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New Marketer Targeting Western United States

New Marketer Targeting Western United States

SCANA Energy Marketing is expanding its presence in the western United States through a joint venture with Intermarket Trading Co. The two companies formed SCANA Energy Trading LLC to market gas and other energy related services in the West. SCANA Energy Trading LLC, will be a subsidiary of SCANA Energy Marketing and will serve as the company's marketing vehicle for energy management, gas and retail electric services in California and other western states.

"We have been working successfully with Intermarket Trading over the past two years, but this new relationship will allow us to broaden energy services to our customers in a changing energy market," said Charles Rampey, president of SCANA Energy Marketing.

The new company will target primarily industrial and commercial customers and may get involved with aggregating some California apartment complexes as electric customers, said SCANA spokesman Roger Schrum. He said SCANA's western marketing activities will be focused through the joint venture company. SCANA also is active in the Southeast, Gulf Coast and upper Midwest.

SCANA Energy Marketing markets gas, electricity and energy-related management services to producers and consumers in 26 states from offices in Columbia, SC; Houston, TX; and Traverse City, MI. The company is a subsidiary of SCANA Corp., a $5 billion asset-based energy holding company primarily engaged in electricity, gas and telecommunications services.

Intermarket Trading Co. is engaged in foreign export of petroleum and energy related products such as chemicals, lubricants, specialty products and accessories. Domestically, Intermarket Trading markets gas and producer services in the western United States from offices near San Diego and San Francisco.

Joe Fisher, Houston

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