Gagle to succeed Bromley as MPLX general counsel

Aug. 7, 2017
Suzanne Gagle will succeed C. Corwin Bromley as general counsel of MPLX LP effective Oct. 1. Bromley, who also serves as executive vice-president, has elected to retire effective Jan. 1, 2018, after a 33-year legal career in the energy, minerals, and construction industries.

Gagle, who also will take on the role of president at MPLX, will continue to serve as vice-president and general counsel of Marathon Petroleum Corp. (MPC), where she reports to Michael J. Hennigan, MPC chairman and chief executive officer. She also will report to Hennigan at MPLX, here he serves as president.

Bromley will support Gagle in her role at MPLX from Oct. 1 through his retirement date. He joined MPLX in 2015 at the time of its combination with MarkWest Energy Partners LP. He joined MarkWest as general counsel in 2004.

Prior to his career with MarkWest, Bromley was assistant general counsel at Foundation Coal Holdings Inc., general managing attorney and senior environmental attorney at Cyprus Amax Minerals Co., and in private practice with the law firm of Popham, Haik, Schnobrich & Kaufman. Before his legal career, Bromley was a structural and design engineer with the Chicago Bridge & Iron Co.

Gagle began her career with MPC in 1992 and has held several positions in its law organization, including senior group counsel for MPC operations and assistant general counsel with MPC's law litigation and human resources organization. She assumed her current role with MPC in 2016.