Skipping Stone acquired from Commerce Energy

Boston, MA, Oct. 13, 2008 — Founder of Skipping Stone, Peter Weigand has partnered with Greg Lander to acquire Skipping Stone from Commerce Energy. Skipping Stone will continue to focus on the energy industry. The partners are expanding the company’s existing consulting service offerings to add interim management and contract resources, as well as executive search services.

The purchase included all of the assets, intellectual property, client contracts, and the operational and consulting personnel. Included in the assets is Capacity Center, a wholly-owned subsidiary that provides interstate gas pipeline capacity release transaction and other capacity and operational information to physical and financial trading companies and the FERC.

Skipping Stone’s headquarters are in Boston with additional locations in Chicago, Houston, Tampa and Orange County California.

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