SEA-LNG appoints new COO, general manager

London-based industry coalition SEA-LNG said it has appointed its director in Europe, Steve Esau, to chief operating officer.

Esau takes over the role of COO from Stephen Cadden who decided to retire, according to a statement by SEA-LNG on Tuesday.

Cadden was one of the founding consultants at SEA-LNG in 2016.

In addition to the COO role, SEA-LNG also welcomed Adi Aggarwal as its new general manager as the coalition continues to work on promoting LNG fuel throughout the entire maritime chain.

Among others, members of SEA-LNG include shipping companies, ports, LNG suppliers, bunkering companies, classification societies, as well as banks and brokers.

According to SEA-LNG’s website, its members include Shell, Qatargas, TotalEnergies, Wartsila, K Line, Port of Rotterdam, ABS, and others.

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