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Breakout Sessions:
NGVs: The Compelling Case
National Debut of JOBS NG Calculator
CNG By The Numbers: Funding Opportunities, Rebates, Incentives and Taxation
Selecting and Working With a Quality Engineering Firm
Light Duty Roundtable
Successful Light Duty Fleets
CNG Fleet Fueling Options
The CNG Value Chain: Getting gas from the Well to the Vehicle


NGVs: The Compelling Case | Tues., 9:30-11:50 am

This presentation will give the basic introduction to NGVs from natural gas basics to fueling options, laying out the economic reasons that have compelled so many businesses and governments to convert their fleets to CNG, and providing an overview of the current CNG market and what developments, including vehicles, we can expect in the near future.

Presenter

Stephe Yborra, NGVAmerica

Stephe Yborra

Director of Market Analysis, Education and Communications

NGVAmerica

 

In his dual roles at both the natural gas vehicle (NGV) industry’s national trade association and at its educational foundation, Stephe assesses NGV market opportunities and barriers and then develops programs to address them.

This includes: Preparing market and technology analyses; Advising government and industry RDD&D program task forces; Presenting educational seminars and webinars; Publishing articles and guest columns in niche fleet sector magazines; Coordinating NGV industry participation in national fleet-oriented trade events.


National Debut of JOBS NG 1.0 Calculator | Wed., 3:20-4:20 pm

The jobs calculator will be officially launched at NGVOK, and the tool initially will focus on impacts associated with CNG stations. Subsequent versions will address impacts associated with LNG and LCNG stations, other infrastructure and vehicle conversions. At NGVOK, Marianne Mintz, Principal investigator and head of Deployment and Analysis within Argonne’s Energy Systems Division, will summarize the methodology and design of JOBS NG 1.0 (JOBS and economic impacts of Natural Gas), explain the user interface, provide information on downloading the model and accessing on-line user resources, and present illustrative results.

Presenter

Marianne Mintz, Argonne National Laboratory

Marianne Mintz

Deployment & Analyst Team lead, Energy Systems Division

Argonne National Laboratory

 

Marianne Mintz specializes in transportation energy forecasting and policy analysis for Argonne National Laboratory’s Center for Transportation Research. She has over 30 years experience in transportation and energy analysis and has authored over 80 publications in the field. Her recent work centers on infrastructure requirements of alternative fuel pathways, fuel transitions and the energy and greenhouse gas emissions associated with converting landfill gas to vehicular fuel. She is an active member of the Transportation Research Board (TRB), past chair of TRB’s Transportation Energy Committee and a current member of the Special Task Force on Transportation and Climate Change. She holds a masters degree from UCLA and has completed post-graduate work at the University of Illinois at Chicago.


CNG by the Numbers | Wed., 3:20-4:20 pm

In this course designed for station owners and fleet managers, you’ll learn innovative ways to fund CNG projects by taking advantage of tax incentives, utility rebates and low-interest loan programs. You’ll also learn which forms to file, how the excise taxes and federal road taxes apply, and more.

Speakers

Sandra Loi, NREL (moderator)

Sandra Loi

Project Leader III – Deployment and Market Transformation, Clean Cities Program

National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL)

 

Sandra Loi is a project leader for Clean Cities at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), in Golden, CO. Sandra focuses on Clean Cities’ coordination and outreach activities, such as supporting coordinators, preparing new program initiatives, and organizing webinars and trainings for coordinators and stakeholders. She works to develop and strengthen partnerships with community organizations, industry partners, and other stakeholders. Sandra is also the project lead for the Technical Response Service (TRS), MotorWeek, and the Clean Cities mentoring program. She also supports NREL’s efforts for the National Clean Fleets Partnership, which establishes strategic alliances with large private fleets to help them explore and adopt alternative fuels and fuel economy measures to cut petroleum use.

Prior to coming to NREL, Sandra worked for the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) in Washington, D.C. as a project manager, focusing on product commercialization and marketing for on- and off-road vehicles, forklifts, and agricultural engines. Sandra also conducted education and outreach for propane technology.

Sandra holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in International Business and Marketing from The George Washington University and a Master of Science in Management and Organizations degree, with a specialization in Global Management, from the University of Colorado.

