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The Concentric Connection • December, 2022
Concentric Energy Advisors
Looking Back on 20 Years

As Concentric’s 20th anniversary year draws to a close, I want to pause and thank our clients.

You are the engine of our business, and we would not be here without you.

As we look forward to the next twenty years, I am reminded of how much the energy landscape has evolved since the early 2000s and the extraordinary depth of experience and knowledge we offer our clients. From the California energy crisis to today and onward into the future, the Concentric team remains dedicated to providing economic and financial advisory services delivered by the most passionate, experienced, and dedicated consultants in the energy industry.

From the Concentric family to yours, we wish you a prosperous 2023.

And thank you again for helping us get here.

John J. Reed
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Concentric Energy Advisors


Click below to read a Concentric Connection interview with John Reed.

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