BG Global LNG Appoints New VP

Thursday, December 15, 2005
BG Global LNG appointed David Maxwell to the leadership team of the Global LNG business, according to a Chron.com report. As vice president and general manager, LNG Business Development, Maxwell will be responsible for developing new LNG opportunities in Asia Pacific for BG as well as helping to realize existing opportunities. Maxwell was with Woodside where he was director, Gas and Marketing and was involved in the development of Woodside's natural gas and LNG portfolio. He brings an in-depth knowledge of the oil and gas markets in the Asia Pacific region. Prior to this he was with Santos and had responsibility for marketing and business development. Maxwell will be based in BG's offices in Singapore. Source: Chron.com
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