Enbridge Names New President of Gas Pipelines and Processing
Enbridge Inc. has appointed C. Gregory a as president of gas pipelines and processing, effective Jan. 30. Harper becomes a member of Enbridge’s executive leadership team and will report to Al Monaco, president and CEO of Enbridge Inc.
Also effective on Jan. 30, Harper will become a director of Midcoast Holdings LLC (MH), the general partner of Midcoast Energy Partners LP (MEP). He will become principal executive officer of MH on Feb. 28. Harper also will be appointed to the boards of Enbridge Energy Co. Inc. (EECI), the general partner of Enbridge Energy Partners LP (EEP) and Enbridge Energy Management LLC (EEM), which manages the business and affairs of the EEP and as the delegate of EECI.
Mark A. Maki, who has led Enbridge’s gas businesses in an interim capacity, will remain president and principal executive officer of EEM and a director on the boards of EECI, EEM and MH.
“Enbridge’s Gas Transportation business is an important part of our strategy and our vision of being the leading energy delivery company in North America,” Monaco said. “Greg brings deep and proven operational, commercial and development experience through his various senior leadership roles within the natural gas industry, complementing the strong executive team leading our gas transportation business.”
Enbridge’s natural gas business includes gathering and processing assets in Canada and the United States, offshore Gulf Coast pipelines, long-haul transmission systems (through interests in the Alliance and Vector pipelines) and the Aux Sable NGL fractionation facility.
Harper joined Enbridge from Southwestern Energy, where he was senior vice president of the company’s midstream business. He previously held senior leadership roles with Centerpoint Energy, Spectra Energy Partners LP and Duke Energy. In 2013, he served as chairman of the board of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA). He is actively involved in community service, including educational, industry, professional and arts organizations.
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