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Public Service Electric and Gas Company announced the promotions of three executives Thursday.

PSE&G said in a news release that Kim C. Hanemann was named senior vice president of the utility’s Delivery Projects and Construction organization. In her new role, Hanemann will oversee implementation of PSE&G’s multibillion-dollar transmission investment.

In addition, John R. Latka was name senior vice president-electric and gas operations. Latka will oversee all electric and gas operations, safety and emergency preparedness initiatives.

Finally, Gregory C. Dunlap was named vice president-customer operations. He will be responsible for customer satisfaction, contact, billing, metering and collections.

Meanwhile, PSE&G parent Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated announced in a news release that it had made a trio of promotions.

Derek DiRisio was named president of the PSEG Services Corporation unit, effective Aug. 4. Currently vice president and controller for PSEG, he will be responsible for improving the coordination and delivery of the company’s centralized services.

Stuart J. Black was named controller of PSEG, effective immediately. Prior to, he was a vice president and assistant controller.

Finally, Laurent Pommier was promoted to vice president-risk management and chief risk officer, effective immediately. He had been serving as director, quantitative analysis-power finance.

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Eric Strauss is the digital content editor for NJBIZ. He has been a reporter and editor for newspapers in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, as well as for a number of websites. You can contact him at erics@njbiz.com or @acerimrat on Twitter.

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