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A. Scott Pack, Jr.

Scott Pack, Jr.

ASP Energy Services LLC


Allen Scott Pack, Jr. has over thirty-five years working in the energy sector, primarily in sales and marketing of energy products and services, but also in business development, operations and supply chain management.

Scott is currently Principal/Managing Director of ASP Energy Services, LLC, which provides strategic consulting and services in the various business sectors, but primarily in the energy space. Some of those services include identification of M & A targets, development of business plans and creating B2B marketing/sales strategies with special emphasis in the energy and commodity sector by providing brokerage services and structuring commercial transactions.

During the time period between 2014 - 1983, Scott served as Vice President of Metallurgical Coal Trading at Mercuria Energy Trading, LLC. and, prior to that time, he was Executive Vice President – Sales and Marketing of Alpha Natural Resources, Inc. Scott also served as Senior Vice President - Foundation Coal Corporation; as Manager of Sales and Marketing for Enron Global Markets, LLC; and as a District Sales Manager for CONSOL Energy. In addition, Scott held several management positions in sales, operations, logistics, quality control and engineering with Cannelton Industries and he began his career with The New River Company as a mining engineer. Scott graduated in 1982 with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Engineering of Mines from West Virginia University.

Scott also proudly serves on the Visiting Committee for West Virginia University’s Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources. He is a member of several professional affiliations in the coal and energy space and is active in various community and volunteer organizations.

Scott currently resides in Alpharetta, GA with his wife Sheila and their Welsh Terrier…Murphy. They have a daughter who graduated from Clemson University in Industrial Engineering and a son who is attending University of Tennessee as a sophomore.