President and Chief Executive Officer / Founder
Mr. Webster has nearly 15 years of business development, M&A, operations and project execution experience in the midstream sector. Brandon was named president and Chief Executive Officer of Connect Midstream upon the company’s founding in 2017. Under his leadership, Connect deployed more than $300 million in capital, secured three separate 20-year acreage dedications totaling 170,000 net acres and constructed and operated a 220 MMcf/d cryogenic processing plant, 7 gas compression facilities and more than 180-miles of high and low pressure pipelines. Connect Midstream I closed the acquisition of Tall Oak Midstream III in February 2021, to further the company’s long-term Arkoma STACK growth and consolidation strategy.
Prior to founding Connect Midstream, Mr. Webster served as senior director of business development and as part of the management team at MVP Holdings, a privately held crude oil and natural gas downstream pipeline operator and crude oil purchasing, storage, blending, and logistics provider. Brandon was also a founding partner of MV Midstream, a subsidiary of MVP Holdings formed in 2015 backed by a $200 million equity commitment from Energy Spectrum Partners. Prior to MVP Holdings, Mr. Webster held the position of senior director of crude oil & NGL’s for Enable Midstream (NYSE: ENBL) and prior to that Brandon served in various corporate leadership positions over eight years with Kinder Morgan (NYSE: KMI) and Copano Energy, which was acquired by Kinder Morgan in 2013.
Mr. Webster received a B.A. in mass communications from the University of Central Oklahoma. Brandon serves as treasurer and sits on the Executive Committee for the University of Central Oklahoma Foundation’s Board of Trustees and is an active member of the prestigious global Young President’s Organization (YPO). Mr. Webster was named one of Hart Energy’s Forty Under 40 Energy Executives in 2020. Additionally, he serves on the Board of Directors and as VP for the Natural Gas & Energy Association of Oklahoma, is an active member of both the Gas Processors Association and Oklahoma Petroleum Alliance and is a past Board member for Sustaining Oklahoma’s Energy Resources. Brandon and his wife, Ashley, have two children and live in Edmond, Oklahoma.