Gray, CFO Cobalt International Energy, L.P.

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Cobalt International Energy, L.P. named Rodney Gray as Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President, effective June 1, 2009. 

Prior to joining Cobalt, Gray held the position of Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Colonial Pipeline in Atlanta, where he has been since 2003. Prior to Colonial, Gray had a career with Transco Energy Company and its successor company Enron Corporation. Gray held numerous senior executive positions at Enron, including Senior Vice President of Finance and Treasurer, Chairman and CEO of Enron International, and Chairman and CEO of Enron Global Power and Pipelines. He was also Vice Chairman of Azurix.

(www.cobaltintl.com)

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