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Arthur G. (Randy) Randol III, Ph.D., worked for Exxon and ExxonMobil for 25 years. Randy was a major contributor to the National Coal Council March 2006 study “Coal: America’s Energy Future”, the Southern States Energy Board July 2006 study “American Energy Security” study, the Business Roundtable June 2007 study “More Diverse, More Domestic, More Efficient: A Vision for America’s Energy Future” study and the Business Roundtable June 2009 study “The Balancing Act: Climate Change, Energy Security and the U.S. Economy”. His contributions to the studies included coal conversion technologies (Coal-to-Liquids, Coal-to-Gas), natural gas, carbon capture and storage, carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery, federal and state policy incentives and economic modeling analysis.

Prior to his retirement from ExxonMobil in December 2003, Randol was the senior environmental advisor in Exxon Mobil Corporation’s Washington office. His responsibilities included all environmental issues pending before the United States Congress and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. In addition, Randy had responsibilities for issues related to ExxonMobil Chemical Company and ExxonMobil’s two research companies. His portfolio included energy issues (CO2 constraints, combined heat and power, natural gas, hydrogen, and hydraulic fracturing), environmental policy issues (National Ambient Air Quality Standards (PM, Ozone), New Source Review, mercury, multi-pollutants, Houston SIP) and science issues (NAAQS PM 2.5, Health Effects).

Before returning to Washington in 1997, Randol was manager, Public Affairs, of the Houston-based Exxon Chemical Company, which has major operations in North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East. He joined Exxon Corporation in 1979 as representative for Nuclear Affairs in Washington, DC.  He also had assignments in Exxon Company USA and Exxon Pipeline Company (Manager, Business Development). Prior to joining Exxon, Dr. Randol was vice president, Technical Affairs, for the American Nuclear Energy Council (predecessor to the Nuclear Energy Institute); Manager, Nuclear Fuel, Potomac Electric Power Company; and Senior Nuclear Fuel Engineer for Nuclear Fuel Services (Getty Oil Company). Randy received degrees from the University of Notre Dame (BSME-Nuclear Option) and the University of Florida (MSE, PhD in Nuclear Engineering).

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  1. Jeri Turley-Pennybaker says:

    I think Al Gore needs to invest in some really speedy running shoes! I keep wondering if he can be prosecuted for perpetrating a fraud upon the American people. He’s a liar. I’m sick about the damage he has done to how Americans are viewed in the world.

    I favor former Governor Palin’s energy ideas. Clean coal, natural gas and start drilling for oil of our own. And certainly the United States of America owes NO ONE money for the agreements drawn up in Copenhagen. I did not agree to this use of tax dollars. Who did Obama think he was up there promising away our dollars for unsubstantiated carbon footprints. Here’s a footprint up your behind sir.

  2. Audri DeBsrr says:

    Drill Baby Drill.

  3. jr says:

    Grief – we are being scared over every little
    thing from Tsunami, schools lock down, climate, ’severe’ weather every time it rains
    This is manipulation city. Yet we hear little
    about the real problems- like why health costs go up and up but nobody explains what the causes are. Or why the Credit Default Swap market increased by 500 times in 10 years.
    Also, for intermittent energy – it might make
    more sense to bring the work to where the
    windmills are than trying to connect them to
    the grid, and ditto for solar.

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