte comes to Stabilis from Dell, Inc. where he served as Finance Director of the North America Consumer business. His responsibilities over 16 years at Dell included finance roles in Corporate Planning and Treasury, in addition to positions as Sales Controller and Product Development Controller. He successfully completed international assignments in China and Panama, completed Dell's Finance Rotation Program, and received three CFO awards during his tenure at Dell. Prior to Dell, Mr. Brandimarte worked in the Audit and Advisory division of Ernst and Young LLP. He earned his Masters in Professional Accounting and Bachelor of Administration degrees from the University of Texas at Austin. 

About Stabilis Energy

Stabilis Energy is one of the fastest growing suppliers of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to the oilfield sector in North America. Stabilis also serves other off road end markets including mining, rail, and industrial. Stabilis provides turnkey fuel solutions to help industrial users of diesel and other crude-based fuel products convert to LNG, resulting in reduced fuel costs and improved environmental footprint. Stabilis is vertically integrated from LNG production (beginning January 2015) through distribution and cryogenic equipment rental. Stabilis recently announced a partnership with Flint Hills Resources (Koch Industries) to build up to five LNG liquefaction facilities targeting the North American oilfield sector. Stabilis is headquartered in Beaumont, TX and is privately held.

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