CVR REFINING, LP FILES (8-K) Disclosing Change in Directors or Principal Officers
(Edgar Glimpses Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Item 5.02. Departure of Directors or Certain Officers; Election of Directors;
Appointment of Certain Officers; Compensatory Arrangements of Certain Officers.
(e) Compensatory Arrangements of Certain Officers
CVR Energy, Inc. ("CVR Energy") indirectly owns 100% of CVR Refining GP, LLC
("CVR Refining GP"), the general partner of CVR Refining, LP (the
"Partnership"). In addition, CVR Energy indirectly owns approximately 71% of the
common units representing limited partner interests of the Partnership. The
Partnership obtains certain management and other services from CVR Energy
pursuant to a Services Agreement between the Partnership, CVR Refining GP and
CVR Energy dated December 31, 2012 (the "Services Agreement"). In accordance
with the Services Agreement, CVR Energy provides the Partnership with, among
other things, services from CVR Energy employees in capacities equivalent to the
capacities of executive officers. Ms. Ball and Messrs. Gross and Haugen
(described below) serve as executive officers of CVR Refining GP under this
arrangement, and are also named executive officers of CVR Refining GP.
On December 31, 2013, CVR Energy entered into amendments (the "Amendments") of
the employment agreements (as amended, each agreement, an "Employment Agreement"
and together, the "Employment Agreements"), with each of Susan M. Ball, Edmund
S. Gross and Robert W. Haugen. Ms. Ball and Messrs. Gross and Haugen are each
named executive officers of CVR Energy (each, an "NEO" and together, the
"NEOs"). Except as provided below, the terms of the Employment Agreements are
substantially consistent with the terms of the NEOs' existing agreements, as
amended to date.
• The term of each NEO's employment was extended through the first to
occur of (i)(X) December 31, 2014 with respect to Messrs. Gross and
Haugen and (Y) December 31, 2015 with respect to Ms. Ball and (ii)
the termination or resignation of the NEO's employment in accordance
with the terms of the Employment Agreement.
• With respect to post-termination payments in the event of an NEO's
termination by CVR Energy other than for Cause or Disability or an
NEO's resignation for Good Reason (as each term is defined in the
Employment Agreement), rather than receiving salary continuation and
welfare benefits for 12 months following termination, each NEO will
receive salary continuation and welfare benefits for the lesser of
(A) 12 months and (B) the remainder of the term of the Employment
• With respect to post-termination payments in the event of (i)(X) Mr.
Gross's or Ms. Ball's termination by CVR Energy other than for Cause
or Disability or (Y) Mr. Gross's or Ms. Ball's resignation for Good
Reason, in each case within the one-year period following a Change
in Control (as defined in the Employment Agreements and modified as
described below) or (ii) a Change in Control Related Termination (as
defined in the Employment Agreements) of Mr. Gross or Ms. Ball,
rather than receiving (A) an additional 12 months base salary, (B) a
payment equal to 1/12 of the target Annual Bonus (as defined in the
Employment Agreements) each month for two years following such a
termination and (C) an additional 12 months of welfare benefits, Mr.
Gross and Ms. Ball will receive a payment equal to 1/12 of the
target Annual Bonus each month during the Severance Period (as
defined in the Employment Agreements and modified as described
• The Retirement age for Ms. Ball and Mr. Haugen was raised from 62 to 65.
• The definition of "Change in Control" has been revised to reflect
CVR Energy's ownership by IEP Energy LLC.
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