Exterran Partners, a US natural gas contract operations services provider, has announced that Michael Anderson, senior vice president (SVP) and chief financial officer (CFO) of its managing general partner, will leave the company effective 2 April 2012. Anderson will be joining a privately held midstream company as its CFO.
Exterran Partners has appointed David Miller as SVP and CFO of Exterran GP, to be effective immediately following Anderson’s resignation. Miller is a member of the finance organisation and most recently was vice president finance of the eastern hemisphere region. He previously led Exterran Partners as CFO, and he brings important financial and management experience to his new position that will give the company continuity and a smooth transition.
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