Golar LNG finds new CEO internally

Gas carrier Golar LNG appoints a new CEO, found internally. The replacement takes place after parts of the Trøim-owned carrier was sold to a US-based energy infrastructure company in January.

Tor Olav Trøim, Norwegian investor, has ownership stakes in Golar LNG, which is undergoing a change of ownership. | Photo: PR / Marine Money/Marine Money

Carrier Golar LNG, which is partly owned by Norwegian shipping investor Tor Olav Trøim and transports liquefied natural gas, has found its new CEO.

His name is Karl Fredrik Staubo and has been found internally as he is currently CFO of the shipping company, informs the company in a press release in which it also names Golar LNG's new CFO, who will take over from Staubo.

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