Mr. McGown has more than 20 years of energy and infrastructure experience as a project developer, CFO, investment banker and corporate lawyer. Prior to joining Fidelis, McGown was an early developer and CFO at Magnum Development. Magnum controls the largest salt dome in the Western U.S. In 2019, Magnum announced that it was jointly developing with Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems a 1,000MW green hydrogen storage facility. The facility will provide a reliable and renewable green hydrogen solution to southern California’s challenged power grid. McGown also co-founded Magnum NGLs (Sawtooth Caverns), a six million barrel, six-cavern butane and propane storage facility at the Magnum site, which is the largest in the Western U.S. McGown served as a co-lead and CFO in Magnum NGLs’s development, project financing, construction, and ultimate exit to NGL Energy Partners. Prior to Magnum, McGown served as CFO of Madagascar Oil, a London based oil and natural gas company with assets in Africa, where his tenure culminated upon the sale of a majority interest in its largest asset to TOTAL, S.A. Earlier in his career, McGown focused on energy and infrastructure projects as an investment banker at Jefferies & Co. and as a corporate and project finance lawyer at Vinson & Elkins LLP. McGown earned an A.B. from Princeton University and a J.D. summa cum laudefrom South Texas College of Law.