Senior Vice President,
Engineering & Operations
Daniel Wentworth’s midstream experience has focused on business development, engineering design, construction, gas gathering and processing operations.
Daniel joined Caiman Energy in 2010 as director of engineering and later served as vice president of engineering. Daniel and his engineering team were responsible for installation of more than 500 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) of processing capacity at Caiman's Fort Beeler cryogenic facility in Cameron, West Virginia. This included designing and installing a 138kv power line along with a 138kv substation. While running Caiman's engineering group he also supervised the installation of Caiman's Moundsville fractionator and helped double the capacity of Caiman's condensate system.
Prior to Caiman, Mr. Wentworth worked for Regency Energy Partners (NYSE: RGP), a midstream natural gas service provider. At Regency, he managed the operations and engineering activities associated with plants, compressor stations and pipeline assets in the Haynesville, Logansport, and North Louisiana areas. As the Director of the Regency Intrastate Gas System (RIGS), Daniel assembled a team to commission and operate Regency's north Louisiana intrastate system up to two billion cubic feet. At Regency Daniel also installed several compressor stations, including an acid injection facility at Regency's Waha plant in west Texas. Other projects included the redesign of gas processing and treating facilities in north Louisiana, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Daniel also led a team in the redesign of Regency's Waha gathering assets which significantly reduced operations and management expenditures.
Mr. Wentworth received his Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Mississippi State University. He and his wife, Sarah, have two young boys.