CSI Compressco LP (Nasdaq: CCLP) on Nov. 20 announced the appointment of Owen Serjeant as President.
Serjeant, a 35-year industry veteran who joins the company from Cameron, will report to Stuart M. Brightman, chairman of the board of directors of CSI Compressco GP, the general partner of CSI Compressco, and president and CEO of TETRA Technologies Inc. (NYSE: TTI), which owns CSI Compressco GP and various equity interests in CSI Compressco.
“We are excited to have someone with Owen’s extensive global leadership and operations background in the energy industry, including direct experience leading a compression business division, join our leadership team,” said Brightman in a statement. “We believe CSI Compressco will benefit greatly from Owen’s energy industry experience to continue to grow our product and service offerings in domestic and international markets. He is a strong and knowledgeable leader, committed to operational excellence, and his customer-centric approach to operations will be a key factor to our continuing drive to improve profitability and increase shareholder returns.”
Serjeant’s career in global management and operations spans compression, subsea production and hydrocarbon processing. Most recently he served as group vice president, global operational support for Cameron, a Schlumberger Ltd. company. Prior to that, he held various managerial roles for Cameron International, which was acquired by Schlumberger in 2016. His executive positions at Cameron International included corporate vice president, global operational excellence; group president, compression systems division; group president, process and compression systems divisions; and president subsea systems.
Serjeant earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Aston University and a Master of Business Administration from Henley Management College in the United Kingdom.
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