Jack Kenny Appointed President of Red Mountain Energy
Red Mountain Energy, which unites a group of U.S. project-engineering and manufacturing companies, announced that Jack Kenny has been named President.
Mr. Kenny is one of the founders of Secure Energy Inc., a company based in St. Louis (Missouri, USA) which specializes in coal gasification. The company is currently building a coal gasification plant which will process 1.4 million tons of coal and produce 133 million gallons of gasoline per year. The new President is very familiar with the business segment of Red Mountain Energy's work.
Mr. Kenny also has extensive experience in the securities and investment banking business, as well as in management consulting, and has created effective financial and organizational corporate structures for companies in various industries.
Mr. Kenny holds a law degree from a Laclede School of Law in St. Louis and a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Kansas State University.
Mr. Kenny replaced Christopher Alexander as President of Red Mountain Energy. In the recent Canadian General Elections, Chris Alexander was elected to Parliament for Ajax - Pickering (Ontario) overturning a Liberal seat. Mr. Alexander secured a Conservative majority of 3228 and a swing to the Conservatives of over 6%, thus launching his political career after 18 years of service as a diplomat and more recently as a businessman.
“Today Red Mountain Energy is at a new stage of development. I thank my colleagues for the trust they have placed in me, and which I intend to live up to,” said Jack Kenny. “After the crisis, a whole set of new rules and conditions dictate the market and we must fully comply with these as a professional company with long-term goals. Looking to the future there is a lot we have to do in order to support and intensify the company’s development. We need to give special focus in order to launch innovative strategies with a vision. Our goal is to be active in the industries of gas processing, gas chemistry, oil processing and electric energy.”