Thomas L. Yohe of Philadelphia Suburban Water Co. was appointed to the Cleanup Standards Scientific Advisory Board. The 13-member board is a new division of Pennsylvania's Department of...
Thomas L. Yohe of Philadelphia Suburban Water Co. was appointed to the Cleanup Standards Scientific Advisory Board. The 13-member board is a new division of Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection.
NorAm Energy Corp. has formed a new unregulated retail subsidiary, NorAm Energy Management (NEM), and appointed Rollie Bohall senior v.p. and COO. David Houghtby, formerly of Minnegasco, will be NEM v.p.
Energen Corp., parent of Alagasco and Taurus Exploration, Inc., announced eight promotions and new assignments: David Woodruff, v.p.-legal and assistant secretary, is now also responsible for planning and corporate development; Don Wiseman, Alagasco v.p.-gas supply, is now senior v.p.-gas supply; Roger Putnam, Alagasco v.p.-Birmingham, is now v.p.-transportation services; André Taylor, Alagasco assistant v.p.-community affairs, is now v.p.-communications; Sidney Quick, Alagasco assistant v.p.-gas supply, is now v.p.-marketing services; Darrell Hand, Alagasco's former g.m. in Birmingham, is now assistant v.p.-Birmingham; Paula Rushing, Alagasco director-general accounting, is now company controller; and Amy Stewart, Alagasco managing attorney-rates and regulations, is now assistant v.p.-rates. Energen also elected Wallace L. Luthy, retiring president and g.m. of Mobil Natural Gas, Inc., to its board of directors.
Sharon Grace is the new communications manager of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA). Prior to joining TIA, she was marketing and communications manager at CDA/Spectrum, an online financial information service.
Michael A. Creel has left Enron Corp. to join NorAm Energy Corp. as v.p. and treasurer.
Decision Servcom, Inc. has acquired Bell Atlantic Business Systems Services, changed its name to DecisionOne, and selected Stephen J. Felice as president. Felice was v.p. and g.m. of sales for the acquired company.
The Nuclear Information and Records Management Association (NIRMA) selected its new officers and board of directors: president, Christopher Gaines of Commonwealth Edison Co./INPO; v.p., Susan Hunn of Southern California Edison; secretary, Margit Triggs of Entergy Operations, Inc.; and treasurer, Brian Mathews of Wisconsin Public Service Corp. NIRMA directors are: Kaye Bentzen of TENERA LP; Martin Cummings of TRW Environmental Safety Systems; Richard Giska of PRC Engineering Systems, Inc.; and Randall Taylor of Texas Utilities Electric Co.
KENETECH Corp. has hired a new president, Richard D. Saunders, who has worked in executive positions in manufacturing, property management, and specialized vehicles.
The Northwest Electric Power Institute, now the Western Electric Power Institute, formerly serving utilities in seven states and three Canadian provinces, has expanded its scope to include public and private utilities in the western half of North America. The Power Institute's new officers include: Robert Gannon of Montana Power Co., chairman; J. Richard Frey of Alberta Power Ltd., chairman elect; Richard G. Reiten of Portland General Electric, vice chairman; and Robert E. Warner of Stone & Webster Engineering Corp., corporate vice chairman. Jacqueline A. Bell of PacifiCorp becomes treasurer and Clifton A. Anderson, president of the Power Institute, becomes secretary.
Tom Kilgore will step down as president and CEO of Oglethorpe Power Corp. to pursue other business opportunities. While he has not yet resigned, Kilgore has asked the board of directors to select his successor. Oglethorpe has also chosen five people to head a new energy pool operating committee: Newton A. Campbell, retired CEO