GPA, GPSA announce new officers
TULSA, Okla., April 24, 2013
TULSA, Okla., April 24, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Gas Processors
Association (GPA) and Gas Processors Suppliers Association (GPSA) recently
announced new officers elected to lead the respective organizations. The
officers were confirmed at the 92^nd annual GPA Convention held in San
Antonio, Texas, earlier this month.
GPA is a trade association serving operating companies in the midstream energy
sector; its officers are elected to one-year terms.
Joel Moxley, chief operating officer and senior vice president of Crestwood
Holdings Partners, will lead GPA as the newly elected president. Moxley is
responsible for Crestwood's operations in the natural gas gathering, gas
processing and downstream natural gas liquids (NGLs) segments of the
partnership. He has been involved with the GPA board of directors for almost
10 years and has been active in leading the association's legislative and
regulatory advocacy efforts since 2011.
President-elect is John Mollenkopf, chief operating officer and senior vice
president of MarkWest Energy Partners. His career spans more than three
decades in the energy industry with several executive-level positions; he has
served on the GPA board for three years.
GPA has three vice presidents: Terrance (Terry) McGill, Richard (Rick)
Cargile, and William (Bill) Ordemann.
McGill is president of Enbridge Energy Co. and has held various leadership
positions for the company since 2002. Prior to joining Enbridge, he served in
a number of executive positions in the energy industry. He has been a GPA
board member since 2011.
Cargile is president of Energy Transfer Partners' (ETP) midstream division. He
joined ETP in 2012 with more than 30 years of midstream experience, most
recently as president of DCP Midstream's southern business unit. Cargile has
served on GPA's program committee and enters his third year as a board member.
Ordemann is senior vice president of Enterprise Products Partners' unregulated
NGLs, crude and natural gas assets group. Ordemann has served Enterprise in a
number of executive roles since he joined the company in connection with its
purchase of certain midstream energy assets from affiliates of Shell Oil Co.
in 1999. He has been active in GPA activities since 2007, including six years
as a board member.
GPSA, also a trade association, is GPA's sister organization representing its
members of service and supply companies in the midstream industry. Its
officers are appointed by the association's board of directors and serve
one-year terms. The 2013 – 2014 officers are:
oPresident Bob Huebel, vice president, CB&I Randall Gas Technologies
oFirst Vice President David Bardeen, director of North American sales,
oSecond Vice President Sean Sullivan, CEO, Elkhorn Holdings
oTreasurer Steve Tzap, CEO, ZAP Engineering and Construction Services
The officers assumed their new responsibilities upon the conclusion of the GPA
Convention, which brought nearly 2,400 midstream industry professionals
together to share information about research and development, safe operations
and environmental performance, and legislative and regulatory issues, among
For more information about GPA, visit www.GPAglobal.org. For more information
about GPSA, visit http://gpsa.GPAglobal.org/.
SOURCE Gas Processors Association
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