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Plains All American promotes two officers

Plains All American Pipeline LP

Plains All American Pipeline LP (NYSE: PAA) has promoted two of its senior officers, effective immediately.

John vonBerg has been promoted to executive vice president of commercial activities. He has been with PAA since 2002 in commercial leadership roles, most recently serving as the senior vice president of commercial activities. Prior to PAA, he served in various executive management positions, including president and CEO of Genesis Energy. Before joining Genesis Energy, vonBerg held various positions at Philbro Energy and Marathon Oil Co.

Dwayne Koehn has been promoted to vice president of engineering. He has nearly 10 years of experience with Plains or predecessors in engineering leadership roles, most recently serving as managing director of engineering. Previously, he served in engineering management roles within Koch Industries and a subsidiary of General Electric.

 

 

 

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