Southcross appoints Moxley as SVP and chief commercial officer

Southcross Energy Partners LP (NYSE: SXE) has appointed Joel D. Moxley as senior vice president and chief commercial officer of Southcross Energy Partners GP LLC, the general partner of Southcross. 

Moxley has over 30 years of midstream commercial and operations expertise including senior leadership roles at both the Crestwood companies and Crosstex Energy LP.  

Moxley joins Southcross having previously served as senior vice president of operations services for the Crestwood companies, where he expanded commercial efforts and supported numerous acquisitions. Prior to Crestwood, he was senior vice president of Crosstex Energy LP with responsibility for the commercial activities of Crosstex’s South Louisiana gas processing and NGL fractionation assets as well as the marketing of NGLs for Crosstex companywide. Moxley’s experience also includes midstream leadership roles at Enterprise, El Paso Corp., PG&E Corp., Valero Energy Corp., and Occidental Petroleum.

Moxley served as the immediate past chairman of the Gas Processors Association and as a board member of the Texas Pipeline Association. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from Rice University.

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