Tony Scaraggi Named Vice President of GDF Suez Gas North America
by Everett News • April 5, 2014 •
Brings more than 25 Years of Business Experience to the Position
GDF SUEZ Gas North America (GSGNA), the owner and operator of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal in Everett, Massachusetts, announced today that it has named Tony Scaraggi as its new vice president of Operations in charge of overall management of the Everett LNG Terminal, effective March 21. The terminal has been importing and distributing liquefied natural gas (LNG) continuously since 1971.
Scaraggi has more than 25 years of experience in the natural gas business, including directing and developing LNG, gas utility and compressed natural gas-related efforts. Most recently, he was director of Operations, Maintenance, and Regulatory Affairs for Distrigas. Prior to joining Distrigas in January 2001 as the manager of Engineering, Scaraggi held the position of Principal Engineer at KeySpan Energy (now National Grid).
“During Tony’s 13 years with Distrigas, he has demonstrated a broad understanding of natural gas and LNG,” said Frank Katulak, president and CEO of GSGNA and former president and chief operating officer of Distrigas. He added,“Just as importantly, he has been key to Distrigas’s success in directing efforts focused on the terminal’s safe, secure and reliable operation. I have worked closely with Tony during that time and am confident of his ability to move the company forward as we continue to play a major role in New England’s energy landscape and tap new markets for LNG.”
Scaraggi holds a Bachelor of Engineering and a Master of Engineering in Chemical Engineering from Manhattan College and a Masters of Business Administration in Finance from Baruch College.
GSGNA is a subsidiary of GDF SUEZ Energy North America, which manages a range of energy businesses in the United States, Mexico and Canada. These businesses include electricity generation and cogeneration, natural gas and LNG distribution and sales, asset-based trading and origination, and retail energy sales and related services. The LNG-receiving terminal in Everett currently serves most of the natural gas utilities in New England and key power producers, helping to meet New England’s natural gas demand through both pipeline deliveries and an average of 10,000 truck deliveries of LNG each year. For more about the company, visit http://www.gdfsuezna.com.
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Scaraggi, Tony [MC????]
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I believe that Tony is a member of the Class of 1986.
McEneney, Mike (MC1953)
[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]
Scaraggi, Tony [MC1986]
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