TRC Companies Inc. has named John Hritcko, Jr. as the company’s Senior Vice President, Oil and Gas.
Hritcko will lead the strategic growth of TRC’s nationally recognised environmental, permitting, engineering, and construction management services, delivering innovative strategies and creative solutions to client challenges.
TRC’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chris Vincze, said: “With more than 35 years of industry experience and a track record of achieving results, John's strategic vision and leadership will create value for our company and our clients […] John is a well-respected leader within the industry, and we look forward to his contributions to the success of our Oil and Gas Initiative.”
Hritcko's wide ranging career in the natural sector spans technical and commercial disciplines within pipelines, midstream LNG. His expertise includes new business development, project management, commercial negotiations, regulatory and governmental relations, and stakeholder engagement. Prior to joining TRC, Hritcko was the Director, LNG Sales, for Wison Offshore and Marine responsible for growing new business opportunities for Wison's floating LNG (FLNG) solutions.
Hritcko said: “I look forward to growing TRC's oil and gas related business, developing 'trusted partner' relationships with our existing clients, and expanding TRC’s service portfolio to meet the needs of the booming energy sector."
Previously, Hritcko served in leadership positions for Shell Gas & Power in Houston, Texas and The Columbia Gas System. As Senior VP and Regional Project Director for Broadwater Energy LLC, a joint venture between Shell and TransCanada, he directed project development teams and led its public outreach programme while securing federal permits for a critically needed energy project intended to serve the NYC metropolitan gas market. While at Columbia Gas, Hritcko played a key role planning and implementing the turnaround of the then idle Cove Point business.
Hritcko led the joint industry subcommittee on LNG for the National Petroleum Council during the ‘2003 Natural Gas Study’, recommending changes to federal natural gas quality specifications including the use of gas interchangeability standards.
Adapted from press release by Callum O'Reilly
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