Cheniere appoints executive leadership

Cheniere Energy Inc. has made several appointments to its executive leadership team.

Cheniere Energy Inc. has made several appointments to its executive leadership team.

Michael Wortley, currently senior vice-president and chief financial officer, will take the title of executive vice-president and chief financial officer, overseeing the firm’s long-term financial strategy and transparency.

Anatol Feygin, currently senior vice-president, strategy and corporate development, will become executive vice-president and chief commercial officer, responsible for optimizing Cheniere's assets and margin capture by focusing on innovation and underwriting new liquefaction capacity.

Tom Bullis will become executive vice-president and chief administrative officer, overseeing functional organizations from human resources and information technology to supply chain.

Ed Lehotsky will become senior vice-president, engineering and construction, responsible for executing on the construction of Cheniere's platform. Doug Shanda will become senior vice-president, operations, overseeing safe, efficient, and reliable operations. Chad Zamarin will become senior vice-president, pipeline, and manage pipeline construction and operations.

Sean Markowitz will become general counsel and corporate secretary. He’ll be tasked with overseeing compliance and communication, advising the organization on areas of legal exposure.

Corey Grindal will become senior vice-president, gas supply, managing natural gas strategy, infrastructure, and operations.

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