Dave Amon, Amon & Goumaz CPAs

Dave Amon

Owner

Amon & Goumaz CPAs

 

As a practicing CPA for 30 years, David is well versed in the benefits of CNG tax credits and the beneficial impact of using CNG in your business operations. David has been the featured speaker at numerous small business organizational meetings and has a way of making the rather bland and complex world of taxes more understandable and mildly entertaining. David also considers himself a CNG evangelist and has driven converted vehicles for over five years.

Adriane Jaynes, Tulsa Area Clean Cities

Adriane-JaynesAdriane Jaynes

Co-Coordinator

Tulsa Area Clean Cities

 

Adriane Jaynes is the Co-Coordinator for Tulsa Area Clean Cities at Indian Nations Council of Governments (INCOG). Jaynes joined Tulsa Area Clean Cities in 2011 and has been Co-Coordinator since 2012. She has a Master’s Degree in Social Work with an emphasis in Administration and Community Practice from the University of Oklahoma. Jaynes has administered over $1,000,000 in federal funding on alternative fuel projects across Oklahoma and Arkansas.

Prior to her work with Clean Cities, Adriane worked for several nonprofit organizations, in positions focused on advocacy, grant writing, administration, and communications.

Mitchell Simpson, Arkansas Clean Cities

Mitchell-Simpson_smMitchell Simpson

Deputy Director, Arkansas Energy Office

Coordinator, Arkansas Clean Cities Coalition

Mitchell Simpson is the Deputy Director for the Arkansas Energy Office (AEO), a division of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission. The AEO promotes energy efficiency and emerging technologies through energy education and information programs as well as manages federal energy funds in the State of Arkansas.

Mitchell focuses on energy efficiency programming such as the Centers of Excellence, Arkansas Energy Star Appliance Rebate Program, Small Cities and Counties Program, Energy Efficiency Arkansas, Track and Save Program, Arkansas Clean Cities Coalition, and various outreach activities.

Mitchell holds a Master of Public Administration from Arkansas State University and a Juris Doctor from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

Richard Dericks, Dericks Leasing & Financial Co.

Richard Dericks

President

Dericks Leasing & Financial Company

Richard has spent his career working in finance including with Goldman Sachs in New York City and Hong Kong. After executing over $20bn worth of transactions, he left to join his family’s Tulsa based company, Dericks Leasing & Financial Company, to focus on providing financing for small and start-up businesses primarily in the energy industry (including CNG and LNG fueling infrastructure and vehicles). He received his BA in Economics from Vanderbilt University.

Allison Carr, Houston-Galveston Clean Cities

Allison Carr

Clean Cities Coordinator

Houston-Galveston Clean Cities

In her role, Allison actively supports multiple programs that have a common goal of reducing pollutant emissions and improving regional air quality. In particular, she has been involved in funding development, grant management and administration, and outreach for projects involving alternative fuels and advanced vehicle technologies. She has a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Master of Environmental Management degree from Duke University.


Selecting and Working With a Quality Engineering Firm | Wed., 9:30-10:30 am

Selecting the right firm can make the construction and operation of a station run smoothly. Learn what selection criteria, engineering, component and environmental factors to consider.

Speakers

Brad Ballard, ONE Gas (moderator)

Brad Ballard

Manager, CNG Business Development

ONE Gas

Brad Ballard is the Manager – CNG Business Development for ONE Gas. He is responsible for directing compressed natural gas (CNG) activities at ONE Gas distribution companies Kansas Gas Service, Oklahoma Natural Gas, and Texas Gas Service. The commercial CNG team focuses on growing the external market through relationship development with 3rd party retail fuel providers, fleet operators, auto dealers, conversion centers, regulators, legislators, and CNG component manufacturers and vendors. Intercompany relationships with engineering/operating, rates, customer accounting, gas-supply, and governmental affairs are also critical to the continued success of CNG growth.

Ballard has been with ONE Gas for over 35 years holding a variety of operating and customer service field, marketing, management, and director positions while with the company. He is a graduate of Northeastern State University -Tahlequah, OK. Brad has driven natural gas vehicles (NGVs) since 1983, operating one of the company’s first four converted vehicles. He marketed CNG for Oklahoma Natural Gas Company in the mid/late 1990s and is now driving his eighth personal NGV.

