Pavilion Energy Pte. Ltd. (Pavilion Energy), the parent company of Singapore liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunker supplier Pavilion Energy Singapore Pte Ltd, on Thursday named Alan Heng as Interim Group Chief Executive Officer, effective 26 August.
Heng will succeed Frédéric H. Barnaud who has elected to step down as Group Chief Executive Officer and return to Europe to be with his family.
“Frédéric has laid a strong foundation for the Group with the development of its LNG business and its expansion into Europe,” said Pavilion Energy Chairman, Tan Sri Mohd Hassan Marican.
“On behalf of the Board, Management and Staff, I would like to thank Frédéric for his leadership of Pavilion Energy in the past three and a half years. The Board wishes him all the best for the future.”
Heng is currently the Managing Director- Asia at Pavilion Energy. He joined Pavilion Energy in 2013 and has been instrumental in developing its activities in the Singapore Hub.
He has been in the energy industry for 33 years and was previously in various management positions in ExxonMobil.
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Published: 19 August, 2021
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