EnLink Midstream has named Dilanka Seimon as its executive vice president and chief commercial officer (CCO), the company said in an Aug. 11 press release. The appointment is effective Aug. 15.
Seimon brings over two decades of experience in strategy and commercial leadership to EnLink. In the past, he served as vice president of alternative energy at Energy Transfer and vice president of sales and marketing at BHP. He has also held various roles in natural gas trading, marketing and origination.
"Dilanka has a proven track record of driving commercial growth across multiple energy commodities and has successfully executed business development for new energy infrastructure,” said Jesse Arenivas, CEO of EnLink. “He also shares EnLink's conviction that the midstream sector has a significant opportunity to lead in the energy transformation and is excited to create our next wave of commercial growth as EnLink builds 'the future of midstream.'"
2023-12-05 - Alexander J. Reyes, CNX Resources Corp.'s former executive vice president of general counsel and corporate secretary, is leaving CNX after 16 years.
2023-12-01 - COP28 gives the private sector—including those from the oil and gas industry—and other delegates an opportunity to chime in on the global climate agenda set by world leaders.
2023-12-01 - Advisers need to sharpen their pencils at the negotiation table, E&P operator Bryan Sheffield said — because “all you're going to do is upset your seller by promising a market that isn't there. No one's going to pay you.”
2023-11-30 - International Petroleum Corp. previously announced William Lundin’s appointment to the board effective Jan. 1, 2024. With both Starkman and Lundin’s addition, IPC’s board will be increased to eight directors.
2023-11-28 - Petrobras plans to invest $102 billion between 2024-2028 under its new strategic plan, up 31% compared to their 2023-2027 plan, aiming to achieve production of 3.2 MMboe/d by the end of the five-year timeframe.