October 2020, Vol. 247, No. 10

People in the News

People in the News

Miller Pipeline appointed Dale Anderson as president and CEO, a new role that combines the formerly separate positions of president and CEO. He has been at Miller Pipeline for 11 years, most recently as vice president, and has 34 years of experience in the natural gas industry. He succeeds the retiring Doug Banning as CEO and Kevin Miller as president. Miller, who remains as senior advisor, will retire in January and transition to senior advisor for PowerTeam Services, which acquired Miller Pipeline earlier this year. Banning will continue to serve on the PowerTeam board of directors.   

Dennis Doherty, P.E., F.ASCE, joined Kleinfelder as a senior principal professional. With 40 years of industry experience, Doherty has technical expertise in trenchless technologies for oil and gas, utility and other infrastructure projects.  

Peter Grönholmis the new managing director at ALLU Finland. He has extensive experience in sales and marketing, supply chain management and as managing director in international organizations. Most recently, he was vice president of Supply Chain and Operations for Cavotec Group, a supplier of industrial equipment in Germany.  

William H. “Willie” Milnehas been named vice president, Major Accounts and Operations at Sercel-GRC. Based in Tulsa, Okla., Milne is responsible for growing relationships with U.S. domestic oilfield service companies and developing new business with clients in the artificial lift sector. He will also oversee Sales Administration and Customer Service.  

Jeanne-Mey Sun, Ph.D., joined NRG Energy as vice president, Sustainability, and Dak Liyanearachchi joined in the newly created role of senior vice president, Data and Analytics. Sun most recently served as executive of Energy Transition and Clean Energy Solutions at Baker Hughes. Liyanearachchi previously was chief data and analytics officer at Hilton Worldwide.  

Georgia Power has elected Jill Campbell to the company’s board of directors, effective Aug. 19, 2020. Campbell is the executive vice president and chief people and operations officer for Cox Enterprises, including its two major subsidiaries, Cox Communications and Cox Automotive.  

Lloyds Register (LR) Group announced that its Marine and Offshore Director, Nick Brown, will become CEO and join its board of directors on Jan. 1, 2021.  He succeeds Alastair Marshwho will retire. Brown joined LR in 1996 as a marine surveyor and worked in leadership roles around the world, including president of its operations in China for seven years.   

Crusoe Energy Systems said Matthew DeNezza has joined the company as chief financial officer. Prior to joining Crusoe, DeNezza served as CFO at Meritage Midstream and Eclipse Resources.  

North Carolina-based engineering and surveying firm McKim & Creed named Jeanne Cormier and Paula Sims to its board of directors, replacing retiring directors. Since 2017, Cormier has been president and CEO of Chicago engineering firm Lochner, which she joined in 1988 as a field office engineer. Sims spent 30 years in managerial and leadership positions at Progress Energy and GE Aviation and now teaches at the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School.  

Kristine Wiley was promoted to director of GTI’s Hydrogen Technology Center after serving as R&D director for Environmental, Risk and Integrity Management programs. She has worked closely with the energy industry on a range of issues over nearly two decades at GTI.

Alex Young joined heavy-equipment auctioneers Yoder & Frey as territory manager. He will focus on developing the brand in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi. 


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