LNG shipper GasLog Partners said it has appointed Paolo Enoizi as the company’s new chief executive officer.
The NYSE-listed limited partnership controlled by Greece-based GasLog said on Thursday the appointment would be effective August 1.
Enoizi will continue to serve as COO of GasLog and GasLog Partners following his new appointment, according to the statement.
In addition, Paul Wogan will step down from his position as the partnership’s chief executive on July 31, but he will remain CEO of GasLog.
Also, Wogan will step down as director of the partnership, effective July 31. Enoizi will replace him in that position as well.
“We are delighted to be welcoming Paolo as our new CEO. Since joining as COO in 2019 Paolo has been leading the effort to improve the operational efficiency and competitiveness of the group’s fleet,” Curt Anastasio, chairman of GasLog Partners, said.
“His depth of knowledge and experience in shipping and ship operations make him ideally suited to lead the partnership as we look to maximize the value of our vessels trading in the short-term market,” he said.
The partnership’s fleet consists of 15 LNG carriers with an average carrying capacity of about 158,000 cbm.