MOXIE ENERGY, LLC
Providing Services to the Energy Industry
The key members of Moxie Energy's management team have over 100 years of experience in the energy industry, with proven abilities to identify and close on energy opportunities.
is the founder of Moxie Energy, and currently serves as President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Samson was a Managing Director for the AES Corporation where he led LNG development efforts throughout the world, including the Andres LNG Project in the Dominican Republic that is currently in operation. Prior to joining AES, Mr. Samson served as Vice President of Project Development for Kenetech Energy Systems where he was responsible for all development efforts associated with U.S. and international projects using natural gas, wind, biomass, and distillate oil technologies (1991-1999). Significantly, Mr. Samson conceived and led the development efforts associated with the EcoElectrica LNG and Power Plant Project in Puerto Rico, a world-class LNG import facility connected to a 540 MW cogeneration power plant. Mr. Samson also served as Director of Operations for Kenetech Facilities Management where he managed project operations, start-up, and construction for Kenetech's independent electric generation projects (1988-1991).
SCOTT TAYLOR is a Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Moxie Energy. Mr. Taylor was previously a Managing Director in the wind and solar groups of The AES Corporation, among other positions at AES over a twelve year career. While at AES, Mr. Taylor worked in a broad range of development and financial roles, including structuring and securing debt and equity financings across a diverse range of technologies. He was AES' lead financial executive of the LNG team and provided support for acquisitions and other corporate activities. Prior to joining AES, Mr. Taylor was Vice President of Project Finance for Kenetech Energy Systems where he managed the national and international project finance functions for all non-wind independent electric generation projects, including natural gas, biomass, and oil-fired facilities (1991-1999). From 1984 to 1991, Mr. Taylor specialized in arranging, structuring, and negotiating non-recourse senior debt facilities for electric generation projects while at ABN AMRO Bank. Mr. Taylor received his MBA from the University of Chicago.