February 2019: People Making News

February 2019

Xodus Group appointed Phil Cooper as its corporate development director of its energy consultancy. He has 35 years of experience, previously serving as general manager at Heerema Marine Contractors.

PRCI’s Executive Assembly elected Lisa Madden of ExxonMobil and Adriaan den Herder of N.V. Nederlandse Gasunie to three-year terms on its Executive Board. They replace Phu Phan of Enterprise Products and John Haldiman of Plains All American, who will continue serving on the Executive Assembly.

Price Moncrief, Concho’s senior vice president of Finance and Strategy, has been appointed senior vice president of Corporate Development and Midstream. Moncrief will be primarily responsible for the company’s long-term strategy for midstream and oil and gas marketing, as well as building a commodity fundamentals team.

Plains All American Pipeline appointed Alexandra Pruner as an independent member of the Board of Directors and Audit Committee of PAA GP Holdings. Previously, she served as a partner and chief financial officer of Perella Weinberg Partners, a global independent advisory firm.

Todd Odham and Michael Knowles joined the McKim & Creed’s geomatics team in Texas as project manager and regional development manager, respectively. The company has been involved with projects such as the South Texas Gateway Midstream Pipeline.

Beginning April 1, Mark Whitt will become president of for natural gas marketer Tenaska Marketing Ventures (TMV). He is currently executive vice president of Trading and Marketing for the company, and previously worked for Enron, Western Gas Resources and Tennessee Gas Pipeline. Also, Lori Bruck will become the company’s chief marketing officer.

Progressive Pipeline promoted engineer T.K. Kim to vice president of Business Development. He has over 20 years of engineering, construction, project management and business development experiences in oil and gas projects, mainly focusing pipeline projects.

Testing and Inspection company Bureau Veritas named T.J. Johansen as senior vice president and chief operating officer for its oil and gas markets segment. Based in the Houston, Johansen will be responsible for leading the company’s oil and gas commodities and industries group.