Guttulsrod to Speak at Canada LNG Export Forum

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Monday, July 01, 2013

Shanghai-based Wison Offshore & Marine Ltd., a subsidiary of the Wison Group, announced that Vice President of LNG Sales, Tor-Ivar Guttulsrod, will speak at the Canada LNG Export Forum on Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at 4:10 p.m. Guttulsrod will speak on the topic of The Emergence of Mid-Scale Barge-Based LNG Plants comparing the value of mid-scale floating LNG vessels to the large FLNG projects currently under development.

Mr. Guttulsrod is a chemical engineer with more than 25 years of experience in the hydrocarbon processing and related maritime industries. He has extensive management and operational experience from both staff and project positions. His global experience includes business development, sales and marketing, sub-contract negotiation and management, in addition to, acquisition screening in the offshore upstream E&P markets with particular focus on FPSO and other floating solutions. Mr. Guttulsrod has worked for engineering, EPC, shipping and leased production companies. He has a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and an MBA from Rice University in Houston.

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