The FMN MediA Founders Team

FUELS. MARKETS. ANALYSIS.

Gary Bevers

Gary Bevers

President & Publisher

Gary brings over 30 years of leadership experience to FMNWeb, specializing in downstream petroleum supply chain, marketing, branding, fuel management purchasing and distribution logistics, web-enabled technology solutions and product and market development. 

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During his tenure at Exxon Chemical, he was honored with the PRIME Marketing Award of Excellence in 1996 and is a popular speaker at industry conferences. Gary is an incredibly hard worker, always driven to succeed and is passionately dedicated to motivating his employees and partners along the way, ultimately developing meaningful, long-lasting relationships both inside and outside of his business endeavors.

Keith Reid

Keith Reid

Editorial Director

Keith is a 17-year industry veteran, manages the editorial direction of FMNWeb’s content outlets with a focus on maximizing the content value for the organization’s key audiences. 

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From among hundreds of industry-related articles, he has notably covered the rise of hypermarket competitors, speculation in oil commodities, the move of the Majors out of retail, zone pricing, numerous areas of equipment and technology, business diversification, legislation and regulation. Keith earned his bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts with a Professional Writing concentration and proudly served as a Sergeant in the U.S. Army Reserve at the end of the Cold War where he was an armored cavalry instructor.

Frank Hunter

Frank Hunter

Sr. Market Analyst

Frank serves the FMNWeb’s business model as an analyst and supports management in daily operations. He is a member of the American Petroleum Institute (API) and can best help customers with utilizing motor fuels pricing information for better buy/sell decision-making. 

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Frank specializes in upstream, midstream and downstream oil and gas sectors, alternative and renewable energy, thermal power generation and transportation. Frank earned his undergraduate degree in Chemistry and graduate degrees in Chemical Engineering and Economics from the University of Colorado Boulder, and continued his graduate studies in Process Engineering and Mineral Economics at Colorado School of Mines.