Murry and Cindy Gerber and Seamus

Like many couples, Murry and Cindy Gerber are concerned about the future of our country. As parents and grandparents, they especially worry about a secure energy future and the condition of the environment. One of the most common topics after Murry retired as CEO of EQT in 2010 was, “What can we do to make a difference?”

While he was with EQT, Murry led the company in its transformation from a regional gas distribution company to one of the largest and fastest growing independent exploration and production companies in the United States. Though he is still a member of the Board of Directors, he now has time to pursue his particular interests and special projects.

Murry and Cindy believe that natural gas is the key for a cleaner, cheaper vehicle fuel that will help America’s energy independence. Cindy’s own experience as the Chief Deputy Public Defender for Allegheny County as well as private law experience makes her a ready advocate for our country’s greener future.

Murry and Cindy hit upon the idea of a cross country Hummer Tour as a way to show that Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs) are a viable form of daily transportation. In the American tradition of responsible citizens, they are using their own funds to finance the Tour, including issuing grants to school programs across the country that foster ingenuity in the fields of science and engineering. Along the way they’re hoping to talk to as many people as they can about the benefits of NGVs.

Their dog, Seamus is just along for the ride — always shamelessly ready for a road trip, whatever the cause.


4 responses to “About

  1. Dennis Harrington


    So, you guys are really going to do this. Good luck!
    Best regards

  2. Murry Gerber

    Yep. It’s going to happen. Hope we get some media attention. Signs are positive, but you never know.

  3. peggy carpenter

    Murry and Cindy – This is just a great idea – good for you! I saw you speak last year in Pittsburgh at the Energy luncheon put on by the Pittsburgh Business Times. I loved the fact that you were not talking jargon – real words, politically correct or not. And a great message too – from a fellow geologist. Please let me know when you’ll be in Pittsburgh and where you will be speaking – I’d love to attend.

  4. jay

    Mr. Gerber
    I’ve seen your H3T and love it and wanted to ask you about it. I belive for your tailgate you have a VR Series tiregate. I’m planning to use a PR Series on my H3T and wanted to know what make model application you picked up to matched the H3T bed? Also if there was more to it to make the tiregate work? Hope to hear from you soon and think your doing great job out there.

    Thank You
    Jay Q.

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