Manhattan Pipeline appoints Jennifer McGee as Vice President of Customer Relations and Strategic Development
TULSA, OKLAHOMA – Manhattan Pipeline, LLC, Manhattan Construction Group’s pipeline construction subsidiary specializing in maintenance and integrity services, has appointed Jennifer McGee as customer relations and strategic development vice president. McGee will drive business growth, develop and manage customer relationships, and advise on strategic growth opportunities in the evolving energy industry.
“Jennifer has had an extensive career within the energy industry focused on the client experience,” said Manhattan Pipeline Executive Vice President Duwayn Anderson. “With experience in the upstream, midstream, and downstream segments in pipeline project management and business development, she has technical knowledge from every perspective in the business. We are pleased to welcome her to our Manhattan family of builders.”
With more than a decade of experience in the oil and gas industry, McGee has held leadership positions in construction, engineering, and consulting. She has led procurement and project management of oil and gas projects across the U.S. Before joining Manhattan, she led business development for the integrity management division at Duluth-based Lake Superior Consulting.
She is a founding member of the Women’s Energy Network Missouri Chapter. She holds of Master of International Business from St. Louis University, a Master of Business Administration in Energy from the University of Oklahoma, and a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences from Southern Illinois University.
Manhattan Pipeline, LLC primarily provides pipeline and facility integrity and maintenance services throughout the U.S. The company’s work includes integrity digs, anomaly repairs, in-line inspection modifications and support, pipeline repairs, reconditioning, relocation, replacement, and lowering. Manhattan offers emergency response services and performs new construction, station modification and repairs, and reconditioning of compressor, meter, and pump stations.