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Richard C. Green, Chairman of the Board

Richard C. Green is a co-founder and Managing Director of Corridor. He has spent more than 30 years in the energy industry serving as a CEO for more than 20 years. During his tenure, Mr. Green demonstrated leadership and perseverance in pioneering the strategy and successful execution of a significant business expansion of Aquila Inc., formerly UtiliCorp United, to a Fortune 30 company. Aquila Inc. was an international electric and gas utility business and national energy marketing and trading business. Mr. Green has also been credited with leading a successful wind down of the merchant trading operations of Aquila Inc. to provide shareholder focus on the company's utility market strategy during the 2002 energy market crisis. From 2006-2008, Mr. Green successfully directed the complicated separation and ultimate sale of Aquila's multistate utility operations.

Mr. Green then founded The Calvin Group LLC, a consulting firm that leveraged the management and operational experience of the partners to catalyze the management teams of energy companies. Mr. Green is currently on the board, and was previously a chairman of, the Midwest Research Institute, and has also served on the board for the National Renewable Energy Laboratories in Golden, Colorado.

David J. Schulte, Director, Chief Executive Officer and President

David J. Schulte is Chief Executive Officer, President and Director of CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust (NYSE: CORR, CORRPrA). He is also co-founder and Managing Director of Corridor InfraTrust Management. Previously Mr. Schulte was co-founder and Managing Director of Tortoise Capital Advisors L.L.C., where he served on the investment committee until 2015. Prior to Tortoise, Mr. Schulte was Managing Director at Kansas City Equity Partners, L.C. (KCEP), a founding sponsor of Tortoise, where he led private equity financings for two growth master limited partnerships (MLPs) in the energy infrastructure sector. Before joining KCEP, he spent five years as an investment banker at the predecessor of Oppenheimer & Co., Inc. Mr. Schulte earned a Juris Doctorate from the University of Iowa and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Drake University. He is a CFA charterholder.

Chair of the Investment Committee

Barrett Brady, Director

Barrett "Barry" Brady has extensive experience in the real estate and construction industries. He retired December 31, 2008, from his position as Senior Vice President of Highwoods Properties, Inc., an NYSE-listed real estate investment trust (REIT). He had served as President and Chief Executive Officer of J.C. Nichols Company, a real estate company headquartered in Kansas City, until it was acquired in 1998 by Highwoods Properties, Inc. Before joining J.C. Nichols Company in 1995, Mr. Brady had served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Dunn Industries, Inc., a major construction contractor. An active member of the Kansas City community, Mr. Brady serves on the Boards of Directors of J.E. Dunn Construction Group, Inc.; NASB Financial, Inc., a NASDAQ-listed thrift holding company, and its subsidiary North American Savings Bank, F.S.B.; and MRIGlobal. He received a B.B.A. from Southern Methodist University and an M.B.A. from the University of Missouri.

Member of the Audit Committee
Member of the Corporate Governance Committee
Member of the Investment Committee

Conrad S. Ciccotello, Director

Conrad S. Ciccotello serves as an independent director and audit committee chair of Tortoise Capital Advisors' closed-end funds. Dr. Ciccotello is an Associate Professor of Risk Management and Insurance at the Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University where he is also the Director of the Personal Financial Planning Program. As one of the nation's top scholars in financial services, Professor Ciccotello currently serves as a Research Fellow in the TIAA-CREF Institute. His research on financial services has been entered into the Congressional Record and cited in the Federal Register. Dr. Ciccotello has provided testimony to the Georgia Senate on investment policy and serves as an investment consultant to the University System of Georgia. From 2001-2007, he was Editor of Financial Services Review, the premier academic journal dedicated to the study of personal financial planning. Dr. Ciccotello's 45 published articles include several papers on master limited partnerships (MLPs) (see below), the subject of his doctoral dissertation at Pennsylvania State University.

Member of the Corporate Governance Committee
Member of the Investment Committee

Charles E. Heath, Director

Charles E. Heath serves as an independent director and compliance committee chair of Tortoise Capital Advisors' close-end funds. Mr. Heath was the Chief Investment Officer for Employers Reinsurance Corporation (ERC), retiring in 1999. ERC was owned by General Electric Co. It was a worldwide business with a $25 billion investment portfolio. He also served on ERC's Board of Directors. Mr. Heath joined ERC in 1971 and was the CIO from 1989-1999. Mr. Heath was a past President of the Kansas City Society of Financial Analysts and attained the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in 1974. He is a graduate of the University of Kansas, receiving the MBA degree in 1966. In retirement, Mr. Heath serves on a variety of Boards including the University of Kansas Endowment Association, Baker University, and the Lawrence, KS Memorial Hospital.

Chair of the Corporate Governance Committee
Member of the Investment Committee

Catherine A. Lewis, Director

Catherine A. Lewis has more than 30 years of experience in the accounting and tax professions. She retired in October 2012 from her position as Global Head of Tax for KPMG's Energy and Natural Resources practice, where she provided expertise in the areas of taxation, planning and compliance along with foreign tax and investment structures. She served on KPMG's Board of Directors for five years starting in 2004. Before joining KPMG in 2002, she spent 17 years at Arthur Andersen. Ms. Lewis, a certified public accountant and an active member of the Kansas City community, has served on a number of Boards, including the University of Missouri - Kansas City (UMKC) Bloch School Advisory Board, Girl Scouts of Northeast Kansas, Starlight Theatre and Graceland University's Professional Institute.

Chair of the Audit Committee
Member of the Investment Committee