Industry veteran Dilanka Seimon has been named executive vice president and chief commercial officer at Dallas-based EnLink Midstream LLC. EnLink said that Seimon joins the company on Aug. 15.
EnLink Chief Executive Officer Jesse Arenivas said the company has taken its time for “the right person with the right combination of leadership skills” to emerge.
“Dilanka has a proven track record of driving commercial growth across multiple energy commodities and has successfully executed business development for new energy infrastructure,” Arenivas said. And his alignment with the company’s vision is clear, the CEO said: “He shares EnLink’s conviction that the midstream sector has a significant opportunity to lead in the energy transformation and is excited to create our next wave of commercial growth, as EnLink builds ‘the future of midstream.'”
Seimon comes to EnLink with more than 20 years of experience in strategy and commercial leadership roles across the upstream and midstream energy industries, spanning both traditional hydrocarbon energy and emerging energy sectors, such as carbon capture and storage, renewable fuels, hydrogen, and carbon markets, the company said.
Most recently, Seimon was vice president of alternative energy at Energy Transfer.
Before that, he was vice president sales and marketing at BHP, leading teams responsible for logistics and marketing of BHP’s global oil, gas, NGL, and LNG production portfolio, as well as energy procurement for that company.
Prior to BHP, he held various roles in natural gas trading, marketing, and origination.
EnLink Midstream provides integrated midstream infrastructure services for natural gas, crude oil, condensate, and NGLs, as well as CO2 transportation for carbon capture and sequestration.
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