The Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC), a company holding a 25 percent stake in the Alaska LNG project, appointed Keith M. Meyer as its president.
Meyer, who joins AGDC from LNG America, the company he founded in 2008, replaces Dan Fauske who resigned in December the company said, adding that Meyer will assume his new role on June 15.
With 35 years of industry experience, 15 of which he focused on LNG initiatives, Meyer has managed the development of large-scale infrastructure projects spanning four continents to include LNG terminals, natural gas pipelines, power plants, gas liquids plants, storage, and gas separation projects.
Meyer was previously president of Cheniere LNG where he oversaw the development of the Sabine Pass receiving terminal.
LNG World News Staff