Nouria Energy has named convenience store industry veteran Howard Rosenstein as its new chief financial officer, according to a recent LinkedIn announcement from Rosenstein.
Rosenstein brings over a decade of experience working in c-store financials to Nouria, according to his LinkedIn bio. From 2010 to 2020, he was senior vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer of EG America-owned Cumberland Farms. Between 2006 and 2009, Rosenstein was vice president, treasurer and director of tax for wholesale fuel distributor Gulf Oil LLC.
Rosenstein’s hiring comes during a busy past few months for Nouria. Earlier this summer, the convenience retailer launched a new mobile app, which included several new features such as online ordering and delivery and real-time fuel. In August, Nouria acquired 13 c-stores and several dealer locations from H.A. Mapes, a retail operator and fuel distributor based in Maine.
Representatives from Nouria did not respond by press time to an inquiry for more details on Rosenstein’s hiring.
Nouria isn’t the only convenience retailer to name a new chief financial officer in 2023. Several others, such as 7-Eleven International, Alimentation Couche-Tard and Chevron, have also appointed new financial leaders this year.
Founded in 1989, Worcester, Massachusetts-based Nouria Energy owns and operates 175 convenience stores throughout New England, as well as more than 55 Golden Nozzle car washes and a wholesale fuels business.