Enable Midstream Partners LP said Oct. 24 that COO Craig Harris is leaving the company for a CEO role at a privately-held midstream energy company, though didn’t disclose its name.
Harris has been with Enable since joining the Oklahoma City-based company from Columbia Pipeline Group in September 2016. He was promoted to COO on Jan. 1, 2019, after serving as the chief commercial officer for more than two years.
A 30-year industry veteran, Harris worked at El Paso Corp. for 20 years in roles of increasing responsibility and also served in private equity as managing director at Alinda Capital Partners.
Enable said Harris will remain with the company until Nov. 1.
Also effective Nov. 1, Tina Faraca, senior vice president commercial, will lead all commercial, business development, and engineering and construction functions. While Frank Antoine, senior vice president of field operations, will lead operational, technical, and environmental, health, and safety functions.
Faraca and Antoine will report directly to Rod Sailor, Enable president and CEO.
“Craig’s impact at Enable has been significant, and we appreciate the strong leadership he has provided as the company has achieved meaningful commercial and operational results,” Sailor said in a statement. “We wish him the best in his new opportunity.”
Enable’s recent commercial achievements include the completion of the Wildcat, CaSE and Muskogee projects, according to the company press release. It also announced its Gulf Run Pipeline project that will provide a critical link between growing natural gas production in Louisiana and increased demand from Gulf Coast and international markets.
The find, made in the Sakakemang block in South Sumatra, would translate into more than 350 million barrels of oil equivalent.
The well is being completed as a producer in the Vivian Formation in the north part of the field, the company said.
First production for both projects is expected in late 2020 or early 2021.