Bangladesh has opted to cancel its plans for a new floating LNG import terminal, preferring land-based facilities instead.
Will joined Palladian Publications in September 2017 after graduating from the University of Southampton. He is excited about his new role as Editorial Assistant for LNG Industry and looks forward to learning all about the world of natural gas.
Whilst at University Will studied History, specialising in the British Home Front during WW2, and competed for the basketball team in his spare time.
Born and bred in the Godalming/Guildford area, Will now plays for a local basketball club and enjoys keeping up to date with the NFL and NBA.
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