J. Brett Harvey, Chairman of the Board, age 64, has been our Chairman since June 2010. He served as CONSOL's Executive Chairman from May 2014 through January 2015, Chief Executive Officer from January 1998 until May 2014, and our President from January 1998 through February 2011. He has been a director of CONSOL since January 1998. Mr. Harvey served as a director of CNX Gas, our wholly-owned subsidiary, from June 2005 until May 2014, and served as chairman of the CNX Gas Board from January 2009 until May 2014. He also served as chief executive officer of CNX Gas from January 2009 until May 2014. He is a member of the board of directors of Barrick Gold Corporation, the world's largest gold producer ("Barrick"), where he serves on the compensation committee. He was elected lead director of Barrick in December 2013. Mr. Harvey is also a member of the board of directors of Allegheny Technologies Incorporated, a specialty metals producer, and serves on its nominating and corporate governance committee and personnel and compensation committee. He is a member of the board of the National Executive Board of the Boy Scouts of America and a director and past chairman of the Laurel Highlands Council of the Boy Scouts.
Nicholas J. DeIuliis, President, Chief Executive Officer and Director, age 46, has over 24 years of experience with the company. He has been our Chief Executive Officer since May 7, 2014 and our President since February 23, 2011. Mr. DeIuliis was Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of CONSOL from January 16, 2009 until February 23, 2011. He previously served in various positions at CNX Gas Corporation, including President, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer. He is currently Chairman of the Board at CNX Gas Corporation. Mr. DeIuliis is also a member of the board of directors of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, the Center for Sustainable Shale Development, and the Allegheny Conference on Community Development. Mr. DeIuliis is a registered engineer in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and a member of the Pennsylvania bar. He is also a member of the Industrial & Professional Advisory Council College of Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University and the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation.
Philip W. Baxter, Lead Independent Director, age 66, rejoined the CONSOL Board in January 2009. He is currently the Lead Independent Director and serves as a member of the Audit Committee, the Compensation Committee and the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee. Mr. Baxter previously served as a director of CONSOL (as well as chairman of its audit committee and a member of its finance committee) from August 1999 until August 2005. Mr. Baxter also served as a director of CNX Gas from June 30, 2005 until May 28, 2010 and was the chairman of its board of directors from June 2005 until January 2009. With respect to the CNX Gas Board, he served as a member of the audit committee and the finance committee. Since January 1, 2013, Mr. Baxter has been the lead independent director of Stan Johnson Company, a nationally recognized leader in commercial real estate brokerage specializing in single-tenant properties. Previously, Mr. Baxter served as the president of Stan Johnson Company from September 2002 until his retirement on December 31, 2012. He is also a member of the board of directors of Yorktown Financial Holdings, headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he serves on its audit committee. Mr. Baxter served as chief financial officer and executive vice president of the Tulsa-based energy conglomerate, Mapco Inc., until March 1998, when it merged with The Williams Company. During his 18-year career at Mapco, Mr. Baxter held a number of officer level positions including chief information officer and senior vice president of strategic planning. Prior to his career at Mapco, he held a number of financial positions with Williams Energy Company, a subsidiary of The Williams Company.
James E. Altmeyer, Sr., Director, age 76, has served on the CONSOL Board since November 2003. He was a director of CNX Gas from June 30, 2005 until April 28, 2009, during which time he was chairman of the compensation committee and served on the audit committee. He currently serves as Chairman of the Health, Safety and Environmental Committee and as a member of the Finance Committee of CONSOL. Mr. Altmeyer served as president and chief executive officer of Altmeyer Funeral Homes, Inc. of West Virginia, Ohio, Virginia and North Carolina from 1972 until 2007, at which time he became chairman of Altmeyer Funeral Homes, Inc. He has also been president of Altmeyer Realty, a real estate holding company, and of Martin-Steadfast Insurance Company since 1972. Mr. Altmeyer served on the board of directors of WesBanco, Inc., a multi-state bank holding company from 1987 until April 2010, when he retired from the board. During that time he served on the board's audit committee. Mr. Altmeyer is also a member of the executive committee of the Wheeling Hospital board of directors and vice chairman of the Chambers Foundation.
