Pembina reforms management structure, makes new appointments

Pembina Pipeline Corporation

Pembina Pipeline Corporation, one of Canada’s largest energy infrastructure companies, following the acquisition of Veresen, has made a number of management appointments. 

The acquisition increased the company’s scale and scope of business, Pembina is looking to evolve its management structure and has appointed new personnel to newly created positions within its team, reporting directly to Mick Dilger, the company’s president & CEO.

Jason Wiun, has been named the senior vice president & chief operating officer, pipelines. Wiun started his career with Pembina in 1997 and has held progressive roles across the company, with his most recent position being that of vice president, conventional pipelines. In his new role, Wiun has accountability for the company’s natural gas liquids (NGL), crude, condensate, oil sands and natural gas transportation pipelines.

Jaret Sprott was named SVP & COO, facilities. Sprott joined Pembina as vice president of its gas services business in January 2015. Prior to joining Pembina, Sprott spent a number of years with a leading North American upstream producer in a variety of engineering, development, operating and planning roles. In his new role, he has accountability for Pembina’s natural gas processing, extraction, fractionation and storage facilities.

Stu Taylor, has taken the position of SVP marketing and new ventures & corporate development officer. Taylor joined Pembina in 2009 as vice president, gas services and his most recent position was as senior vice president, NGL and natural gas facilities. In his new role, Taylor has accountability for all commodity marketing activities, plus initiatives associated with extending Pembina’s value chain such as the proposed integrated propane dehydrogenation and polypropylene facility and the Jordan Cove LNG projects as well as various other major projects.

Paul Murphy, has been appointed SVP & corporate services officer. He joined Pembina in February 2011 as vice president, conventional pipelines, and his most recent position was as senior vice president, pipeline & crude oil facilities. Murphy has over 30 years of related experience in hydrocarbon exploration, processing, NGL extraction and transportation, which includes holding several management and executive positions with major transportation and processing companies. In his new role,. Murphy will ensure that corporate functions, including technical and operating services, information systems and human resources are aligned with the strategic goals of the company.

Scott Burrows, Pembina’s SVP and chief financial officer, and Harry Anderson, Pembina’s SVP, external affairs & chief legal officer, will continue in their current roles which they were appointed to on July 1, 2017, the company said.

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