Cargas partners, customers gather for in-person Summit

October 4, 2022 By    

The 14th annual Cargas Energy Summit returned in person to the Marriott at Penn Square in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, drawing more than 170 energy industry professionals.

The event, Cargas explains, gives customers and partners the opportunity to participate in educational sessions, see upcoming features and enhancements, and network.

After two years with a virtual-only format, the Cargas Energy Summit adopted a hybrid approach for 2022. Professionals who could not travel this year took part in a selection of virtual sessions hosted by the Cargas Energy team.

Overall, 243 professionals from 80 companies attended the event, says Cargas. At the opening presentation, Vice President of Sales and Operations Dennis DiSabatino and Vice President of Marketing and Product Development Aaron Cargas spoke about three key aspects of the industry: the people, the product of propane and ways that industry professionals can continue to serve their local community’s energy needs.

Cargas and DiSabatino shared stories – from a 1951 ad written in support of new fuel delivery business owners to a gas company helping a Puerto Rican hospital operate uninterrupted in the wake of Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

In a time of supply chain disruption and inflation, looking back at other periods of great change solidifies fuel delivery businesses as cornerstones in their communities, the company says. 

“You’ve all been so resilient and adapted to everything that’s been thrown at you, and we’re just super happy to be part of this industry,” Cargas notes in a news release.

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Jesse Khalil was an intern at LP Gas magazine.

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