Dec. 3, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- MRC Global Inc. (NYSE: MRC) announced today the appointment of
Scott A. Hutchinson
as Executive Vice President – Canada. Hutchinson will replace
, Senior Vice President – Canada Region, who is retiring.
MRC Global Chairman and CEO,
Andrew R. Lane
, said, "Given the importance of the oil sands, heavy oil development and shale markets in
to our overall business performance and success, I have appointed
to lead our efforts in
effective immediately. In this newly created role, Scott will report directly to me and will relocate to
to lead our Canadian business.
was a founder of Midfield Supply, and we appreciate his leadership over the years as Midfield has become fully integrated with MRC operations. We wish Rick the best in his retirement."
Hutchinson began his career with MRC Global in 1984 and has held a variety of operations leadership roles. Most recently he served as Executive Vice President of North America Operations since
. Prior to that, from
, he served as Senior Vice President of the Eastern region. From
, he served as Senior Vice President of the Midwest region. Prior to joining MRC, Hutchinson worked at Fluor. He received a B.A. in marketing from the
University of Central Florida
Lane added, "Scott's 25+ years of operations and project experience will add a new dimension to the leadership and our plans for growth in
As a result of Hutchinson's appointment, MRC Global is reorganizing its North America Operations group so that
will now serve as Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, US Operations, and will continue his global responsibilities for operational processes, information systems, safety, quality and marketing. The three US regions will now report directly to Underhill.
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