Enterprise announces organizational changes

Enterprise announces organizational changes

7:46 AM, 4th April 2012
Enterprise announces organizational changes

HOUSTON, US: Enterprise Products Partners announced organizational changes to its commercial, operations and engineering teams. The partnership has elected six Group Senior Vice Presidents who will each be responsible for either a group of complementary commercial businesses or the operations or engineering functions of the partnership. Thomas M Zulim has been elected as a Group Vice President responsible for regulated businesses and refined products. William Ordemann was elected Group Senior Vice President, Unregulated NGLs, Crude and Natural Gas Assets.

Michael C Smith will serve as Senior Vice President and will be responsible for Enterprise’s unregulated NGL business and assets. James A Cisarik, Senior Vice President, will assume responsibilities for natural gas business. Cisarik is succeeding Christopher R Skoog as he will retire. Lynn L Bourdon III has been elected Group Senior Vice President, NGL and Natural Gas Marketing, Petrochemicals and Marine.

Terrance L Hurlburt was elected Group Senior Vice President, Operations and Environmental, Health, Safety and Training. Graham W Bacon was elected as Senior Vice President, Southern Operations. Leonard W Mallett was elected Group Senior Vice President, Engineering and has responsibility for the design, engineering, procurement and construction of the partnership’s assets and growth projects.

Rudy A Nix has been elected Group Senior Vice President, Distribution Services and Asset Optimization and leads the group that works with Enterprise’s commercial and operating teams to optimize the use of Enterprise’s integrated midstream energy system. Rick R Rainey has been elected Vice President, Public Relations and will continue to be responsible for Enterprise’s communications with various external audiences.

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