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CSX Corporation today announced that Adam Longson, a seasoned leader with expertise in energy and transportation analytics, is joining the company’s Sales and Marketing organization as vice president of Energy effective September 9, 2019.
“Adam’s deep knowledge of the energy and transportation industries will be a great asset for CSX, as we continue to engage in more strategic and analytical approaches to generating growth and long-term success for the business,” said Mark Wallace, executive vice president, Sales and Marketing. “Our team is focused on capturing the full value of our service improvements through innovative supply chain solutions that meet our customers’ need for fast, safe and efficient rail transportation.”
Longson will have responsibility for the newly consolidated energy portfolio, including export and domestic utility coal, as well as the company’s liquefied petroleum gas and crude oil businesses. He has served in multiple leadership positions, including, most recently, director of commodity research and hedging at Continental Resources, where he oversaw all energy and commodity-related research. Previously, Longson was head of commodity research at Madava Asset Management, global head of energy commodity research at Morgan Stanley, vice president of equity research for freight transportation at Morgan Stanley, and a senior strategy analyst at British Petroleum.
From a CSX news release. csx.com
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