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Enterprise Products Partners makes several personnel moves

October 11, 2019 By    

Enterprise Products Partners LP made several promotions and tabbed new officers, including C-level moves.

Graham W. Bacon, Brent B. Secrest, Michael C. Hanley and Natalie K. Gayden were elected to vice president roles. Robert E. Moss, Kevin M. Ramsey, Carrie L. Weaver and Yvette M. Longonje each earned promotions.

“I am pleased to recognize these individuals for their contributions to the success of the partnership and look forward to their continued leadership in driving Enterprise’s future growth and building value for our investors,” says A.J. Teague, CEO of Enterprise’s general partner. “We have one of the deepest benches of talented, dedicated and creative employees in the energy industry, which has been key to our success and establishing Enterprise as a midstream leader.”

Bacon was elected executive vice president and COO. He has been with the company for 28 years, during which time he has provided valuable technical expertise and leadership that have been instrumental in the growth of Enterprise’s midstream network. He also oversees the company’s successful environmental, health and safety programs.

Secrest was elected executive vice president and chief commercial officer. In his 16 years with Enterprise, Secrest has held various leadership positions and most recently served as senior vice president of commercial. He has played a key role in generating business for assets across the partnership’s integrated value chain, the company says.

Moss was promoted to senior vice president of Houston region operations. Moss joined the company in 1993 and led Enterprise’s Houston region operations, including its Mont Belvieu complex, for the past 11 years.

Hanley was elected senior vice president, pipelines and terminals. Since joining Enterprise in 2006, Hanley has held numerous positions of increasing responsibility within the distribution and commercial functions, serving most recently as vice president of pipelines and terminals.

Ramsey was promoted to senior vice president of capital projects. In that role, Ramsey leads a team that manages about $6 billion of growth capital projects currently under construction to expand Enterprise’s asset base, the company says.

Gayden was named senior vice president of natural gas. Gayden, who most recently served as vice president of distribution services, joined Enterprise in 2008. During that time, she has held positions of increasing responsibility in various engineering and distribution roles.

Weaver was promoted to vice president of eastern region pipelines. She joined Enterprise in 2013 and served most recently as director of West Texas.

Longonje was promoted to vice president of distribution services. Longonje has been with Enterprise since 2014, serving most recently as senior director of eastern region pipelines.

Enterprise Products Partners is one of the largest publicly traded partnerships and a North American provider of midstream energy services to producers and consumers of natural gas, NGLs, crude oil, refined products and petrochemicals.

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Joe McCarthy was an associate editor at LP Gas Magazine.

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