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Thurlow announces departure from CRFA

October 29, 2014, Ottawa, Ont. - W. Scott Thurlow today announced he has stepped down as President of the Canadian Renewable Fuels Association (CRFA) to pursue new opportunities. During his tenure, Mr. Thurlow oversaw the introduction of Ontario's milestone Greener Diesel mandate and unveiled the CRFA's new vision document and action plan, Evolution and Growth.


October 29, 2014
By Marketwired

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October 29, 2014, Ottawa, Ont. – W. Scott Thurlow today
announced he has stepped down as President of the Canadian Renewable Fuels
Association (CRFA) to pursue new opportunities. During his tenure, Mr. Thurlow
oversaw the introduction of Ontario's milestone Greener Diesel mandate and
unveiled the CRFA's new vision document and action plan, Evolution and Growth.

 

"As the recent past has proven, a thriving and fully
realized domestic renewable fuels industry is more than possible — it is
viable and working in Canada," said Mr. Thurlow in making the
announcement. "The new CRFA vision and action plan builds on this success.
It is an ideal time for me to seek out new opportunities and challenges."

 

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"I want to thank the Board of Directors and the members
of the CRFA for their efforts and leadership," continued Mr. Thurlow.
"Thanks to their dedication, Canada's renewable fuels industry is now
returning over $3.5 billion in economic activity every year while reducing
carbon emissions by 4.2 megatonnes, which is equivalent to removing one million
cars from our roads."

 

CRFA Chair Mr. Scott Lewis said the said the Board of
Directors would be announcing plans for succession. "We thank Scott for
his service and dedication to the renewable fuels sector in Canada," said
Mr. Lewis, "We wish him every success as he embarks on the next stage of
his career."


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