service station delivery systems,” Sutcliffe said.;“In my new
role, I look forward to working with the sales team to intensify
our level of focus as we continue to meet and exceed our
In addition to the company’s line of general fueling
products, Husky has implemented an acquisition strategy
to add products to the company portfolio from related
Husky employs nearly 150 people who are principally
located at the company’s headquarters and production facilities in Paci;c, Missouri.;
ENERGY SECRETARY FORMS OFFICE
OF C YBERSECURIT Y, ENERGY SECURIT Y,
EMERGENC Y RESPONSE
is establishing a new Of;ce of Cybersecurity, Energy Security,
and Emergency Response (CESER) at the U.S. Department
of Energy (DOE), the agency announced in February.
Funding for the of;ce, some $96 million, was included in
President Donald Trump’s ;scal year 2019 budget request to
bolster the DOE’s efforts in cybersecurity and energy security.
The CESER of;ce will be led by an assistant secretary
who will focus on energy infrastructure security, support the
expanded national security responsibilities assigned to the
department and report to the under secretary of energy.
“DOE plays a vital role in protecting our nation’s energy
PATRIOT CAPITAL EXPANDS SALES COVERAGE,
infrastructure from cyberthreats, physical attack and natural
disaster, and as secretary, I have no higher priority,” Perry said.
“This new of;ce best positions the department to address the
emerging threats of tomorrow while protecting the reliable
;ow of energy to Americans today.”
The creation of the CESER of;ce will elevate the
department’s focus on energy infrastructure protection and
will enable more coordinated preparedness and response to
natural and man-made threats.
PROMOTES 4 ADVISERS
Patriot Capital expanded
roles for four of its ;nancing
professionals, the company
The changes re;ect the
;rm’s continued commitment
to helping convenience store owners invest in their businesses
by providing equipment ;nancing for quick-service restaurants,
fuel dispensing equipment and other critical investments.
“The opportunity to promote from within our team
re;ects our company values,” said Mike Borelli, vice presi-
dent of sales at Patriot Capital. “These managers bring over
50 years of ;nancing experience to our customers, which will
be helpful to our customers as we enter the EMV upgrade
cycle. Expanding our ;nancing team coverage allows Patriot
Capital to continue to meet the needs of fuel distributors,
retailers and convenience store owners.”
Patriot Capital promoted Geoff Smith to director of
western sales. His experience includes more than 17 years of
equipment ;nance and leasing in the retail and commercial
petroleum industry. Before opening Patriot Capital’s West
Coast of;ces in 2007, Smith was regional manager of Patriot’s
Reporting to Smith is Texas Territory Manager Emily
Cain. She is responsible for working with Patriot’s wholesale
and retail customers in Texas. Cain joined Patriot in 2016
and has experience in credit, sales and marketing.
Midwest Regional Manager Brian Wolfgang has expanded
responsibility for Oklahoma. His 17 years of equipment
;nancing experience in industrial and fueling equipment
enables him to provide tailored ;nancing solutions to convenience store owners in the Midwest.
Southeastern Regional Manager Jonathan Carrizzo
assumed responsibility for Louisiana, Arkansas and
Tennessee. He will continue to provide ;nancing solutions to
Patriot’s Florida customers. In addition to his career at Patriot
Capital, Carrizzo’s career includes experience in real estate
and equipment ;nancing.