‘Energy insider’ named president, CEO of Hawaii Gas

May 22, 2013 By    

Hawaii Gas, which sold 31 million gallons of propane in 2012, has appointed Alicia Moy as its next president and CEO, succeeding Jeffrey M. Kissel, who has held the positions since 2007. Kissel is retiring early and plans to focus on economic initiatives designed to lower the cost of doing business in Hawaii.

Moy worked on the acquisition of Hawaii Gas in 2005 and 2006 on behalf of parent company Macquarie Infrastructure Co. Since then, she has overseen Macquarie’s investment in Hawaii Gas and has been a member of the board of directors of Hawaii Gas since 2011. Moy has led a number of initiatives on behalf of Hawaii Gas, including the refinancing of its long-term debt in 2012.

Since joining the Macquarie Group in 2001, Moy has gained extensive leadership experience with several Macquarie-managed utility businesses in North America, including the development, funding and execution of their strategic plans. As an energy insider, her experience will continue to be an important asset to Hawaii Gas, the company says.

Moy began her career in the investment banking division of Morgan Stanley in New York.


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Kevin Yanik was a senior editor at LP Gas Magazine.

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