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PHILADELPHIA -- Senior vice president of Sunoco and president of its SunCoke Energy Inc. subsidiary, Michael H. R. Dingus, will retire effective May 30, the company stated.
"Mike Dingus' entrepreneurial drive and steady leadership have been invaluable to SunCoke Energy's growth and success," John G. Drosdick, chairman and CEO of Sunoco Inc. said in a released statement. "Under his direction, SunCoke Energy will have grown production capacity from 650,000 tons per
year in 1996 to approximately 6 million tons per year once all current and announced projects are complete."
Sunoco vice president, current executive vice president and chief operating officer of SunCoke Energy, Michael J. Thomson, will succeed Dingus as senior vice president of Sunoco, and as president of SunCoke Energy.
"As SunCoke Energy's COO, Michael Thomson has played a key role in managing the business," said Drosdick in a released statement. "We are confident in Mike Thomson's leadership and deep business knowledge. SunCoke Energy is well positioned for future growth."