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GPEAT Chair Phil Rinaldi, principal partner and CEO of Philadelphia Energy Solutions, a key MSC member in SEPA, indicates that the mission of the group is to demonstrate for natural gas producers that there is aggregate new demand sufficient enough to support supply contracts, and that they would need to underwrite a pipeline to accom- modate the new business. Rinaldi sees two categories of businesses that would benefit the most: those that use natural gas for fuel value, refineries, chemical plants, steel-making and steel-rolling operations; those that utilize natural gas more as a chemistry feedstock.


On Sept. 17 in Philadelphia, GPEAT will host an energy summit called Charting the Course: A New Energy Future in Greater Philadelphia, with a kickoff dinner the previous day. The summit will bring together national and interna- tional leaders within the energy, manufacturing and petrochemical industries to focus on economic development and business growth opportunities as well as showcase SEPA’s energy assets.


Among those scheduled to participate is Michael Krancer, former secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, GPEAT member and Marcellus Shale Coalition SEPA Regional Task Force member. MSC operators will be invited to attend this important session.


To get involved in SEPA manufacturing development efforts, visit the MSC Website, www.marcelluscoalition.org, or contact Shari Williams at swilliams@marcelluscoalition.org.


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