Superior Pipeline Company announces senior management promotions
Published by Sara Simper,
Superior Pipeline Company, L.L.C. (Superior) announced yesterday the following promotions to its senior management team:
- Bill Ward has been promoted from Senior Vice President, Commercial Activities to President of Superior.
- Ed Alexander has been promoted from Senior Vice President, Accounting and Administration to Chief Financial Officer and Controller.
- Kevin Koerner has been promoted from Vice President, Operations and Engineering to Senior Vice President, Operations and Engineering.
Bill Ward joined the company in February 2008 and served as Vice President of Gas Supply and Business Development until December 2014 when he was promoted to the position of Senior Vice President of Commercial Activity.
Ed Alexander joined the company in July 2003 as Financial Analyst. Since then, he has served in different roles, including Business Manager, and Director of Accounting and Administration, until his most recent assignment of Senior Vice President of Accounting and Administration in January 2013.
Kevin Koerner joined the company in November 2005 and served as Engineering Manager until January 2010 when he was promoted to the position of Director of Engineering which he held until January 2013 when he was promoted to Vice President of Project Development. He has served in the role of Vice President of Operations and Engineering since December 2014.
Kevin Clement, a member of Superior’s Board, said: “Bill, Ed and Kevin have all performed in an exemplary fashion in all of their roles over the years which has prepared them to assume these key management positions in the company. They all have a proven track record which will help set the stage for future success.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/25032022/superior-pipeline-company-announces-senior-management-promotions/
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