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Chair Industry Issues Roundtable
Greg Chancellor, Vice Chair Industry Issues Roundtable
Greg Chancellor
Plant Superintendent

Moselle Generating Station
Cooperative Energy

Greg is the plant superintendent for Cooperative Energy's Moselle Generating Station, and four other unmanned combustion turbine sites – Silver Creek, Sylvarena, Benndale, and Paulding.

Combustion turbine units at these sites include: two 1 x 1 combined cycle each consisting of a GE 7EA CT with GE 68MW steam turbine; five simple cycle GE 7EA CT’s; three GE LM6000 PC aero derivative turbines; and two GE Frame 5 CT’s.

Prior to becoming the Moselle plant superintendent; he worked as a senior project manager and environmental process engineer for SMEPA.

Before joining SMEPA in 2006, he worked for 21 years with Entergy Corporation in four generating plants and two engineering support groups  performing in a variety of engineering, maintenance, operations, and plant management roles.

Greg earned his BS degree in mechanical engineering from Mississippi State University in 1984.

He is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and the Mississippi Engineering Society.

Greg accepted the Vice Chairmanship role of the CTOTF™'s Industry Issues Roundtable in the fall of 2012. And as of the spring of 2015 Greg assumed the role as Chair of the CTOTF™'s Industry Issues Roundtable.

Position Objective:  To provide incremental business value to the CTOTF™ membership by facilitating communications, information, and discussion among CTOTF™ members, equipment manufacturers, and service providers for the Industry Issues Roundtable.
Position:Industry Issues RT Chair Position Duties and ResponsibilitiesDuties and Responsibilities
This Roundtable is provided for Member Users, to exchange information towards the resolution of problems, issues and concerns, affecting the electric power generation industry.

Discussion topics for this Roundtable include: Human Resources, Fuels and Transportation, Marketing, Insurance, Leadership and Management, Value Assessment, Regulatory Interface(s) and Research and Development.