US midstream company Enterprise Products Partners has named Carrie L Weaver as vice president, commercial, Evolutionary Technology, to lead its Evolutionary Technology team to prepare for the energy transition.
The Evolutionary Technology team was formed in May 2021 to identify, evaluate, and develop opportunities for energy evolution, such as in carbon capture and storage (CCS), hydrogen and low carbon fuels. Weaver will develop commercial strategies to progress promising ideas into profitable solutions. Her role will also include working with external partners to develop projects using Enterprise’s midstream assets and technical capabilities for the evolving energy industry.
Weaver has a degree in chemical engineering from Virginia Tech and joined Enterprise in 2013 from ExxonMobil. She most recently served as vice president, commercial, regulated pipelines for the eastern region.
‘Enterprise is committed to being a leader in this changing energy landscape by providing new services that utilise our integrated asset footprint, expansive industry connectivity, reputation for reliability and ability to deliver dependable results for our customers. The addition of Carrie to our recently formed Evolutionary Technology team gives us an experienced and accomplished presence as we move forward with commercialising projects that are profitable and complement our business model, while advancing a low-carbon economy,’ says Enterprise co-CEO AJ ‘Jim’ Teague.