Charles E. Wilkinson joined Stonehenge Energy Resources, L.P. at its inception in 2008 and served as its President until 2015. Stonehenge developed and built Keystone Midstream Services, LLC which gathered and processed NGL-rich gas in Pennsylvania. Keystone was sold in 2012 for $512 million. Subsequently, Stonehenge Energy Resources II, L.P. was formed to develop new midstream projects in the Appalachian and Rocky Mountain regions. His current responsibilities include sourcing potential investments and developing new midstream projects.
Mr. Wilkinson has more than 35 years of experience in the energy industry, primarily in the natural gas midstream sector. Prior to Stonehenge, he was with Enron Corporation for 23 years, and MidAmerican Energy Holdings Company for 5 years, in engineering, business development and asset management positions, involving a broad range of facilities including gas gathering, compression, dehydration, processing, treating; NGL transportation, fractionation and storage; interstate natural gas transportation and storage; and CO2 transportation.
Mr. Wilkinson began his career in 1975 with Black & Veatch Consulting Engineers, primarily designing civil and structural facilities for gas turbine and nuclear power plants and electrical transmission lines. He received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Nebraska and his M.B.A. from Houston Baptist University.