Faces & Places: July 2019

August 16, 2019 By    

Snapshots from around the propane industry.

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1. Members of the Propane Marketers Association of Kansas (PMAK), from left, Ed Hattemer and Greg Noll of PMAK, and John Pankratz of Fairbank Equipment, right, visit with Rep. Roger Marshall, R-Kansas, during Propane Days in Washington, D.C. Photo by Brian Richesson

2. Otodata celebrated LPG Day on June 7 with pizza from a propane-fueled food truck. The World LPG Association launched the day as part of the Annual Global Awareness Calendar to raise awareness about LPG on social media platforms (#LPGday) and achieve more visibility for the industry. Photo courtesy of Otodata

3. Suburban Propane and Agway Energy Services President and CEO Michael Stivala throws out the first pitch at a Baltimore Orioles game in May. Agway Energy Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Suburban Propane, became a corporate partner of the Orioles. Agway Energy has been providing natural gas, electricity supply and energy-related services to customers in New York and Pennsylvania, and recently added Maryland to its roster. Photo courtesy of the Baltimore Orioles

4. Members of the Ohio Propane Gas Association meet with Rep. Bob Latta, R-Ohio, center, during Propane Days, the industry’s lobbying event, in Washington, D.C. LP Gas Managing Editor Ellen Kriz, second from left, joined the Ohio group for meetings on Capitol Hill. About 250 registered attendees participated in the National Propane Gas Association’s annual event. Photo by Mikayla Hall

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