People: ECA Marcellus Trust I (ECT.N)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Thomas Goodwin

68 Chairman of the Board

L. Curtis

87 Chairman Emeritus

John Mork

64 President, Chief Executive Officer

Michael Fletcher

63 Chief Financial Officer

Donald Supcoe

55 Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary, Director

Kyle Mork

32 Vice President - Eastern Operations

J. Forbes

51 Vice President, Treasurer

George O'Malley

60 Vice President - Accounting

W. Gaston Caperton

74 Director

Peter Coors

67 Director

John Dorgan

88 Director

John Fischer

61 Director

F.H. McCullough

64 Director

Julie Mork

61 Director

Jerry Neely

75 Director

Arthur Nielsen

92 Director

Jay Pifer

74 Director

Biographies

Name Description

Thomas Goodwin

Mr. Thomas R. Goodwin serves as Chairman of the Board of Energy Corporation of America (ECA), the holding company of ECA Marcellus Trust 1. Mr. Goodwin is Managing Partner of the law firm of Goodwin and Goodwin, LLP which provides legal advice to ECA. He is a member of the West Virginia State Bar and has appeared before the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. He is listed in the Lawyers of America and is counselor to corporations and board of directors. He formerly served as the West Virginia State Tax Commissioner and Executive Assistant to the Governor of West Virginia, Chairman of West Virginia Economic Development Authority, Chairman of the West Virginia Municipal Bond Committee, and past member of Board of Advisors of West Virginia University. Mr. Goodwin’s legal is focused on corporate purchases, corporate sales and financing, and complex litigation. He received his law degree from West Virginia University and his Master Degree in Law from Harvard Law School.

L. Curtis

Mr. L.B. Curtis serves as Chairman Emeritus of Energy Corporation of America (ECA), the holding company of ECA Marcellus Trust 1. He was Chairman from 1998 through 2006 and is now Chairman Emeritus. Mr. Curtis was a Director of its predecessor from 1988 until 1993. Mr. Curtis is retired from a career at Conoco, Inc. where he held the position of Vice President of Production Engineering with Conoco Worldwide. Mr. Curtis was recognized across the petroleum industry in the upstream segment of the industry. He is a member of the American Petroleum Institute and Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and is a trustee of the SPE Foundation. He was instrumental in the design and development of the North Sea ‘tension-leg’ production platform and a member of the Dupont Lavoisier Academy. Mr. Curtis graduated from The Colorado School of Mines with an Engineer of Petroleum Professional Degree.

John Mork

Mr. John Mork serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of Energy Corporation of America (ECA), the holding company of ECA Marcellus Trust 1. Mr. Mork served in various capacities at Union Oil Company until 1972 when he joined Pacific States Gas and Oil, Inc. and subsequently founded Eastern American Energy Corporation (“EAEC”). Mr. Mork was President and a Director of EAEC from 1973 until 1993 with the incorporation of ECA. Mr. Mork is a past Director of the Independent Petroleum Association of America, and the Independent Oil and Gas Association of West Virginia. Mr. Mork was a member of and held various positions with the Young Presidents’ Organization from 1984 until 1998. He also founded the Mountain State Chapter of the Young Presidents’ Organization located in Charleston, West Virginia. He is currently a member of the Chief Executives Organization, the World Presidents’ Organization, the University of Southern California Engineering School Board of Councilors and the University of Southern California Board of Trustees. Mr. Mork holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Southern California and is a graduate of the Stanford Business School Program for Chief Executive Officers. Mr. Mork serves on the Board of Directors of the ECA Foundation, Inc.

Michael Fletcher

Mr. Michael S. Fletcher serves as Chief Financial Officer of Energy Corporation of America (ECA), the holding company of ECA Marcellus Trust 1. He also held the position of Treasurer of ECA from December 1999 through December 2000. In addition, Mr. Fletcher was President of Mountaineer Gas Company from 1998 until ECA sold Mountaineer in August 2000. Prior to becoming President in 1998, he held the positions of Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Mountaineer. Before joining Mountaineer in 1987, Mr. Fletcher was a partner of Arthur Andersen and Company and was employed by that firm for fifteen years. Mr. Fletcher is a Certified Public Accountant and a graduate of Utah State University with a Bachelor Degree in Accounting. Mr. Fletcher serves on the Board of Directors of the ECA Foundation, Inc.

Donald Supcoe

Mr. Donald C. Supcoe serves as Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary and Director of Energy Corporation of America (ECA), the holding company of ECA Marcellus Trust 1. He has served as Senior Vice President, Corporate Secretary and General Counsel since 2000 and is responsible for ECA’s operations east of the Mississippi River. Mr. Supcoe was the Senior Vice President of Mountaineer Gas Company from 1998 until its sale in August 2000. Prior to joining Mountaineer in 1998, he was the Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of ECA’s predecessor where he held various positions since 1981. Mr. Supcoe is active in the Independent Oil and Gas Association of West Virginia and currently serves as President of that organization. He is also a past Vice President of the Independent Petroleum Association of America. Mr. Supcoe is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Mid-Atlantic Holdings, Inc., and is a Trustee at Large of the Energy and Mineral Law Foundation. Mr. Supcoe graduated from West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration. Mr. Supcoe received a Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree from West Virginia University College of Law. Mr. Supcoe serves on the Board of Directors of the ECA Foundation, Inc.

