UniversalPegasus International Welcomes Two New Additions to the Company
March 28, 2011
Loren Anderson recently joined the UniversalPegasus team in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania as Project Manager of Regulatory Services. Loren brings over 10 years of civil engineering site development services, project management, and business development. He has managed several complex oil and gas projects in the Northeastern U.S. as a result of the Marcellus Shale Play. Loren has provided civil and environmental permitting services for more than 50 Marcellus well sites, 40-miles of natural gas pipeline, and has completed several regional water withdrawal/water management plans.
Loren is a native of Pittsburgh and a Certified Professional in Erosion & Sediment Control in Pennsylvania, with a M.S. in Engineering Management from Robert Morris University and a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Dayton.
Jason Hardwick, Vice President of Midstream and O&M Services states, “UniversalPegasus is committed to building our resources in the Marcellus Shale Play area. With Loren’s expertise, our Company continues to build a reputation for delivering quality services to support the fast paced and dynamic nature of the Shale play developments.”
Eric Stone has been named as the Eastern Region Area Manager in Midstream Development for UniversalPegasus International. Eric is a proven leader in the industry with over 15 years of project management expertise. As an expert in financial and business planning, he has served in construction management as well as comprehensive engineering and design across multiple industries. Eric has a Bachelor of Science in Geology and Business Economics from the State University of New York.
Hardwick states, “Eric Stone brings extensive experience and expertise to support and lead our operations out of the Canonsburg area office. His accomplishments in the industry provide him with goals and visions that are in line with the UniversalPegasus strategies. We are confident that his leadership will bring new opportunities in the Eastern region.”