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CHAMA Technologaes, Inc. Announces Senator Kit Jennings Joins MCF Energy
By: Marketwire .
Dec. 6, 2012 06:34 PM
LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwire) -- 12/06/12 -- CHAMA Technologaes, Inc. is pleased to announce that Senator Kit Jennings (WY) has joined the team of MCF Energy LLC as Executive Vice President of Government Affairs.
"MCF Energy is proud to have Senator Jennings on our Team as his vast knowledge of the industry and his experience is unmatched," said Ed Presley, Operating Manager for MCF Energy LLC. Together with Kit Jennings, Ed Presley developed the "GAZMO Down-Hole Processor" and the applications of the technology.
"Having Senator Jennings on our operator's team will assist them, and us, in dealing with Federal and State affairs in Wyoming," said Anthony Saviano, CEO of CHAMA Technologaes, Inc.
Kit Jennings (b. December 7, 1952) is a Republican member of the Wyoming State Senate. He has represented District 28 since 2005. His present term expires January 15, 2013. Kit has served his constituents with the best representation and has proved himself to be a very able legislator. He is also very well engaged in Washington, D.C. working on legislation that will help the energy industry.
He has worked all over the world on various oil and gas projects which include projects in Vietnam and the former Soviet Union.
Jennings was a Corpsman Third Class in the United States Navy from 1972 to 1975. After his Navy service, Jennings went on to work in Sales and Management for Squire Whitehouse, Cudd Pressure Control, and Otis Engineering from 1980 to 1989. He went on to work in Special Projects for the Geophysical Research Company: Amerada Gauge Company from 1989 to 1994.
Jennings is also Owner, Energy Exposition, 1999-present and Founder, Bulldog Industries, 1994-present.
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