RESA Forms MD/DC/VA Gas Policy Monitoring Group

May 30, 2012

Maryland, Pennsylvania, Washington DC

HARRISBURG, PA — The Retail Energy Supply Association has established a new regulatory policy monitoring group to advance retail natural gas competition issues in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. David Cetola was elected to chair the monitoring group.

“I’m excited that RESA’s membership has entrusted me with the responsibility to spearhead our efforts to promote and foster retail gas competition in Maryland, Virginia and D.C.,” Cetola said.

“There are important regulatory policy issues relating to transportation, banking and balancing, and purchase of receivables that must be constantly monitored to assure energy customers continue to benefit from a vibrantly competitive retail gas market,” he noted.

Cetola, Director of Regulatory Affairs for natural gas operations at Hess Corporation, also chairs RESA’s Pennsylvania natural gas monitoring group.

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RESA represents competitive energy suppliers dedicated to creating and sustaining vibrantly competitive electricity and natural gas markets for the benefit of consumers. RESA’s members include: Champion Energy Services, LLC; ConEdison Solutions; Constellation NewEnergy, Inc.; Direct Energy Services, LLC; Energetix, Inc.; Energy Plus Holdings LLC; Exelon Energy Company; GDF SUEZ Energy Resources NA, Inc.; Green Mountain Energy Company; Hess Corporation; Integrys Energy Services, Inc.; Just Energy; Liberty Power; MC Squared Energy Services, LLC; Mint Energy, LLC; NextEra Energy Services; Noble Americas Energy Solutions LLC; PPL EnergyPlus, LLC; Reliant; Stream Energy; TransCanada Power Marketing Ltd. and TriEagle Energy, L.P. For more information about RESA, please contact Tracy McCormick, Executive Director, at (717) 566-5405,

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