GPA Midstream president and CEO set to retire

June 5, 2019 By    

Mark Sutton, the president and CEO of the GPA Midstream Association and the secretary of GPSA Midstream Suppliers, will retire after 37 years of service to both associations.

“It’s time,” Sutton says. “These associations have been my life throughout a lengthy career in a wonderful industry, and now I look forward to adjusting my priorities that include spending more time with family and enjoying lots of activities together.”

An industry committee composed of GPA Midstream executive members will conduct a national search for the company’s new president and CEO. Sutton will remain in office during the search and during a transition period after a successor is named, the company explains.

“While Mark will be retiring, we will rely on his in-depth knowledge of the associations and continued leadership throughout the transition of finding and bringing a successor aboard,” says Bill Ward, senior vice president of commercial activity at Superior Pipeline Co. and a GPA Midstream chairman. “He has our associations in good shape for a change of this kind at this time. On behalf of all GPA Midstream and GPSA members, I extend our collective ‘thank you’ to Mark for his service.”

The GPA Midstream Association advocates for a sustainable midstream industry focused on enhancing the viability of natural gas, natural gas liquids and crude oil. GPSA Midstream Suppliers is an organization of about 500 companies engaged in meeting the supply and service needs of the midstream industry.

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Joe McCarthy was an associate editor at LP Gas Magazine.

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