Sempra LNG, has announced that Michael VanderMate has been named Vice President of Engineering and Construction.
“Mike’s wealth of leadership experience with carrying out large-scale LNG export projects, pipelines and associated infrastructure will help to bring Sempra LNG’s five strategically located natural gas liquefaction projects to reality,” said Carlos Ruiz Sacristán, Chairman and CEO of Sempra North American Infrastructure.
VanderMate joins Sempra LNG with 34 years of experience in engineering, construction, commissioning, project management and business management. He has spent most of his career with Bechtel, one of the largest privately held engineering, procurement and construction firms in the world and an important LNG contractor. VanderMate has more than a decade of experience with executing US and global multibillion-dollar LNG projects, including other relevant experience. He has worked in numerous locations, including the US Gulf Coast, Mexico, Canada, South America and Australia.
Sempra LNG develops, builds and invests in natural gas liquefaction facilities and is pursuing the development of five strategically located LNG projects in North America with a goal of delivering 45 million tpy of clean natural gas to the largest world markets, making Sempra Energy one of North America's largest developers of LNG export facilities.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/gas-processing/18042019/michael-vandermate-joins-sempra-lng/
You might also like
Iain Gilmore, Senior Manager, Catalyst Technologies, Johnson Matthey, and David Kettner, President and General Counsel of Virent, shed light on a groundbreaking development.