Apache promotes three to executive vice-president
Apache Corp. has promoted Jon Jeppesen, Anthony Lannie, and Kregg Olson to executive vice-president.
By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Aug. 17 -- Apache Corp. has promoted Jon Jeppesen, Anthony Lannie, and Kregg Olson to executive vice-president.
Jeppesen served as senior vice-president with the Houston independent since February 2003, having served as regional vice-president for the Gulf Coast region since 2002 and the offshore region since 1996. He served as the company's vice-president of exploration and development for North America in 1994-96 and as manager of offshore exploration and development in 1993-94. Prior to joining Apache, Jeppesen was vice-president of exploration and development for Pacific Enterprises Oil Co. in 1989-92.
Lannie was appointed senior vice-president and general counsel in May 2004, having served as vice-president and general counsel since March 2003. Prior to joining Apache, he was president of Kinder Morgan Power Co. from 2000 through February 2003, and president of Coral Energy Canada in 1999. He acted as senior vice-president and general counsel of Coral Energy, an affiliate of Shell Oil Co., and Tejas Gas Corp., in 1995-99, and of Tejas Gas from 1994 until its combination with Coral Energy in 1998.
Olson was promoted to senior vice-president, corporate reservoir engineering, in September 2007, after serving as vice-president since January 2004. He joined Apache in 1992 and held positions of increasing responsibility within corporate reservoir engineering. Previously, he was associated with Grace Petroleum Corp.