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UGI Corp. appoints 3 executives to leadership roles

May 20, 2021 By    
Gallagher Hugh, Paul Ladner, Laurence Broseta

Left to right: Gallagher, Ladner, Broseta

UGI Corp. appointed three executives to leadership roles in its global LPG line of business, effective June 1.

Hugh Gallagher, currently president and CEO of AmeriGas Propane, was named chief strategy officer of global LPG.

Meanwhile, Paul Ladner, currently COO of UGI International, was named president of AmeriGas Propane, and Laurence Broseta, currently vice president of UGI International’s west region and president of Antargaz, was named president of UGI International.

Gallagher joined UGI in 1990 and served as vice president of finance and CFO of AmeriGas Propane from 2013-18. In 2018, he was named president and CEO of AmeriGas Propane. Previously, he served as treasurer of both UGI and AmeriGas, as director of treasury services and investor relations of UGI, and director of corporate development at AmeriGas.

Ladner returns to AmeriGas Propane as president after serving for the past 10 years in various leadership roles at UGI International, the company says, including as COO since 2018, based in Paris. He previously served as head of UGI International’s central and east regions, based in Warsaw, Poland, as well as in various sales and marketing positions for UGI’s subsidiary, Flaga GmbH.

Broseta joined UGI in 2019 as vice president of UGI International’s west region and president of Antargaz, based in Paris. She has more than 15 years of operational, technology, strategy and leadership experience in the transportation sector in Europe, according to the company, including as international CEO at Transdev, a company that specializes in integrated transportation services, and in various leadership roles at RATP, a French transportation company.

“I am pleased that UGI has such highly qualified and effective leaders as Hugh, Paul and Laurence to take on these critical roles and help drive the company’s continued focus on our customers, operational excellence, innovation and growth,” says Roger Perreault, who will become UGI’s president and CEO on June 26. “They have proven track records and have positioned UGI for continued success in a complex and competitive landscape.”

Perreault is currently and will continue to serve as UGI’s executive vice president of global LPG and has served as president of UGI International since 2015.

About the Author:

Carly McFadden is associate editor at LP Gas Magazine. She is a graduate of Ohio University's E.W. Scripps School of Journalism and a native of Cleveland, Ohio. McFadden can be reached at cmcfadden@northcoastmedia.net.

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