Kyle Mork

Mr. Kyle M. Mork serves as Vice President - Eastern Operations of Energy Corporation of America (ECA), the holding company of ECA Marcellus Trust 1. He began his career with Halliburton Energy Services as a stimulation engineer before moving to ECA in 2003 as a drilling engineer in Houston, Texas. In 2004, he became the Drilling Manager for ECA’s Eastern Region based in Charleston, West Virginia. He graduated in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University, and has taken Master’s level courses in Petroleum Engineering at the University of Southern California. Currently, he is enrolled in the Executive MBA program at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and will graduate in June 2010. Kyle also serves on the Board of Directors of the ECA Foundation, Inc., the YMCA of the Kanawha Valley, Energize WV, and the Clay Center for the Arts.

J. Forbes

Mr. J. Michael Forbes serves as Vice President and Treasurer of Energy Corporation of America (ECA), the holding company of ECA Marcellus Trust 1. Mr. Forbes has been an officer of ECA since 1995 and prior to that was an officer with its predecessor, which he joined in 1982. Mr. Forbes graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Finance and a minor in Economics from Glenville State College and is a Certified Public Accountant. He also holds a Master of Business Administration from Marshall University and is a graduate of Stanford University’s Program for Chief Financial Officers. Mr. Forbes serves on the board for numerous community organizations, including Thomas Health Systems where he serves as First Vice Chairman, the ECA Foundation, Inc. and is the Past Chairman of the YMCA of the Kanawha Valley.

George O'Malley

Mr. George V. O'Malley serves as Vice President - Accounting of of Energy Corporation of America (ECA), the holding company of ECA Marcellus Trust 1. Before being elected as Vice President, Mr. O'Malley served as Director of Accounting. Mr. O'Malley joined its predecessor in April 1991 and served in various capacities including Vice President and Treasurer. Prior to joining ECA, he held various positions in industry and public accounting. Mr. O'Malley currently serves on the Marshall University School of Business and Department of Accountancy and Legal Environment Advisory Boards. He is a former board member and past President of the West Virginia Society of CPA’s and board member of the Independent Oil & Gas Association of West Virginia. Mr. O'Malley graduated from Marshall University with a Bachelor Degree in Accounting and is a Certified Public Accountant.

W. Gaston Caperton

Mr. W. Gaston Caperton, III, serves as Director of Energy Corporation of America (ECA), the holding company of ECA Marcellus Trust 1. Mr. Caperton has been a leader in three diverse fields: business, government and education. He was the principal owner of an insurance brokerage firm, is a former two-term governor of West Virginia, and is the current President and Chief Executive Officer of The College Board.

Peter Coors

Mr. Peter H. Coors serves as Director of Energy Corporation of America (ECA), the holding company of ECA Marcellus Trust 1. Mr. Coors is the Chairman of Molson Coors Brewing Company and the Chairman of MillerCoors LLC. He received his Bachelor Degree in Industrial Engineering from Cornell University in 1969 and his Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver in 1970. Mr. Coors also serves on the Board of Directors of the University of Colorado Hospital. He is President of the Adolph Coors Foundation, Castle Rock Foundation, and University of Colorado Hospital Foundation. He also serves on the Board of the Denver Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America and is a member of Denver University’s Strategic Panel on Immigration.

John Dorgan

Mr. John J. Dorgan serves as Director of Energy Corporation of America (ECA), the holding company of ECA Marcellus Trust 1. He is a former Executive Vice President and consultant to Occidental Petroleum Corporation where he had worked in various capacities starting in 1972. He is also a former Director and Chairman of the Finance Committee, Canadian Occidental.

John Fischer

Mr. John S. Fischer serves as Director of Energy Corporation of America (ECA), the holding company of ECA Marcellus Trust 1. He founded Solid Systems Engineering Co. in 1979 to service high tonnage conveyor systems in the mining, power and primary metals industries, in 2008 the company was acquired by Fenner Dunlop International. In 1994 Mr. Fischer started Air Control Science, Inc. having recognized the need for a firm with innovative technology to focus exclusively on effective design and construction of dust, spillage and fume control systems for the coal-fired power, coal mining and primary metals industries, in 2007 Air Control Science was acquired by CCC Group, Inc. Mr. Fischer has authored and co-authored patents related to technology in coal-fired power and primary metals particulate and dust control. Mr. Fischer graduated from the Northwestern University Kellogg Graduate School with a Master of Business Administration. Currently, he is a member of the World Presidents’ Organization and Chief Executives Organization. Mr. Fischer serves on the National Coal Council for the Secretary of Energy, the Board of University of Colorado Leeds Business School and the Board of the Great Lakes Business School in Chennai India.

