March 2020, Vol. 247, No. 3


SGA Chair Don Raikes Sees Natural Gas as Key to Sustainable Future

By Jeff Awalt, Executive Editor     Don Raikes didn’t enter Fairmont University with plans for a career in energy, but a two-year internship at the U.S. Department of Energy set the course for his first job at Consolidated Natural Gas, which was later acquired by Dominion Energy. A native of Fairmont, W.Va., Raikes grew up in coal country, but he continues to play a key role in the shift to cleaner-burning natural gas and renewable methane gas, both of which he views as essential, long-term companions to wind and solar energy. Since 1985, Raikes has primarily focused on the company’s interstate gas pipeline business. He was part of the commercial team that implemented wholesale restruc

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