Reb Guthrie, Fuel Solutions, Inc.

Reb Guthrie

Principal and Project Manager

Fuel Solutions, Inc.

Reb has 19 years of CNG and vehicle-fueling consulting experience, and he is currently the Principal and Project Manager of Fuel Solutions. Projects include a wide variety of CNG-fueling projects, covering over 150 fueling facility designs. His design experience includes time fill for refuse and school districts, fleet fueling for municipalities, and high-capacity bus fueling for transit agencies throughout the U.S., including for L.A. Metro, NYCT, MBTA Boston and San Diego MTS. Reb is also an expert in integrated petroleum fueling facilities, fuel management, and ‘CNG safe’ garage modifications.

Richard Drake, ET Environmental

Richard Drake

Vice President, Engineering

ET Environmental

Richard Drake, P.E. is ET Environmental’s Vice President of Engineering, operating from the Mystic, CT office. Rich has more than 25 years of engineering design experience and possesses an in-depth knowledge of project development from the earliest stages of design through construction, including structural, mechanical, electrical and integrated controls systems. Rich’s team at ET has designed and constructed over 75 CNG fueling stations in just the past 5 years, including time-fill, retail fueling and associated NGV maintenance facility modifications.

Mike Tucker, TruStar Energy

Mike Tucker_smMike Tucker

Western Regional Sales Director

TruStar Energy

Mike Tucker has been working in the heavy equipment market segment for over 15 years and spent much of that time helping to design and sell refuse collection / recycling vehicles. He was instrumental in helping to promote CNG-fueled refuse collection vehicles since they became readily available in 2007. Since joining TruStar Energy in 2012, Mike has been responsible for expanding CNG fueling station infrastructure throughout the western United States, as well as portions of the Midwest, including Texas and Oklahoma.

John Bolte, Small Arrow Engineering

John H. Bolte, PE

Principal

Small Arrow Engineering

John Bolte is the Principal of Small Arrow Engineering in Joplin, Missouri. The consulting engineering firm was formed in April 2010 with the purpose of completing design and construction oversight of public and private CNG fueling facilities, for either time=fill or quick-fill fleet applications. John has nearly 30 years of engineering design experience, with over 12 years specifically in the natural gas sector. John is a licensed professional engineer in Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas and Arizona. John graduated with a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Kansas State University and an MBA from Missouri State University.


Light Duty Roundtable | Tues., 2-3 pm

When deciding to change your fleet to CNG, you need to know the cost, availability of vehicles, and what fits your needs. This panel will answer basic vehicles questions and go into detail about the advantages of different vehicles to help you identify what works for your fleet.

Speakers

Craig Dickson, Williams Cos. (moderator)

Craig Dickson

Business Development Manager

Williams Companies

Craig Dickson works in the natural gas infrastructure business with Williams Companies, developing plans for pipeline and facility expansions to gather, process and transport natural gas in the United States. In 2009, Craig embarked on a journey to discover whether natural gas would be economical to use for automobiles, and chronicled his journal on BurnUSgas.com.

With a career focused on natural gas, Craig is happy to finally be using natural gas for his family’s daily transportation needs. Kim, Craig’s wife of 22 years, drives a bi-fuel Chevy Tahoe converted by Impco. Craig drives a Honda Civic GX, and has become a staunch advocate for CNG.

Jon Coleman, Ford Motor Company

Jon Coleman, PhD.

Fleet Sustainability & Technology Manager

Ford Motor Company At Ford, Jon works with Ford’s fleet customers to develop sustainable solutions to their specific needs through the use of technology, fleet optimization and understanding driver behavior.

Jon has been involved with sustainability at Ford for more than 13 years and has represented Ford at venues ranging from the United Nations to the Academy of Management to the Clinton Global Initiative. His passion for sustainability is evident in his research focusing on how large organizations engage in sustainable behavior and how that decision making process can be embedded in the organization’s day–to-day operations. Jon’s view of sustainability goes far beyond “green” to include human rights, urban mobility and societal well-being, embracing the ideal that true sustainability involves “doing more good, not doing less bad.”

He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Ohio State, his Master’s degree in Finance from Xavier and his Doctorate in Management from Case Western Reserve University.

