Bruner is named new president of Shelton-based Iroquois Pipeline

Jeffrey A. Bruner has been appointed president of the Shelton-based Iroquois Pipeline Operating Co. He will replace retiring President E.J. “Jay” Holm.

Bruner, formerly vice president, general counsel and secretary, has been with Iroquois since 1992. Prior to joining Iroquois he was with Transco Energy Co.

“I look forward to leading this strong, growth-oriented company in continuing Iroquois’ promise to provide delivery of a safe, cost-effective and reliable energy supply to the Northeast,” Bruner said.

 

‘Many years of experience’

Holm said that Bruner “brings many years of experience in the energy business as well as a long history with the company. As such, his leadership will ensure the continuation of Iroquois’ strategic approach toward responsible growth and expansion opportunities to address the growing energy needs in the region.”

The personnel announcement was made by Iroquois Gas Transmission System, a parent company.

 

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