Cheniere board member Michele Evans passes away

US LNG exporter Cheniere said on Monday that the company’s board member Michele Evans has passed away. She was 55.

Evans, a top executive at Lockheed Martin, joined Cheniere’s board in June 2019 as an independent director.

Furthermore, she worked over 34 year in the defense and aerospace industry. Evans led a significant number of programs in support of the US military but also commercial and international military customers.

“All of us at Cheniere are profoundly saddened at the passing of board member Michele Evans,” CEO Jack Fusco said.

“Michele dedicated her career to the security of the United States and our allies, and we are thankful she was able to share her exceptional leadership and experience with us,” Fusco said.

Cheniere currently operates the 25 mtpa Sabine Pass LNG plant in Louisiana, the largest such facility in the US. Additionally, the firm is finalizing the 15 mtpa Corpus Christi facility in Texas.

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