American Gilsonite Company announces new VP and CCO
Published by Aimee Knight,
American Gilsonite Company (‘AGC’) has announced the appointment of Craig Mueller as Vice President (VP) and Chief Commercial Officer (CCO), effective immediately. Mr. Mueller is responsible for AGC’s commercial strategy, business development, advancement of technologies for customer-focused products and leadership of its worldwide sales team.
He will work closely with AGC’s President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), David G. Gallagher, to develop strategies that continue to drive the company’s long-term commercial success.
Mr. Mueller is a seasoned executive with more than 30 years of experience in the oil and gas industry with extensive knowledge in oilfield operations, international business relationships, business development and commercial strategy. He joins AGC from Baker Hughes’ executive leadership team, where he most recently served as VP of Sales – ExxonMobil.
“As we advance our global expansion, top tier talent additions are fundamental for the continued success of AGC in the marketplace. With Craig’s expertise in the well construction segment, close relationships within the E&P community and vast domestic and international experience, we are confident he will continue to drive the value of Gilsonite in the eyes of our clients,” says David G. Gallagher, President and CEO of AGC.
“I am very humbled and excited to be joining this best-in-class organisation with a strong reputation of dedicated leadership in the industry. I look forward to spearheading its growth, while we continue to innovate and collaborate with our clients,” says Craig Mueller, VP and CCO of AGC.
Mr. Mueller earned a bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering from Louisiana State University.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/special-reports/19022019/american-gilsonite-company-announces-new-vp-and-cco/
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