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Head of Stolt-Nielsen to join the board at Golar LNG

US-based Golar LNG will appoint a new Chairman and board member during the general assembly in September. Norwegian Niels G. Stolt-Nielsen is one of the newcomers.

A new Board of Directors will be formed at American Golar LNG, where the current Chairman of the Board, Frank Chapman, has decided not to stand for re-election at the upcoming general assembly. Chapman is the former CEO of the British oil company BG and, going forward, he will spend his time on other interests, according to a statement from Golar LNG, which is one of the world's biggest owners and operators of LNG vessels.

At the general assembly in September, the board nominated Dan Rabun to succeed Frank Chapman, while also the Norwegian head of Stolt-Nielsen Limited, Niels G. Stolt-Nielsen, has accepted a nomination from the board, which will be bidding farewell to board member Kate Blankenship.

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