NLNG gets new CEO

This was disclosed via a statement released by NLNG’s General Manager, external relations, Kudo Eresia-Eke.

Tony Attah

This was disclosed via a statement released by NLNG’s General Manager, external relations, Kudo Eresia-Eke.

Attah was appointed to replace Babs Omotowa, who has held the position for nearly five years and will be returning to Shell International in the Hague, ‎Netherlands.

The statement reads in part:

Attah would be taking over from him after returning from an assignment at Shell’s Group Integrated Gas business as senior projects advisor, working on projects in the Netherlands and Singapore.

Attah comes to the NLNG with a 28-year experience in the Nigerian oil and gas industry. At NLNG, he will be responsible for sustaining NLNG’s top quartile performance in supplying liquefied natural gas to the global energy market and advancing the company’s expansion programmes.

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