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Seminole Energy Services Appoints Mark Leland To Its Board Of Managers

HOUSTON, Feb. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Seminole Energy Services, LLC (Seminole), announced today its board of managers has appointed Mark Leland as a new member.

"Mark brings to Seminole's board of managers a wealth of diverse industry experience," said Bob Rosene, Seminole's chairman. "His demonstrated leadership in several areas will provide essential guidance as Seminole continues to grow."

Leland most recently served as president of El Paso Midstream Group, a startup business within El Paso Corporation which he was instrumental in developing. In his 28 year career at El Paso, Leland held numerous other leadership positions including roles in financial management, planning, restructuring, investor relations, business development and capital growth across several business units. Leland has served as a director for several industry companies. He currently serves as a director for both Oiltanking Partners L.P. and KiOR, Inc. 

"Mark Leland's extensive history with El Paso Corporation combined with his experience as a director of both private and publicly held companies are invaluable assets as Seminole moves forward," said Jason Few, president and CEO, Seminole.

With a degree in finance and minor in economics from the University of Puget Sound in Washington, Leland is also a Certified Internal Auditor and Certified Management Accountant.

In addition to Leland, Seminole's board of managers includes Bob Rosene, Seminole non-executive chairman; Hunter Carpenter, The Stephens Group, LLC; Michael DeFlorio, Harvest Partners; Kent Dunbar, MAM Management, LLC; Jason Few, president and CEO, Seminole; Dan Frey, THG Energy Solutions, LLC; John Greene; Bob Martin, The Stephens Group, LLC; and Chris Whalen, Harvest Partners.

About Seminole Energy Services
Seminole Energy Services, LLC, is a growth-oriented integrated energy products and services company with dual headquarters in Houston, Texas, and Tulsa, Oklahoma. Seminole owns and operates gathering, processing, treating, compression, and transportation assets for natural gas, crude oil, and NGLs. Seminole serves over 500 producers with services ranging from well head negotiations, revenue and production tax distribution, hedging, supply balancing and over 1.6 million residential customers equivalents across twenty-three states.

With midstream assets in key production areas throughout the United States, more than 44,000HP of compression, 1,000 miles of pipeline, rail terminal services, 656 MMscfd system capacity, a growing transportation fleet, risk management and marketing services. Seminole provides comprehensive solutions for both natural gas and crude oil producers by providing energy production services from the well head to the burner tip.

Seminole is dedicated to delivering innovative, quality solutions that exceed the expectations of its customers. Founded on the ideals of providing quality service, Seminole has a long history of commitment and reliability. Since its inception in 1998, Seminole has never failed to deliver nominated quantities to its customers.

Seminole is controlled by management, The Stephens Group and Harvest Partners, LP.

SOURCE Seminole Energy Services, LLC

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