F.H. McCullough

Mr. F.H. McCullough, III, serves as Director of Energy Corporation of America (ECA), the holding company of ECA Marcellus Trust 1. He joined EAEC in 1977 and served in various capacities until 1999, including Director from 1978 until 1993. Mr. McCullough is currently President and Chief Financial Officer of Spring Creek Energy Company, LLC, a developer of metallurgical coal reserves in West Virginia. He has served as a Director of the Independent Oil and Gas Association of West Virginia and is the Co-Founder, past President and current Director of the Angelman Syndrome Foundation, Inc. Mr. McCullough is a graduate of the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Economics and two Masters Degrees in Business Administration and Financial Systems Management. He is a graduate of the Northwestern University Kellogg Graduate School of Management Executive Marketing Program. Mr. McCullough serves on the Board of Directors of the ECA Foundation, Inc.

Julie Mork

Mrs. Julie M. Mork serves as Director of Energy Corporation of America (ECA), the holding company of ECA Marcellus Trust 1. She is the Managing Director of the ECA Foundation, Inc., a private corporate foundation based in Denver, Colorado having a focus on youth and education. Mrs. Mork served as a founder and Secretary/Treasurer of Pacific States Gas & Oil, Inc. and EAEC. From 1989 until 1991, she served as Community Relations and Human Resources Director of EAEC. She has volunteered her time to several organizations including the Anchor Center for Blind Children where she currently serves as a member of the Advisory Board and is a past President of its Board of Directors. She also served as a member of the Cherry Creek Schools Foundation for six years. In October 2004, Mrs. Mork was elected to the National Board of College Summit, an organization dedicated to increasing the college enrollment rate of low-income students in America. Mrs. Mork received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History from the University of California in Los Angeles and holds a Certificate in Real Estate Paralegal Training.

Jerry Neely

Mr. Jerry W. Neely serves as Director of Energy Corporation of America (ECA), the holding company of ECA Marcellus Trust 1. Mr. Neely is the former President, Chairman and CEO of Smith International, a public multinational oil service company. He is currently on the Board of Directors of Smith International, Avery Dennison, Security Pacific Corporation, Security Pacific National Bank, Peretec Computer, American Petroleum Institute, Petroleum Suppliers Association and the World Presidents’ Organization. He is on the University of Southern California Board of Trustees and was awarded the USC School of Business Alumni Achievement Award. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Management and Business Administration from the University of Southern California.

Arthur Nielsen

Mr. Arthur C. Nielsen, Jr., serves as Director of Energy Corporation of America (ECA), the holding company of ECA Marcellus Trust 1. He has been Chairman Emeritus of the A.C. Nielsen Company, has been a Director of ECA since 1993. He was a Director of its predecessor from 1985 until 1993. He has served on the board of directors of 21 firms, some for more than a quarter of a century, including the A.C. Nielsen Company, Dun & Bradstreet, General Binding Corporation, Harris Bank, Marsh & McLennan, Motorola, Walgreens Co., Hercules, and International Executive Service Corp., and was Advisor to three U.S. Presidents. He is a Life Trustee for the American Management Association, a Director for the Chicago Foundation for Education, Life Member and President of the Economic Club of Chicago, Life Trustee for the Advertising Council, Life Trustee for the Illinois Children’s Home and Aid Society, Life Trustee for the University of Chicago, President Emeritus and Past President of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Life Trustee for Northwestern Memorial Hospital, and Past President of the Management Executive Society. Mr. Nielsen is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, from which he received an honorary doctorate of Human Letters Degree.

Jay Pifer

Mr. Jay S. Pifer serves as Director of Energy Corporation of America (ECA), the holding company of ECA Marcellus Trust 1. Mr. Pifer served as President of West Penn Power Co., Monongahela Power Co., and The Potomac Edison Co. before becoming President of Allegheny Power where he also served as Chief Operating Officer before retiring. Under his leadership Allegheny Power became recognized as a world-class company and was ranked number one in the nation in customer satisfaction among the 30 largest electric and gas companies, ranked second in the east and in the top ten nationally by JD Power and Associates. Active in community affairs, Mr. Pifer has served on the boards of numerous organizations including, Waynesburg College, Penn State Fayette University Advisory Board, University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg, United Way, as well as Director and Chairman of the Energy Association of Pennsylvania, Director of Ohio Electric Utilities Institute, TEAM Pennsylvania, Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, Educational Alliance of West Virginia, The Westmoreland Trust and chair of their Strategic Planning Committee, and Director of the Business Roundtable of Pennsylvania and West Virginia. He is a graduate of Penn State University and Clarion State University.
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