Liquefied Natural Gas Limited, the Perth-based LNG developer, named Joseph B’Oris as chief development officer starting November 27.
Reporting to LNG Limited managing director and CEO Greg Vesey, B’Oris will join the company’s leadership team and have overall responsibility for all aspects of commercial development and marketing, tolling parties and offtake agreements, project development and strategy, and ensuring organizational knowledge regarding market factors impacting global LNG supply and demand.
B’Oris has more than 30 years of experience in the energy industry specifically focused on LNG and gas and liquid pipelines, LNG Limited said in a statement.
He began his career at Getty Oil (later acquired by Texaco). While at Texaco, Joe was responsible for all commercial activities on the Sabine Pipeline, which is the owner and operator of the Henry Hub.
Following his position at Texaco, he served in leadership roles in various LNG projects across the world for Nexen and CNOOC, Shell, Marathon, and Jordan Cove LNG where he was responsible for commercial and business development activities.
He most recently operated a private consulting business focused on supporting the development and commercial activities of various LNG development, pipeline, and midstream companies.
LNG Limited is developing the 8 mtpa Magnolia LNG project in the Port of Lake Charles, Louisiana, United States as well as the Bear Head LNG project with the capacity of 8 mtpa in Richmond County, Nova Scotia, Canada with potential for further expansion.