Keith Fields, IMPCO

Keith FieldsKeith Fields currently serves as the southern regional sales manager for IMPCO Automotive. Keith has nearly five years of alternative fuels experience and over twenty years in automotive and power generation with responsibilities to both facilities and sales management. In addition to his sales responsibly to the southern region, Keith manages IMPCO Automotive’s Certified Installer network, Isuzu ship-thru program and several national accounts while also accepting speaking opportunities to enhance awareness of alternative fuels and IMPCO Automotive’s products and capabilities.

Christopher Rendon, Don Carlton Honda

Christopher Rendon

Fleet Sales Manager

Don Carlton Honda Christopher Rendon is the Fleet Sales Manager at Don Carlton Honda. He has been in the car industry since early 2012 and became the main CNG contact at Don Carlton Honda in April 2014.

Dave Evans, The MERVAN Project

Dave Evans_smDave Evans

Project Manager

The MERVAN Project

Lieutenant Colonel Dave Evans (USAF Ret.) is currently the Project Director for the MERVAN Project. He is working directly with investors, the United States Postal Service, Ford Motor Co, numerous U.S. Senators and Representatives on a plan to replace the SPS fleet of vehicles with Natural Gas Dedicated Vehicles. Ultimately, the plans will more than double the current infrastructure for Compressed Natural Gas fill stations and availability for the public. The project team has identified challenges developing station infrastructure in constrained natural gas supply areas and have a patent pending storage solution that addresses these challenges.


Successful Light Duty Fleets | Wed., 2-3 pm

This session includes commercial and government fleet managers from various industries, who will share their CNG fleet success stories. Hear how they have been able to reduce maintenance costs and seen an overall fuel savings using this alternative fuel.

Speakers

Scott Watts, Samson Resources (moderator)

Scott Watts

Supervisor, Office Services and Facilities

Samson Resources Scott has 18 years of fleet management experience, with most of it spent at Samson Resources. Scott is a Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM), served on the board of the local NAFA South Central Chapter for many years, and exited as the Chapter Chair in 2010. He is active in the Tulsa Clean Cities Coalition and oversees Samson’s CNG program.

Mark Huff, Tri-Star Construction

Mark HuffMark Huff

President

Tri-Star Construction

Mark is the president of Tri-Star Construction, a full-service civil contracting firm. Tri-Star has become a leader in regards to converting its fleet from gasoline to CNG. The company also hosts its own CNG station on site. Mark has been instrumental in not only his own company’s conversion to CNG, but helping other business owners, as well, and has been featured in a Natural Gas Vehicle webinar sponsored by Westport. Mark believes in CNG so much, he also traded in his beloved personal diesel truck for a CNG truck.

Mike Henley, Fine Airport Parking

Mike Henley

Director of Operations

Fine Airport Parking Mike serves as the Director of Operations for Fine Airport Parking, a 30-year-old, privately owned, off-airport parking complex. Beginning in 2009, Fine began converting their shuttle bus fleet to CNG and in 2010, they installed their own CNG fueling station. Before joining the Fine team, Mike was a trainer and consultant in the car wash industry, as well as a prior U.S. Marine Combat Engineer. Mike is from San Diego originally and has lived in Tulsa for six years with his wife and two children.

Randy Cloud, Tulsa Transit

Randy Cloud is a maintenance professional with ten years management experience with heavy-duty fleets. He currently serves as the Director of Maintenance for Tulsa Transit where he is responsible for a fleet of 111 large and small buses, 64 of which are powered by compressed natural gas. Randy oversaw construction of both fast-fill and time-fill state-of-the-art CNG fueling facilities in 2011 as well as the rehabilitation of the maintenance shop to accommodate CNG maintenance activities. In addition, he has been responsible for overseeing the retrofit of 35 small transit buses from gasoline to CNG power.

In 2012 Randy oversaw the retrofit of 55 transit buses to the EMP Electric Cooling System resulting in an 11% increase in fuel mileage and a substantial reduction in road calls due to overheating.

