Scott Staruch

Scott Staruch is a partner with Quantum Communications and leads its Issues Management practice, specializing in the energy sector. He has been an integral member of the Quantum team since 2002, after serving as an aide to U.S. Senator Arlen Specter.

Scott has a proven track record in public policy advocacy. He primarily works with Quantum's energy clients; including producers, midstream and distribution companies, as well as energy associations at both the state and national levels.

Scott has managed numerous issue and awareness campaigns, and has coordinated winning coalition-building efforts throughout the region. He is recognized as an expert on brand development, awareness and management.

Scott has served as an advocate and media spokesperson for a multitude of Quantum clients. He has been featured on television and radio news programs and in print media.  Scott has also organized numerous media events and conferences.

Scott is a graduate of Elon University where he was a Presidential Scholar and member of the Political Science and the French National Honor Societies.

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Recent Articles By Scott

  • Meet Pennsylvania's Newest Congressmen

    By: Scott Staruch

    Pennsylvania’s newest representatives have more than a few things in common and myriad ideas they will bring to Congress.

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  • Staruch: LNG Exports - The “Icing On The Cake” for Small Businesses

    By: Scott Staruch

    Those living in Pennsylvania’s energy producing communities have seen – and in many cases have been part of – the countless small business turnarounds and entrepreneurial successes as the commonwealth’s natural gas production surges.

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  • Staruch: The Midterm Election & PA’s Energy Policy

    By: Scott Staruch

    From gas prices to environmental regulations, the new legislature could significantly impact the state’s energy economy. 

    On November 4th, Pennsylvanians elected Democrat Tom Wolf as governor. They also gave Republicans a 119 to 84 majority in the House and a 30 to 20 edge in the Senate.

    What does this mean for Pennsylvania as an energy superpower?

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  • Staruch: The Difference Between A Leader and A Follower

    The innovative practices of local businesses can be put to work to create new frontiers within state government.

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  • Staruch: Natural Gas Utilization Conference Set for Oct. 14 & 15

    By: Scott Staruch

    The 2014 Penn State Natural Gas Utilization Conference heads to Canonsburg, Pa., October 14-15. The conference’s fourth installment will showcase the latest trends in natural gas use.

    Presented by America’s Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA), Penn State Marcellus Center for Outreach and Research (MCOR) and Ben Franklin Shale Gas Innovation & Commercialization Center (SGICC), the conference will feature presentations from energy industry experts, business leaders, government officials and academic researchers. These speakers will discuss how the natural gas revolution is reshaping natural gas’ role as a transportation fuel, revitalizing our manufacturing sector and providing a cleaner fuel source for power generation needs. The full agenda is available at www.2014Utilization.org.

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