Alvin R. Carpenter, Director, age 73, joined the CONSOL Board in June 2013. Mr. Carpenter currently serves as Chairman of the
Compensation Committee and a member of the Finance Committee. He retired from CSX Corporation (“CSX”), a railroad company, in February
2001, where he had served as vice chairman from July 1999 until his retirement. From 1962 until February 2001, he held various positions
with CSX, including president and chief executive officer of CSX Transportation, Inc. from 1992 to 1999 and executive vice president-sales
and marketing of CSX Transportation, Inc. from 1989 to 1992. Mr. Carpenter currently serves as a director of Stein Mart, Inc., a retail
company, since 1996, where he currently serves as chairman of its compensation committee and as a member of the corporate governance
committee; and as a director of Regency Centers Corporation, an owner and developer of dominant, grocery-anchored retail centers, since
1993, where he serves as chairman of its nominating and corporate governance committee and as a member of its audit and compensation
committees. He served as a director of Lender Processing Services, Inc. from 2009 until it was sold to Fidelity National Financial, Inc.
on January 2, 2014, where he had served as its lead director, chairman of the corporate governance and nominating committee and as a
member of the compensation committee. Additionally, he previously served on the boards of PSS World Medical, Inc., Barnett Bank, Inc.,
Nations Bank, American Heritage Life Insurance Company, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Florida, One Valley Bancorp of West Virginia and
Florida Rock Industries, Inc. He also chaired Governor Jeb Bush’s Commission on Workers’ Compensation Reform and served on Governor Bush’s
Advisory Council on Base Realignment and Closure.
William E. Davis, Director, age 72, joined the CONSOL Board in January 2004. He currently serves as Chairman of the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee and as a member of the Health, Safety and Environmental Committee. From November 2007 until December 2010, Mr. Davis was a director of AbitibiBowater Inc., which produces a broad range of forest products marketed around the world, and served on its governance, finance and audit committees. Mr. Davis was a director of Abitibi Consolidated Inc., which produced newsprint and commercial printing paper, from April 2003 to November 2007, and served on its audit and nominating and governance committees. Mr. Davis was also the chairman of the board of directors and chief executive officer of Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation, an electricity and natural gas utility located in upstate New York, from May 1993 to February 2002. Following the sale of Niagara Mohawk in February 2002, and until his retirement in April 2003, Mr. Davis served as chairman of National Grid USA and as an executive director of National Grid (UK), owner and operator of the electricity transmission network in England and Wales. He served as chairman and chief executive officer of the Metropolitan Development Foundation of Central New York until December 4, 2008.
Raj K. Gupta, Director, age 72, has served on the CONSOL Board since February 2004. He currently serves as chairman of the Audit Committee and as a member of the Health, Safety and Environmental Committee. He also served as a director of CNX Gas from June 30, 2005 until May 28, 2010, where he served as (i) chairman of the finance committee until January 16, 2009 and (ii) a member of the audit committee throughout his term. From July 2007 to April 2009, Mr. Gupta also served as chairman of the board of directors of Quetzal Energy Inc., a Canadian-based international oil and gas company operating in Guatemala, Central America. Mr. Gupta currently works as an independent management consultant. From 1965 until his retirement in 2000, Mr. Gupta held various management positions with Phillips Petroleum Company, an international integrated oil and gas company now part of ConocoPhillips, including vice president of strategic planning, managing business development, strategic growth and globalization efforts in South America, China, the Middle East and the former Soviet Union. From 2000 to December 2004, Mr. Gupta served on the board of directors of Yukos Oil Company, Moscow, Russia, chaired its compensation committee and was a member of its audit and finance committees. From 2000 to 2009, Mr. Gupta was a member of the Advisory Council of the Industrial, Manufacturing and Systems Engineering Department at Kansas State University. He also serves on the board of Preng & Associates in Houston.
