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Noble Midstream general partner's CEO, COO both step down

The CEO and COO of Noble Midstream Partners LP's general partner both resigned on Aug. 9.

According to an Aug. 12 SEC filing, both Terry Gerhart and John Nicholson resigned amicably and not due to a disagreement with Noble Midstream GP LLC or Noble Midstream Partners.

Noble Midstream provides crude oil, natural gas and water-related midstream services in the DJ Basin in Colorado and the Delaware Basin in Texas. On Aug. 5, Bloomberg News reported that Williams Cos. Inc. and Global Infrastructure Partners are collaborating to potentially buy Noble Midstream and take the master limited partnership private.

The general partner appointed Brent Smolik CEO, effective Aug. 11. Smolik currently serves as a director of the general partner and president and COO of parent company Noble Energy Inc.