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Filipino-American Sisters Vie with the Big Boys in Natural Gas Trading

Asian Journal, News Feature, Cynthia de Castro Posted: Jul 31, 2009

Filipino Americans Suyen Encarnacion Pell and her sister and business partner Theresa Encarnacion Gendron are fast rising in the male-dominated field of natural gas trading as founders and heads of Anahau Energy, which generates more than $350 million in gross annual sales. Their company won the "2008 National Supplier of the Year" from the National Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc (NMSDC). Only four out of 15,000 companies across the country have received this award (one per profit category). Fortune Magazine featured Anahau Energy in its May issue.

Founded in 2005, Anahau Energy buys natural gas from large producers and resells to utilities such as Southern California Gas Company, Pacific Gas & Electric, San Diego Gas & Electric, South West Gas, and Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. It also counts as clients local distribution companies, municipalities, industrial end users, energy marketing/trading companies, energy hedge funds, and other wholesale energy players nationwide.

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