David C. Hardesty, Jr., Director, age 69, joined the CONSOL Board in October 2005. He currently serves as a member of the Finance and Health, Safety and Environmental Committees. Mr. Hardesty is president emeritus and professor of law at West Virginia University (WVU). He was president of WVU from 1995 to 2007. While serving as president, he was also a member of the National Security Higher Education Advisory Board. In addition, Mr. Hardesty served as the permanent chair of WVU's affiliated research corporation, teaching hospital and the hospital's parent health care system of hospitals. He is a member of numerous professional and civic organizations. Prior to his career in academia, Mr. Hardesty was a partner in the law firm of Bowles Rice LLP in Charleston, West Virginia, where he practiced in the areas of state and local taxation, corporate banking and administrative law. He is currently of counsel at this law firm. Mr. Hardesty was a state tax commissioner during John D. Rockefeller IV's first term as governor of West Virginia (1977-1980). He also served as chairman of the National 4-H Council, a director and officer in the Big East Conference, a member of the Bowl Championship Series Presidential Oversight Committee and was a founding director of the Blanchettee Rockefeller Neurosciences Institute.
Maureen E. Lally-Green, Director, age 65, joined the CONSOL Board in June 2013. Ms. Lally-Green currently serves as a member of
the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee and the Health, Safety and Environmental Committee. She is an associate general
secretary of the Diocese of Pittsburgh in a part time capacity since July 2013, and was the director of the Office for Church Relations
for the Diocese of Pittsburgh, a position she assumedin August 2009. Ms. Lally-Green has served on the board of Federated Mutual Fund
Complex (the "Fund") since 2009, and was appointed to serve on its audit committee in May 2013. With respect to the Fund, she is currently
a director or trustee of 41 separate investment companies of such fund complex. In addition, Ms. Lally-Green has been a professor of law
at Duquesne University's School of Law in various capacities, including adjunct professor of law and professor of law, since September
1983. From June 1998 until July 2009, when she retired, she served as a Judge on the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, a state-wide
appellate court. Other relevant experience includes her service as a consultant to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, counsel in the law
department at the former Westinghouse Electric Corporation and counsel at the Divisions of Trading and Markets and Enforcement at the
Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Ms. Lally-Green is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Pennsylvania Bar Institute,
Allegheny County Bar Association, Allegheny Bar Foundation, District of Columbia Bar Association, International Women's Judges
Association, National Association of Women Judges, and the Women's Bar Association of Western Pennsylvania. She also serves on the board
or as a trustee of the Saint Vincent Seminary, Saint Vincent College, the Epilepsy Foundation of Western/Central Pennsylvania, UPMC-Mercy
Hospital, Catholic High Schools of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Inc., and Our Campaign for the Church Alive!, Inc.
Gregory A. Lanham, Director, age 50, joined the CONSOL Board in October, 2014. Mr. Lanham currently serves as a member of the
Compensation Committee and the Health, Safety and Environmental Committee. He is the chief executive officer of FTS International, Inc.
(FTSI), the largest private oil field service company in North America, and has served as a member of the FTSI board of directors since
May 2011. Previously, Mr. Lanham was the managing director and global head of energy and managing director of Investments for Australia
and New Zealand at Temasek Holdings (Private) Limited, an investment company based in Singapore. He is a registered professional engineer
in the state of Texas. Prior to joining Temasek, Mr. Lanham spent 20 years with Anadarko Petroleum Corporation in positions of increasing
responsibility, including president and general manager of Anadarko’s Asian subsidiary. He previously held director positions at Venari
Resources LLC and Black Gold Energy LLC, and is currently a director of the United Way of Tarrant County, Texas.
John T. Mills, Director, age 67, joined the CONSOL Board in March 2006. Mr. Mills currently serves as a member of the Audit Committee and the Compensation Committee. He serves on the board of directors of Cal Dive International Inc., a marine contractor providing manned diving, derrick, pipelay and pipe burial services to the offshore oil and natural gas industry, and serves as lead independent director, chairman of the audit committee, and a member of the compensation and corporate governance and nominating committees. From January 2008 through June 2010, Mr. Mills was a member of the board of directors and audit, conflicts and risk management committees of Regency GP, LLC, the general partner of Regency GP, LP, the general partner of Regency Energy Partners LP, a natural gas gathering, processing and transportation master limited partnership. Mr. Mills joined the board of directors of Horizon Offshore, Inc., a marine construction company, in June 2002 and served as the chairman of the board of directors from September 2004 until December 11, 2007, when Horizon Offshore, Inc. was acquired by Cal Dive International, Inc. Mr. Mills was the chief financial officer of Marathon Oil Corporation, an integrated energy company, from January 2002 until his retirement in December 2003. In 2011, Mr. Mills attended the Harvard Business School program “Making Corporate Boards More Effective.”
