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Nexant announces senior appointment

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LNG Industry,

Nexant has released a statement announcing the addition of a new Vice President, Honn Tudor, to the Energy & Chemical Advisory (E&CA) team located in Houston, Texas, US.

Tudor is an industry veteran with more than 30 years of experience in plant operations, marketing and consulting.

The US Gulf Coast (USGC) contains the greatest concentration of process and engineering companies in the world. Nexant actively works with most of these companies and financial interests, with current active projects in the following areas:

  • Monitoring construction and progress as independent engineers.
  • Current engagements for LNG, methanol, fertilizer, cracker, and derivative facilities, as well as terminal infrastructure.
  • Assessments of commercial and emerging technologies for both conventional (gas processing, refining, and petrochemicals) and renewables (wind, solar, bio-based, MSW conversion, etc.).
  • Market analysis for all fuels and primary/derivative chemicals.
  • In-depth Nexant subscriptions and reports on process industry metrics and markets.
  • Training workshops in Houston, focused on petrochemicals and sustainability.

Bruce Burke, Senior Vice President for E&CA’s activities in the Americas, said: “Honn brings a wealth of practical experience covering a wide range of the petrochemical industry, including olefins, aromatics, and polymers. He has spent 25 years in industry operations and management, primarily at plants in Texas and Louisiana, with some stints overseas. Most recently, Honn has been an industry consultant involved in cost and operational benchmarking. He is a welcome addition and will continue to drive Nexant's services to our Gulf Coast clients.”

Tudor added: “I look forward to helping Nexant's USGC clients benefit from our unique blend of products and services. The US Gulf Coast is one of the worlds best regions for development of energy and chemical opportunities and I am excited to work in such a dynamic environment.”

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