March 2015, Vol. 242, No. 3

Features

EnLink Landman Follows A Family Tradition

Recently EnLink Midstream invited me out to West Texas to see my first pipeline spread – the Martin County Extension Pipeline. On the way to the line we stopped by the Deadwood gas plant where I met Chris Coleman, EnLink Midstream’s senior landman. He was amiable, genuine and welcoming, even letting me ride shotgun in his work truck, which I had to jump to get into. As we drove across the flat Texas land, kicking up a flurry of red dirt, he began telling me about his job. I was immediately immersed in his sector of the industry because this is essentially where a pipeline’s life either begins or ends. An East Texas native, Coleman acquired an interest in oil and gas at a young age and was d

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