Mr. Vivar has more than 25 years experience in the energy industry, initially working as an engineer and later working in various leadership roles in the natural gas, power and crude oil sectors. Mr. Vivar is currently the CEO of Monterra Energy. Monterra Energy is a midstream energy company focused on developing infrastructure in Mexico. Most recently, Mr. Vivar served as CFO of Rangeland Energy, where he was also a founder and Board member. Rangeland is a midstream energy company that developed, built and operated a crude oil terminal and hub in North Dakota that was sold to Inergy Services in December 2012. Prior to Rangeland, Mr. Vivar worked with WesPac Energy where he focused on developing energy infrastructure, acquisitions, and advising energy clients in strategy, commodity supply decisions, hedging and risk management. Mr. Vivar worked at Cinergy from 1997 to 2003 where he served as the Chief Risk Officer of the Commodity Business Unit, Vice President of Business Development, Vice President of Origination and Vice President of Pricing and Structuring. Mr. Vivar initially joined Cinergy where he created a group that successfully restructured independent power projects. Prior to Cinergy, Mr. Vivar worked for Koch Energy as the Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions. Mr. Vivar also worked at Enron Capital & Trade from 1992 until 1996 where he structured and sold long term natural gas packages. Mr. Vivar began his career as an engineer at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and later served as International Treasurer for Silicon Graphics. Mr. Vivar earned an MBA from Stanford University and a BS in Civil Engineering from California State Polytechnic University. Mr. Vivar serves on the board of Santa Maria Hostel, the Houston Symphony, and is active with several charitable organizations including the Mexican Institute and the Panamerican roundtable where he has sponsored several scholarships for young women pursuing STEM academic careers.