William P. Powell, Director, age 58, has served on the CONSOL Board since January 2004. He currently serves as a member of the
Finance Committee and the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee. Since 1993, Mr. Powell has also been a director of Cytec
Industries, a global specialty chemicals and materials company, where he chairs the governance committee and has served on the audit
committee. Until May 2007, Mr. Powell was a managing director of William Street Advisors, a New York City-based merchant banking boutique.
Mr. Powell resigned from William Street Advisors to establish a family office, 535 Partners LLC, where he serves as managing partner.
Prior to his time at William Street Advisors, he served as a Managing Director of UBS Warburg LLC and its predecessor Dillon, Read & Co.
Inc. since 1991.
William N. Thorndike, Jr., Director, age 51, joined the CONSOL Board in October, 2014. Mr. Thorndike currently serves as a
member of the Compensation Committee and the Finance Committee. He founded Housatonic Partners, a private equity firm, in Boston, MA in
1994 and has been a managing director since that time. Prior to founding Housatonic Partners, Mr. Thorndike worked with T. Rowe Price
Associates and Walker & Company, a publishing company, where he was named to the board of directors. Mr. Thorndike has served as a
director of over 30 companies since founding Housatonic Partners. He is currently a director of Alta Colleges; Carillon Assisted Living,
LLC; Lincoln Peak Holdings, LLC; OASIS Group Ltd.; QMC International, LLC; and White Flower Farm, Inc. He also serves as a trustee of
Stanford Business School Trust, and WGBH, a public broadcaster serving southern New England, and is the chair of the board of trustees of
the College of the Atlantic. Mr. Thorndike is the author of “The Outsiders: Eight Unconventional CEOs and Their Radically Rational
Blueprint for Success”.
Joseph T. Williams, Director, age 77, has served on the CONSOL Board since January 2004. He currently serves as Chairman of the Finance Committee and is a member of the Compensation Committee. From July 2006 until January 2009, he was also a director of CNX Gas and served on the nominating and corporate governance and finance committees. Mr. Williams is a retired oil and natural gas industry executive who has held positions as chairman or chief executive officer or both for NASDAQ, American Stock Exchange and NYSE listed companies. He is currently a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.
Nicholas J. DeIuliis, President, Chief Executive Officer and Director, age 46, has over 24 years of experience with the company. He has
been our Chief Executive Officer since May 7, 2014 and our President since February 23, 2011. Mr. DeIuliis was Executive Vice President
and Chief Operating Officer of CONSOL from January 16, 2009 until February 23, 2011. He previously served in various positions at CNX Gas
Corporation, including President, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer. He is currently Chairman of the Board at CNX Gas
Corporation. Mr. DeIuliis is also a member of the board of directors of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the University of Pittsburgh Cancer
Institute, the Center for Sustainable Shale Development, and the Allegheny Conference on Community Development. Mr. DeIuliis is a
registered engineer in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and a member of the Pennsylvania bar. He is also a member of the Industrial &
Professional Advisory Council College of Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University and the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation.
James A. Brock, age 58, has been Chief Operating Officer - Coal of CONSOL Energy since December
10, 2010. Prior to this appointment, he served as Senior Vice President – Northern Appalachia – West Virginia Operations of CONSOL Energy
beginning December 3, 2007. From September 7, 2006 until December 3, 2007 he served as Vice President –Operations. Mr. Brock began his
career with CONSOL in 1979 at the Matthews Mine and since then has served at various locations in many positions including Section
Foreman, Mine Longwall Coordinator, General Mine Foreman, and Superintendent. Mr. Brock currently serves on the board of directors of the
National Mining Association and is on the executive committee of West Virginia Coal Association, where he also serves as chairman of the
board of directors. He is on the board of directors of the West Virginia Coal Mining Institute, and is a former board member of the Utah
Coal Association and the Utah Mine Safety Technical Advisory Council. Mr. Brock is involved in the Monongalia County Habitat for Humanity
and the Morgantown Chamber of Commerce. He is also a sponsor of the Christian Foundation for Children and Aging. Mr. Brock was voted the
