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Fairwood LNG appoints COO

LNG Industry,


Fairwood Peninsula Energy Corp., the owner of Delfin LNG, has announced the appointment of Daniel ‘Dan’ Werner as Chief Operating Officer (COO).

Werner was previously Senior VP of Commercial at Golar LNG, and brings over 25 years of experience in the development, negotiation and implementation of natural gas and LNG trading, transportation and tolling agreements.

Floating liquefaction

He played an important role in Golar LNG’s evolving floating liquefaction business. Over the past two years, Werner was also a principal on the team that negotiated and delivered multiple technical and commercial agreements related to the conversion of two Golar LNG carriers into FLNG production vessels.

Prior to Golar LNG, Werner’s experience included senior leadership roles with BG Group, Sempra LNG and El Paso Energy.

Comments

Frederick Jones

Commenting on the appointment, Frederick Jones, CEO of Fairwood LNG, said: “We are very pleased to be adding an individual of Dan’s caliber to the Fairwood LNG team. As Fairwood LNG continues to develop the first floating liquefaction project in the United States, Delfin LNG, we could not think of someone better qualified to further advance the project’s commercial and technical aspects.”

Dan Werner

Werner added: “I am thrilled to be joining a first-class, high-growth company like Fairwood LNG. Having been a principal at one of the leading floating liquefaction companies, I have studied the full spectrum of proposed liquefaction projects and can say with the utmost confidence that Delfin LNG is one of the most attractive projects in the world. I look forward to helping make Delfin LNG the first floating liquefaction project in the United States and to develop further growth opportunities for Fairwood LNG going forward.”


Adapted from press release by Katie Woodward

Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/floating-lng/28042015/delfin-lng-gets-new-liquefaction-expert-660/


 

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