Reuters is reporting that two LNG trading managers have left the London branch of Gazprom’s trading arm: Gazprom Marketing & Trading.
According to Reuters sources, the trading managers that have left are Jayesh Mistry and Lawrence Darby. Mistry was reportedly general manager for LNG and oil trading, and Darby was responsible for LNG paper trading.
These departures follow a series of resignations from the company’s Singapore team in December 2019. These included Delia Proteasa, head of LNG trading, Akshay Kaul and Aimie Parpia.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/16012020/more-lng-traders-leave-gazprom/
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