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Adriatic LNG appoints new Managing Director

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Tim Kelly has replaced Suresh Jagadesan as the Managing Director of Adriatic LNG, which operates the regasification terminal located offshore from the Veneto coast.

Before joining Adriatic LNG, Tim worked as the Marine Operations Manager at ExxonMobil’s gas liquefaction plant in Papua New Guinea.

Tim has almost 40 years’ experience in the marine and oil and gas sectors, starting his career in the Merchant navy. After joining ExxonMobil, he held positions of increasing responsibility, working in Africa, Far East, Oceania and USA. Tim holds a master’s degree in Business Administration, from the University of Warwick Business School (UK).

“I am proud to be appointed as the Managing Director of Adriatic LNG, whose regasification terminal is key for the diversification of energy sources at national and European level” – declared the new MD. “The previous Managing Directors have done a great job here, and I am committed to ensuring that Adriatic LNG continues to build on the work done so far to maintain the efficiency and reliability of this infrastructure.”

Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/25092018/adriatic-lng-appoints-new-managing-director/

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