2010 Coal Safety Leader of the Year by the West Virginia State Counsel.
Timothy C. Dugan, age 53, has been Chief Operating Officer- Exploration & Production of CONSOL
Energy since January 28, 2014. He was President and Chief Operating Officer of CNX Gas Corporation from May 22, 2014 to December 1, 2014,
when he became President and Chief Executive Officer. Prior to joining CONSOL Energy, Mr. Dugan was vice president – Appalachian south
business unit at Chesapeake Energy Corporation. During his seven years with Chesapeake Energy, he held the titles of senior asset manager,
operations superintendent, senior asset manager and district manager. From 2001 to 2007, Mr. Dugan was employed with EQT Corporation,
where he held the titles of regional reservoir engineer and director of operations – engineering. Mr. Dugan began his petroleum and gas
engineering career in 1984 with Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation as general foreman and field consultant, and held other industry related
positions with progressing responsibility at various oil and gas companies. Mr. Dugan is a member of the Society of Petroleum
James C. Grech, age 53, has been the Company’s Chief Commercial Officer since November 15, 2012
and was promoted to Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer effective March 1, 2013. Mr. Grech has served as Senior Vice
President of CNX Land Resources Inc., a subsidiary of CONSOL Energy from September 13, 2011 until December 5, 2013. He joined the Company
in 2001 and has served in several roles since then, including President and Chief Executive Officer of CONSOL Energy Sales Company, a
subsidiary of CONSOL Energy, and Vice President of NAPP Gas and Energy Marketing for CNX Gas Company. In previous positions at CONSOL, Mr.
Grech has worked in the operations and marketing divisions of CNX Gas. Prior to working for CONSOL, Mr. Grech spent 17 years working for
DTE Energy in the Detroit Edison Fuel Supply group and at DTE Coal Services.. He is a member of the National Coal Transportation
Association, and also serves as a Board Member for Mon Valley Hospital.
Stephen W. Johnson, age 56, has been Executive Vice President – Chief Legal and Corporate
Affairs Officer of CONSOL Energy since January 1, 2013. In May 2014, Mr. Johnson became a director of the general partner of CONE
Midstream Partners LP. Prior to January 1, 2013, he served as Senior Vice President & General Counsel of CONSOL Energy since March 23,
2009. From March 23, 2009 until December 31, 2012, he served as Senior Vice President & General Counsel and Secretary of CNX Gas
Corporation. From June 29, 2007 until March 23, 2009, he served as Executive Vice President and General Counsel of CNX Gas Corporation.
Prior to that, he served as Senior Vice President and General Counsel of CNX Gas Corporation from December 5, 2005 until June 29, 2007,
and as General Counsel from September 1, 2005 until December 5, 2005. Prior to joining CNX Gas Corporation on September 1, 2005, he was a
partner since 2002 in the Business and Regulatory Group at Reed Smith LLP, one of the 20 largest law firms in the world. From 1984 to
2001, Mr. Johnson was with the law firm of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC, where he served on several of the firm’s management committees.
Mr. Johnson has served as corporate, securities and mergers and acquisitions counsel to both public and privately held companies for his
entire professional career. Mr. Johnson is the immediate past chairman of the board of Concordia Lutheran Ministries, a non-profit
continuing care retirement community serving thousands of elderly persons. He previously served for several years as the Chairman of NEED,
a non-profit minority college access program.
David M. Khani, age 51, has been the company's Executive Vice President and Chief Financial
Officer since March 1, 2013. In May 2014, Mr. Khani became a director and the Chief Financial Officer of the general partner of CONE
Midstream Partners LP. He joined CONSOL in September 2011 as the company's Vice President – Finance, managing the following five
financial-related departments: Controllers, Investor Relations, Information Systems and Technology, Strategy and Planning, and Treasury.
He was the director of research from February 2007 to October 2010 and then the co-director of research from October 2010 to August 2011
at FBR Capital Markets and Co. (“FBR’), an investment banking and advisory firm. Prior to that time, Khani served as the managing director
and Co-Group head of FBR’s Energy and Natural Resources Group covering the oil and gas exploration and production and coal mining
industries. In 1993 Mr. Khani received his MBA, with concentrations in finance and corporate accounting, from the William E. Simon
Graduate School of Business at the University of Rochester and is a member of the CFA Institute and the CFA Society Pittsburgh.