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Fortnightly Magazine - January 15 1997
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American National Power announced three executive changes: Joseph E. Cofelice, senior v.p., was given the added post of COO; Jim Murray, senior v.p., was given additional duties of CFO; and David L. Coke, director-asset optimization, was promoted to operations v.p.

Peter W. Delaney, a cost-cutting commissioner in the New York Office of General Services, was appointed senior v.p.-business services at the New York Power Authority. The Authority also promoted Gerard V. Loughran, a principal attorney, to v.p.-human resources.

The Institute of Gas Technology (IGT) elected Roger A. Young as chairman. Young is chairman and CEO of Bay State Gas Co. He'll also be ex officio chairman of the IGT board's executive committee. In other business, IGT elected 18 trustees and reelected its officers (em Bernard S. Lee, president; James E. Dunne, secretary; and Daniel L. Popp, treasurer.

Florida Public Service Commissioner Julia L. Johnson was reappointed to a second four-year term, starting this month.

Recharge the Economy with Renewable Energy Tax Credits

Arthur C. Marquardt was elected by the Connecticut Natural Gas Corp. board to president and COO. He comes from Long Island Lighting Co. where he was senior v.p. of the gas business unit.

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