January 19, 2018
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Xpress Natural Gas announces new addition to executive team

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Harry Hadiaris

PORTLAND, Maine, and BOSTON, Mass. — Xpress Natural Gas has named Harry Hadiaris president, replacing John Nahill, who will transition to the role of chief executive and take the lead in expanding XNG into new territories and product lines. Hadiaris comes to XNG from his position as president of Irving Oil Marketing.

“XNG is in a growth stage,” said John Nahill, CEO, in a press release. “Harry has the experience and instincts to build on our success. We will look to him to lead teams, deliver value to our customers, and drive operations to new levels of service and efficiency.”

Hadiaris brings 30 years of downstream energy experience to his new role. Throughout his tenure at Irving, Harry was responsible for retail and wholesale petroleum activities in New England and Eastern Canada. Prior to his work at Irving, Harry rose through the ranks at Dead River Company, ultimately serving as president, AEDR Fuels.

“XNG is innovative and well-positioned for market expansion,” said Hadiaris, in a press release. “This is an exciting time to be joining the team. My goal is to deliver tremendous value to our current and future customer base by providing smart, creative, long-term energy strategies.”

Hadiaris received his undergraduate degree from Colby College and his MBA from Krannert School of Business at Purdue University.

Founded in 2011, Xpress Natural Gas  is an industry leader in rapid and reliable delivery of compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas  to enterprises throughout New England and the Canadian Maritimes. Through its growing network of virtual pipelines, XNG provides customized, turnkey solutions that allow companies to realize the benefits of natural gas in months, not years. By combining unmatched experience with proprietary technology, XNG guarantees its customers 24/7 service, 365 days a year. For more information visit www.xng.com.