Oklahoma City’s Enable Midstream Partners LP will be doing some shuffling of its leadership with the announced departure of Chief Operating Officer Craig Harris.
He’s leaving Enable Midstream to become a chief executive for a privately-held midstream energy company. But the announcement did not identify which firm.
“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,” said Rod Sailor, president and CEO. “We wish him the best in his new opportunity.
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, Field Operations, will lead operational, technical, and environmental, health, and safety functions. Faraca and Antoine will report directly to Sailor.
Harris will serve until Nov. 1, after which the company will begin a search for its next chief operating officer.