Industry veteran Christine McHale to manage new Northeast region
DALLAS, Texas (February 15, 2016) – TAC Energy, a division of The Arnold Companies, announces the addition of Christine McHale as Regional Sales Manager. In her role, Christine will manage and operate from TAC Energy’s new Northeast regional sales office in Connecticut.
An industry veteran and native of the region, Christine brings with her to TAC Energy a tremendous depth of knowledge, experience and relationships from her rich career in several sectors of the energy industry. According to TAC Energy VP & COO, Fred Sloan, “Christine is strategically positioned to deliver tremendous value. Her diverse yet deep experience upstream, midstream and downstream is part of a unique skillset we are very excited to provide for our current and future customers.”
Christine’s energy career started while she was still in college, working for her family’s third generation fuel delivery business. She has succeeded throughout various energy industry segments. These include a period in refining, where she led sales, marketing and supply & trading, as well as having held the position of Director of Supply & Marketing for an international petrochemical company. She has developed wholesale fuel marketing operations in several markets throughout the Northeast, while overseeing supply, trading and hedging. Most recently, she has served in a sales manager role where she formulated new and innovative channels of trade for FOB rack sales. Christine stated, “It’s a great opportunity to open this new office and bring TAC Energy’s national supply network, trading expertise, carrier network and fuel management support products to customers in the Northeast.”
The Northeast office is the latest in a series of recent expansions, including recently added sales offices in the Chicago and Seattle markets. In addition, TAC Energy has just opened a new regional field office in Raleigh-Durham, NC. The new office was added, “To provide additional support for our increased customer volume throughout the southern and mid-Atlantic regions,” according to TAC officials.