Steelhead LNG, a Vancouver-based liquefied natural gas (LNG) company, has added two executives to its team.
Paul Sullivan has been appointed vice-president of special projects. Sullivan formerly held the position of senior vice president of global LNG and floating LNG at Worley Parsons Group. Gerry Peereboom, who has 38 years of experience in the industry with BP, Amaco and Noble Energy, has been appointed vice president of integration for Steelhead LNG. Both individuals will be based out of Vancouver, B.C.
"I see Steelhead LNG as one of the most dynamic and innovative companies in the industry and am excited to join the team. Working together with our upstream partner Seven Generations Energy, I believe Steelhead LNG will develop sustainable projects that deliver LNG with some of the lowest emissions across the entire value chain," Peereboom said.
"Our ability to attract world-class talent is an indication of our growing reputation as a pioneer in developing low-cost, environmentally sustainable solutions that will deliver cost-competitive LNG to customers. Paul and Gerry bring a wealth of experience to Steelhead LNG, which complements the existing strengths of our executive team," Steelhead LNG CEO Nigel Kuzemko said.
Steelhead LNG has proposed several LNG projects, including the Malahat LNG facility in the Malahat Nation's Bamberton Industrial Lands near the Saanich Inlet, and the Island Galls Connector, a pipeline project between Washington State and Vancouver Island, B.C.