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MarineFuel.com appointed Glenn Wattley as its chief executive, the company announced.

Wattley brings more than 36 years of executive experience in energy, technology and e-commerce to Marinefuel.com. He is a recognized expert in energy, technology and finance matters, the company said.

“We are pleased to add Glenn Wattley as head of our executive team. Glenn brings to the company a unique blend of experience in fuel, technology and e-commerce management,” company president William McKenna IV said in a statement. “As MarineFuel.com LLC approaches its three-year anniversary, it is well-poised for rapid and profitable growth. We are proud to bring Glenn aboard as we transition from a domestic startup to a trusted international corporation.”

Wattley’s prior executive and consulting assignments, domestic and international, include several assignments as chief executive for development and/or turnaround companies; fuel procurement and supply strategies; E10 and E15 issues; and commercializing-technology solutions. He is a frequent speaker at clean energy and environmental conferences and has been published and quoted in The New York Times, The Economist and Fortune.

MarineFuel.com is an e-commerce data portal that centralizes marina and fuel information for the United States, the Bahamas and the Caribbean.

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