Brian Franklin, City of Tulsa

Brian Franklin_smBrian Franklin began his career with the City of Tulsa in 1991.During his 23-year tenure, he has served in multiple positions and most recently as an administrative manager for the Asset Management Department. His current duties include managing the acquisition and distribution of parts and fuel for a fleet of 2,500 vehicles; and, administering the City’s fleet management system. Brian has played an important role in advancing the City of Tulsa’s green fleet initiatives. Over the past five years, he has helped the City obtain over $400,000 in grant funding to open a public CNG fueling station and convert gasoline vehicles to CNG. Brian is President of the Oklahoma Public Fleet Management Association.

Tom Bogdanowicz, State of Oklahoma

Tom BogdanowiczTom Bogdanowicz has been the Deputy Fleet Manager for the State of Oklahoma since 2010. He facilitated the CNG initiative implementation among the State of Oklahoma fleets. He entered public service in 2005 as a Management Analyst supporting the Director of the Department of Central Services in operational improvements, performance measurement and strategic management. Tom has served as adjunct faculty, teaching Economics for Oklahoma City Community College and ITT Tech Institute in Oklahoma City. Tom received his Master’s in Business and Administration from Oklahoma Christian University, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Master’s in Economics from the University of Economics in Poznan, Poland. Tom’s career objectives are being accomplished by advancing solutions that balance efficiency with effectiveness and by building sustainable business models through disciplined management of finances, customer relationships, processes and workforce.


CNG Fleet Fueling Options | Tues., 3:20-4:20 pm

This session will cover the many fueling options are available for your CNG fleet. Fueling infrastructure can meet the needs of fleets small and large, and have the ability to grow with your fleet. Find out what questions to ask, and the associated costs when looking at CNG fueling infrastructure.

Speakers

Eric Pollard, Tulsa Area Clean Cities (moderator)

Eric Pollard

Co-Coordinator Tulsa Area Clean Cities Eric Pollard joined the Tulsa Area Clean Cities Coalition in July of 2013 as Co-Coordinator. Eric’s main responsibility as co-coordinator is to encourage and accelerate the continued growth of alternative fuel utilization in the Tulsa metro & Eastern Oklahoma.

Eric has previously held positions with the City of Oklahoma City Planning Department, the Oklahoma Wind Power Initiative, the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality and most recently for the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s government affairs division. Eric has a Masters of Public Administration in Sustainable Management from Presidio Graduate School and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma.

Dave Myers, Hexagon Lincoln

Dave Myers

Business Development Manager

Hexagon Lincoln Dave Myers has been involved with the Alternative Fuels industry in North America since 1989, specializing in the development and sales of products designed specifically to meet the demanding needs of CNG and hydrogen systems.

Dave holds patents for valve and PRD technology for CNG and hydrogen cylinder applications. His more than 39+ years of experience with high-pressure gases encompasses a broad range of applications from semiconductor systems to fabrication of vehicular fuel systems.

Dave is a senior member of ISA, SAE and past member of several technology committees’ for CNG vehicles and components.

John Barker, ANGI Energy Systems

John BarkerJohn Barker

Southern Regional Sales Manager

ANGI Energy Systems

Mr. Barker has 9 years of experience in the energy industry including business development and technical sales in gas compression markets and alternative fueling industries. His background includes sales & technical consultation on large and small natural gas compression projects, gas processing equipment, injection/withdrawal facilities and CNG fueling applications. Specific to gas compression; Mr. Barker has experience ranging from leasing compressor packages up to 1,380 BHP to deploying over 26,000 BHP in CNG compression equipment throughout the United States since 2009. At ANGI, he is Southern US region Sales Manager dedicated to working with companies and individuals seeking to expand the rapidly growing network of CNG fueling infrastructure throughout North America.

Tom Sewell, Tulsa Gas Technologies

Tom SewellTom Sewell

President

Tulsa Gas Technologies Tom is the founder and president of Tulsa Gas Technologies, the leading manufacturer of CNG dispensers in North America. TGT specializes in both high-volume CNG dispenser installations and single-unit jobs with custom specifications. With an emphasis on advanced technologies, quality manufacturing and service, TGT has been a leader in the CNG industry for 23 years, and its products are currently used across the United States and in ten countries around the world.

