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Source: US International Brotherhood of Boilermakers

(Front row, l. to r.) Steven Winberg, Assistant Secretary, Office of Fossil Energy; IVP John Fultz; U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette, L-154 BM-ST John Hughes and L-237 BM-ST Chris O’Neill. (Back row, l. to r.) Director Marty Stanton, L-154 Inspector/Business Agent Ray Orsi, L-154 Financial Secretary/Business Agent Sye Kelly, L-154 Business Agent Mike Stanton, National Coordinator of State Legislative Affairs Martin Williams and L-154 Assistant Business Manager Shawn Steffee.

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U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette visited Boilermakers at the Local 154 (Pittsburgh) training center on Sept. 22 for a tour and discussion about the future of energy production in the United States and Boilermakers’ critical role in the energy industry.

“It’s an understatement to say the Boilermakers have a lot at stake when it comes to the future of energy in the U.S., and Pennsylvania is pretty much ground zero right now for decisions that will impact our work, our jobs and our union,” said IVP John Fultz, who participated in the visit. “It was important to us—and a great honor—to have Energy Secretary Brouillette take time out to meet with us at L-154, learn what sets Boilermakers apart as the best in the industry and hear our concerns.”

Participating in the visit were: (front row, l. to r.) Steven Winberg, Assistant Secretary, Office of Fossil Energy; John Fultz, International Vice President-Northeast Area; U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette; L-154 BM-ST John Hughes and L-237 BM-ST Chris O’Neill. (Back row, l. to r.) Marty Stanton, Director of National Construction Agreements; L-154 Inspector/Business Agent Ray Orsi; L-154 Financial Secretary/Business Agent Sye Kelly; L-154 Business Agent Mike Stanton; Martin Williams, National Coordinator of Legislative Affairs, M.O.R.E. Work Investment Fund; and L-154 Assistant Business Manager Shawn Steffee.

International President Newton B. Jones was recently confirmed to serve a two-year appointment with the National Coal Council, which advises the U.S. Department of Energy. (See https://boilermakers.org/news/headlines/national-coal-council-taps-international-president-jones)

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