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Energi, a Massachusetts-based provider of risk management and insurance programs for the energy industry, has opened a new satellite office in Downers Grove, Ill. The new office will provide operational support for Energi's Midwest risk mitigation and insurance professionals.

"As North American energy production continues to boom, we have seen new growth in a number of regions," says Brian McCarthy, Energi CEO. "Our strategic expansion includes adding offices that support the increased activity in these high-growth regions."

The Midwest office represents the first step of Energi’s 2014 expansion plan, following on Energi’s December opening of its Texas office. Over the next 18 months, the company says it will continue to expand, with enlarged office space at its Peabody, Mass., headquarters and a planned office in Washington, D.C., to support its government relations and alternative energy solutions operations.




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