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Enerflex Names Three Executives

Jerauld Fraelic’s retirement due in 2015


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Enerflex Ltd., Calgary, has named Marc Rossiter as president of United States and Latin American operations and Bradley Beebe as president of Canadian operations, effective immediately.

They will replace Americas President Jerauld Fraelic, a 37-year veteran of the company who is retiring Jan. 2, 2015. Fraelic will work with Rossiter and Beebe in the interim.

Rossiter has been with Calgary-based Enerflex for more than 18 years, serving 10 years in Houston. Beebe has more than 18 years in the oil and gas industry and has been with Enerflex for 6 years, most recently as president of its Gas Drive Global subsidiary.

Trevor Kramer will become Gas Drive general manager, overseeing operations in Canada and the Northern United States. He has been with Enerflex for more than 24 years, most recently as Gas Drive’s Northern U.S. general manager.

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