John Paul Enloe, President and CEO of YPF Holdings and Maxus Energy Corporation
John Enloe currently serves as President and CEO of Maxus Energy Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of YPF Holdings.
has over 25 years of experience in the national and international oil and gas and power generation business.
areas of expertise include strategic planning, gas transmission and distribution, power generation, exploration and production operations management, new ventures, marketing and finance.
Prior to joining Maxus, Enloe served as Duke Energy International's (DEI) senior vice president of commercial operations and development.
responsibilities included overseeing DEI's commercial and operational activities, expansion, new ventures and project execution (construction).
was one of two Duke representatives on the board of directors for Duke's National Methanol investment in Saudi Arabia.
Mr. Enloe also served as President of Duke LNG Sales, which included 2 LNG ships, a receiving terminal in the US, LNG purchase arrangements with Algeria, and gas resale agreements in the US.
Duke's international portfolio at as of 2009 consisted of more than US $4 billion in assets.
Before joining the company, he served as the senior managing director of the energy advisory group for CIBC Oppenheimer World Markets in Houston, Texas, from 1997 to 1999.
In that capacity, he
was responsible for advising companies in, and managing the process for, the acquisition and divestiture of upstream oil and gas properties.
From 1989 to 1997, Enloe served in several executive positions for British Gas, PLC (BG).
He served as senior vice president of business development for BG from 1994 to 1996.
His responsibilities included management and direct supervision of the downstream business development activities for the Latin American market.
From 1992 to 1994, he lived in Argentina and was president of British Gas Sud America, with lead business development and asset management responsibility for both upstream and downstream activities in the Southern Cone.
Prior to this position, he was vice president of business development and negotiations for British Gas Exploration and Production.
In these capacities Mr. Enloe
has worked extensively in North and West Africa, the Far East, and Latin America.
He is presently a member or former member of the following committees: Environmental, Brand Strategy, United Way Special Events, chairman 2008 United Way Corporate Campaign, Corporate EH&S A&G Review, Corporate Security, DEI Crisis Management (chairman), plus the boards of directors of International Institute of Education, the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators, Houston World Affairs Council, and chairman of the Merahi Rapa Nui Foundation.
Enloe graduated from the University of Louisiana with a bachelor's degree in political science.
He also has an MBA from Tulane University's Freeman School of Business.