David Saindon’s “hands on” approach to the financial development of private equity-backed, growth-oriented companies has promoted maximum earnings and value for more than 24 years. With concentration on the midstream industry, his lean and intelligent strategies generate significant revenues and liquidity events for sponsors and investors. From 2012 until the company’s sale to Ineos,, he has served as Chief Financial Officer for Calabrian Corporation, a privately held specialty chemical company. Before joining Prometheus Energy Group in 2011 as Chief Financial Officer, where he raised significant funding through two transactions in that company’s first-ever debt financings, he worked with Port Barre Investments LLC (DBA Bobcat Gas Storage), also as Chief Financial Officer, between 2008 and 2010, where he negotiated and closed a $540 million sales transaction. Saindon also served as Vice President of Finance for Lodi Gas Storage, where he helped successfully build, commercialize, finance, and sell the company and its storage assets. After beginning his career at Arthur Andersen LLP in 1992, he established a reputation as a dynamic financial management executive with KW International, Ltd. (Director of Finance, 2002–2003); Enron Corp. Energy Services (Director of Transaction Accounting, 2000–2001); Eagle Geophysical (Controller and Chief Accounting Officer, 1997–2000); and Corporate Express Delivery Systems, Inc. (Assistant Controller, 1996–1997).