About Doug

Doug Haugh currently serves on the boards of several private companies and non-profits and has built several businesses over the past 20 years in the energy and technology industries spanning both physical supply and supply chain technology.

While Doug’s passion for the companies he works with may often be evident in his postings on Thinking On Energy, the postings are his alone and do not represent the opinions or positions of any company.

Doug currently serves as President of Parkland USA a division of Parkland Fuels Corporation one of North America’s fastest growing independent marketers of fuel and petroleum products.  Doug also serves as a Board Director of BioBlend Renewable Resources, a renewable bio-based products company that now has over 40 different finished bio-based products.

On the community and service side of things Doug serves as a board director for the Job Creators Network, a non-partisan advocacy group supporting free enterprise and job creation, www.jobcreatorsnetwork.com. and also serves on the Board of Directors of The Fuels Institute, a a nonprofit tax-exempt social welfare organization under section 501 (c) (4) of the Internal Revenue Code.

The Fuels Institute is dedicated to evaluating issues affecting the vehicles and fuels markets. They commission comprehensive, fact-based research projects that are designed to answer questions, not advocate a specific outcome. Their reports address the interests of industry stakeholders – from business owners making long-term investment decisions to policymakers considering legislation and regulations that affect these markets.

Doug is a frequent speaker on energy, supply chain technology and entrepreneurship.  He can often be found leading general sessions or seminars at many national conferences and conventions on the most exciting or concerning issues of the day.  Some of these have included the National Association of Convenience Stores, Society of Independent Gasoline Marketers, Society of Automotive Engineers, National Association of Fleet Administrators, CIO Magazine, and the Independent Liquid Terminal Association.

On a personal note Doug is an American who was born overseas in Scotland, and has lived all over the U.S.

Follow Doug as @doughaugh on Twitter or Connect with Doug on LinkedIn.

One comment

  1. Great article on the diesel fuel and the changes made to the product since the sulfur ppm was dropped down. I was researching Top Tier Diesel and if the engine manufacturers are behind it when I came upon your article.

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