Tallgrass Welcomes New CCO, Opens Houston Office



Tallgrass Welcomes New CCO, Opens Houston Office
Daniels' career in the energy business spans tenures at both Phillips 66 and Energy Transfer from 2008 to the present.

Tallgrass Energy LP has added Damon Daniels to its management team as Chief Commercial Officer, and he will report directly to Tallgrass President Matthew P. Sheehy. Daniels will be based in Houston, where Tallgrass will open a new office, according to the company.

Daniels most recently was General Manager, Pipeline and Terminals Business Development, for Phillips 66, where he led the origination of new capital projects for oil and refined products logistics infrastructure and the commercial structuring and implementation of Phillips 66’s joint ventures for its new midstream projects.

“I could not be more excited to welcome Damon to Tallgrass,” said Sheehy in a written statement. “His proven track record spans all aspects of commercial activities, from identifying and developing large-scale projects to building and enhancing customer relationships. In addition, Damon joining Tallgrass creates the opportunity for us to establish an office in Houston, which will strengthen Tallgrass’ commercial presence and proximity to so many key partners.”

“I am looking forward to being part of the Tallgrass team,” said Daniels. “Building on the company’s already strong position, I believe Tallgrass will be a platform for new and innovative ways of engaging with customers throughout the energy industry.”

Daniels’ career in the energy business spans tenures at both Phillips 66 and Energy Transfer from 2008 to the present. Before that, he advised and represented energy companies in his role as an energy attorney for various leading law firms.

Tallgrass is a midstream energy infrastructure company that operates across 11 states with transportation, storage, terminal, water, gathering and processing assets that serve key oil and gas basins in the U.S.

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