Nigel Darlow, chief executive of Trinidad and Tobago’s Atlantic LNG plant, is stepping down from his position.
Darlow, who has led the company since 2011, is returning to the UK, according to the Trinidad and Tobago Guardian.
Darlow will be replaced by Philip Mshelbila, Shell’s general manager of gas in Nigeria.
“Atlantic is one of the best and most competitive LNG production businesses globally. It has been a real privilege to serve as Atlantic chief executive,” Darlow was quoted as saying by the newspaper....