Texas Petrochemicals LP Announces
Changes in Commercial Organization
Tuesday February 8, 2:08 pm ET
HOUSTON, TX--(MARKET WIRE)--Feb 8, 2005 -- Texas Petrochemicals LP (TPC), a Houston-based petrochemical company specializing in C4 hydrocarbons, today announced changes within its commercial organization.
Jerry Law has been named to the role of senior vice president for strategic planning and business development for TPC. In this role, Jerry will work with senior leadership in the company to develop and execute key elements of the company's business plan. Jerry has been with TPC since 1995 and previously served as vice president of petrochemicals.
Glenn Bohny has been named to the role of vice president and general manager for the company's C4 processing business. In this role, Glenn will be responsible for creating and directing a business team focused on the business performance. Glenn has been with TPC since 1988 and previously served as vice president of specialty chemicals.
John Mafrige has been named vice president of strategic projects and regulatory affairs. In addition to specific strategic projects, John will lead the company's activities related to all regulatory interface at the local, state and federal level. John Mafrige has been with TPC since 1996.
"These changes are reflective of a growing company with a tactical plan to maintains its focus on crude C4 processing and isobutylene businesses, while looking ahead for areas of strategic growth," said Charlie Shaver, president and CEO of TPC.
The company is a producer of quality C4 chemical products widely used as chemical building blocks for synthetic rubber, nylon carpets, adhesives, catalysts and additives used in high-performance polymers. The company has manufacturing facilities in the industrial corridor adjacent to the Houston Ship Channel and operates product terminals in Baytown, Texas and Lake Charles, Louisiana. For more information about the company's products and services, visit the Company online at www.txpetrochem.com .
Source: Texas Petrochemicals LP
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