GPA Midstream announces staff changes

Dreyer retiring as SVP; Dibrow added as director of Midstream Activities

GPA Midstream and GPSA announced the retirement of Senior Vice President and Corporate Secretary Johnny Dreyer as well as the hiring of Brandie Dibrow, who will be director of Midstream Activities.

Dreyer has been a leader of the midstream industry, having served in an array of roles with GPA Midstream and GPSA for nearly 30 years, including producing the acclaimed annual convention, managing technical services, and government affairs.

Johnny Dreyer

“We will miss Johnny’s experience, wisdom, and good humor,” said GPA Midstream President Joel Moxley. “His contributions to the associations and to the midstream are immeasurable. When many people think of national GPA Midstream and GPSA associations, the first name that comes to mind is Johnny Dreyer.”

Disbrow comes to GPA Midstream with two decades of experience within energy, engineering and construction. Her expertise includes business development, trade shows, operations management, and sales and marketing. Her resume includes stops at Audubon Companies, JRJ Energy Services, Energy Inspection Group, Tulsa Inspection Resources, Golden Field Services, and Excellence Engineering. She has been an active member of GPA Midstream’s Midcontinent chapter, including serving as chair of the chapter’s Marketing Committee.

Brandie Dibrow

“We’re excited to add someone of Brandie’s talent and experience to our team,” Moxley said. “She will play a key part in our work with members, and in helping our associations remain at the forefront of representing the midstream.”

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