I manage Co-op Energy. Co-op Energy includes propane, petroleum and log and pellet delivery. I am responsible for ordering propane and petroleum. I route drivers to deliver all products. I am responsible for maintaining the propane bulk plant, propane dispenser, fuel bulk island, fuel dispensers and the fuel monitoring system. I have a HVAC journeyman license, HVAC contractors license, Gas fitters license, Bureau of Occupational License for Liquefied Petroleum Gas Dealer and LP Gas Storage Facility. I have C.E.T.P. training in Basic Principals and Practices, Plant operations and Distribution systems.I purchase propane tanks to install at residential and commercial properties. I have continued to grow our customer base. We now have approximately 2600 customers. I have increased propane sales consistently over 16 years. Our sales last year were over 1 million gallons. I drafted the budget for last year and the current year. I conduct C.E.T.P. training for my employees and hold monthly safety meetings.
I was responsible for the start up of Co-op Energy. I oversaw and helped install a 30,000 gallon propane bulk facility. I purchased a boom truck and a bobtail, propane tanks, propane parts, tools to install tanks and propane. I started the company with no customers, one driver and myself. I installed propane tanks and my driver followed me and filled the tank. Co-op Energy had two parent companies Northern Lights Inc. and Co-op Gas and Supply Co. Inc. I had an office inside of Co-op Gas and Supply and Northern Lights did the billing and financials. I answered to a board of directors monthly. The board was formed by board members from Northern Lights and Co-op Gas and Supply. In 2003, I purchased a new service truck and a second bobtail. I hired another driver for delivering propane. I continued to grow the customer base and increased propane sales. In 2007, I bought a third bobtail and added another driver to install propane tanks and deliver propane. By October 2011, I had approximately 2000 customers and sales had increased to 800,000 gallons annually.Other responsibilities included securing property and health insurance.In October of 2011, Co-op Gas and Supply Co. Inc. bought out Northern Lights Inc. and became the sole owner of Co-op Energy. I was given the opportunity to manage Co-op Energy. Co-op Energy was restructured and I was relieved of some of my duties and some duties were added to my job description. I began to answer to the General Manager of Co-op Gas and Supply Co. Inc.
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