Enterprise reports promotions, new executives

Enterprise Products Partners LP has reported several promotions and new executive appointments.

Enterprise Products Partners LP has reported several promotions and new executive appointments.

Graham W. Bacon has been promoted to executive vice-president and chief operating officer of EPP. Bacon has been with the company for 28 years. In 2015 he was named executive vice-president, operations and engineering. He oversees the company’s environmental, health, and safety programs.

Brent B. Secrest has been elected executive vice-president and chief commercial officer. He has spent 16 years with the company, most recently as senior vice-president, commercial.

Robert E. Moss has been promoted to senior vice-president, Houston region operations. Moss, who joined the company in 1993, has led EPP’s Houston region operations, including its Mont Belvieu complex, for the past 11 years.

Michael C. Hanley has been elected senior vice-president, pipelines and terminals. Hanley joined the company in 2006. He most recently was vice-president, pipelines and terminals.

Kevin M. Ramsey has been promoted to senior vice-president, capital projects. He joined the company in 2007.

Natalie K. Gayden has been named senior vice-president, natural gas. Gayden, who most recently served as vice-president, distribution services, joined EPP in 2008.

Carrie L. Weaver has been promoted to vice-president, eastern region pipelines. She joined EPP in 2013 and served most recently as director, West Texas.

Yvette M. Longonje has been promoted to vice-president, distribution services. Longonje joined EPP in 2014. She most recently was senior director, eastern region pipelines.

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