HF Sinclair Corp. Adds 3 New Executives to its Leadership Team

HF Sinclair Corp. is an independent energy company that produces and markets high-value light products such as gasoline, diesel fuel, jet fuel, renewable diesel, and other specialty products.

Dallas-based HF Sinclair Corp. announced that in connection with Tim Go’s previously announced promotion to chief executive officer and president, three additional people have been added to the company’s executive leadership team.

“I am confident in the abilities of these three individuals and believe their proven track record will continue to drive forward HF Sinclair’s commercial and operational initiatives,” Go said in a statement.

Valerie Pompa has been promoted to EVP of operations. Pompa has served as senior vice president, Refinery Operations for HF Sinclair since 2020 and has held various senior operations roles within the oil and gas industry for more than 30 years, including 17 years with Flint Hills Resources LP.

Steve Ledbetter has joined HF Sinclair as EVP of commercial. Before coming to HF Sinclair, Ledbetter spent 24 years with Shell in various management roles, including president and CEO of Jiffy Lube International, and most recently, president and CEO of Shell Midstream Partners GP LLC.

Matt Joyce has joined the lubricants and specialty products segment of HF Sinclair as senior vice president pf lubricant and specialties. Previously, Joyce spent 28 years with The Lubrizol Corp. in various leadership positions, including vice president, Global Sales and Marketing, president, Lubrizol Japan, and most recently, VP, Corporate Ventures.

Go was promoted to CEO in February.

HF Sinclair Corp. is an independent energy company that produces and markets high-value light products such as gasoline, diesel fuel, jet fuel, renewable diesel, and other specialty products.

The company was formed as a result of a deal announced in August 2021, when Dallas-based petroleum refiner HollyFrontier Corp. and Holly Energy Partners (HEP) acquired 105-year-old Sinclair Oil and a related business in a deal valued at nearly $2.6 billion. HF Sinclair then launched on the NYSE in March 2022 under the ticker ‘DINO.’

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