GTI Statia (GTIS) has made three appointments to its senior leadership team. John Roller was named president and CEO, Jim Calvert was appointed chief commercial officer and Karen Vázquez was named as CFO.
The appointments follow the July sale of GTI Statia, one of the largest independent crude and refined product storage terminals serving the U.S. Gulf Coast and Caribbean markets, by NuStar Energy to Prostar Capital. Prostar acquired the facility, located on a Dutch island in the Caribbean, for $250 million.
The senior leadership will work from the company’s newly opened corporate headquarters in San Antonio, as the firm continues to grow its team.
Roller, the new CEO, most recently served as VP of marketing and business development of NuStar’s U.S. storage terminals, where he was responsible for a $1.5 billion portfolio. He also served as VP of operat