Snitchler was most recently at Vorys Advisors in Columbus, where he oversaw lobbying on energy issues.
At the petroleum group, he will focus on developing markets for natural gas. At the PUCO, he was a regulator of natural-gas utilities, but not the gas producers that make up the trade group.
“We all rely on this affordable and clean-burning fuel to heat our homes, cook our food, produce our favorite consumer products and provide electricity,” Snitchler said in a statement. “It’s important to embrace this abundant energy resource for the continued benefit of consumers, workers and the environment.”
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