Scott Minton, OnCue Express

Scott Minton

CNG Business Development Manager

OnCue Express

Scott Minton joined OnCue Express, in 2013 as CNG Market Development Manager. Scott is a native Oklahoman, raised in Midwest City and a graduate of Oklahoma State University in 1998. Scott’s responsibilities at OnCue include consulting with fleets throughout the State of Oklahoma to develop the sound business proposition around converting to compressed natural gas. From defining underserved CNG populations to guiding growth initiatives, Scott works closely with fleets and thought leaders in both government and private business. As infrastructure continues to rapidly develop across Oklahoma, large and small fleets alike have an opportunity to take advantage of natural gas in their operations offering an abundant, clean and affordable Oklahoman resource.


The CNG Value Chain: Getting gas from Well to Vehicle | Wed., 10:50-11:50 am

This session will cover the CNG value chain, from the well head to the utility, through a station and finally, to the vehicle, explaining how natural gas is priced and how a MCF becomes a GGE at a CNG station.

Speakers

Sufyan Qarni, Sparq Natural Gas (moderator)

Sufyan Qarni

Founder and Chief Operating Officer

Sparq Natural Gas Sufyan Qarni is a founder and chief operating officer of Sparq Natural Gas. He brings eight years of professional engineering experience in fuel system design, commercialization, and vehicle operations, including key IP contributions on commercialized products for the largest US natural gas fueling design and engineering firm.

Sufyan served as a manager of Market Development for Chesapeake Energy (CHK) corporate development for projects involving natural gas solutions (LNG/CNG) for transportation, drilling & pressure pumping. He managed the CHK-GE CNG in a Box partnership and the CHK-3M partnership on CNG Type iVcomposite pressure vessels. Sufyan previously worked as Project Engineer for Agility Fuel Systems where he gained working knowledge of all facets of the NGV industry and associated equipment.

Sufyan began his career as a mechanical engineer for Mechanical Engineering Solutions in California. Sufyan earned an MS in Mechanical Engineering with concentration in Design & Manufacturing from California State University, Long Beach.

Brad Ballard, ONE Gas

Brad Ballard

Manager, CNG Business Development

ONE Gas

Brad Ballard is the Manager – CNG Business Development for ONE Gas. He is responsible for directing compressed natural gas (CNG) activities at ONE Gas distribution companies Kansas Gas Service, Oklahoma Natural Gas, and Texas Gas Service. The commercial CNG team focuses on growing the external market through relationship development with 3rd party retail fuel providers, fleet operators, auto dealers, conversion centers, regulators, legislators, and CNG component manufacturers and vendors. Intercompany relationships with engineering/operating, rates, customer accounting, gas-supply, and governmental affairs are also critical to the continued success of CNG growth.

Ballard has been with ONE Gas for over 35 years holding a variety of operating and customer service field, marketing, management, and director positions while with the company. He is a graduate of Northeastern State University -Tahlequah, OK. Brad has driven natural gas vehicles (NGVs) since 1983, operating one of the company’s first four converted vehicles. He marketed CNG for Oklahoma Natural Gas Company in the mid/late 1990s and is now driving his eighth personal NGV.

Tom Sewell, Tulsa Gas Technologies

Tom SewellTom Sewell

President

Tulsa Gas Technologies

Tom is the founder and president of Tulsa Gas Technologies, the leading manufacturer of CNG dispensers in North America. TGT specializes in both high-volume CNG dispenser installations and single-unit jobs with custom specifications. With an emphasis on advanced technologies, quality manufacturing and service, TGT has been a leader in the CNG industry for 23 years, and its products are currently used across the United States and in ten countries around the world.

Adam Waterson, Constellation Energy

Adam Waterson_smAdam Waterson

Business Development Manager

Constellation Energy

Adam Waterson is a Business Development Manager for Constellation Energy, a division of Exelon Corporation, where he oversees the success and growth of their compressed natural gas (CNG) business unit including natural gas fuels market origination and CNG infrastructure capital investment.

Adam started his career with ONEOK developing their deregulated natural gas transportation markets in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. With Constellation’s acquisition of ONEOK Energy in late 2011, Adam has continued developing deregulated natural gas and power markets in the 46 states that Constellation operates. He attained a master’s degree in economics from Wichita State University and has nearly 15 years of experience in entrepreneurial ventures including 4 years of CNG infrastructure development.


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