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SOURCE Bridger, LLC

New Team Member Will Help Bridger Execute Organic Growth Opportunities

DALLAS, Feb. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Bridger, LLC ("Bridger"), a crude oil marketing and midstream logistics company based in Dallas, Texas, today announced that Guillermo Grossi has joined the marketing and logistics team as a Managing Director focused on executing Bridger's strategy in the Rockies. Building on Bridger's operational success in all the major crude producing basins, Guillermo will play an integral part in expanding Bridger's footprint in the Rockies. He will lead Bridger's satellite office in Denver, Colorado.

Guillermo was on the forefront of the development of crude by rail in the Bakken, Niobrara, and Canada as a transportation alternative to pipelines. His intimate knowledge and development of terminals, basins, markets and logistics optimization will further secure Bridger's leading role in the development of tight oil plays with its integrated midstream logistics asset base, as America steers towards energy independence.

Julio Rios, President and Chief Executive Officer of Bridger, said, "We are enthusiastic to have Guillermo join the team here at Bridger. Guillermo's experience, industry relationships and marketing and logistics skill set will be invaluable to our company as we execute our organic growth plans."

About Bridger
Bridger is a U.S.-based provider of logistics and marketing services to the crude oil industry. Bridger engages in the purchase, sale, transportation, storage and terminalling of crude oil through its nationwide asset base of pipeline injection stations, pipelines, storage tanks, rail loading and unloading terminals, railcars and tank trucks that support customers in all the major domestic crude oil production basins. The company currently provides flow assurance and crude oil markets to its customers for over 190,000 barrels of crude oil per day through its logistics assets and its marketing business. For more information, visit www.bridgergroup.com.

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