Company Overview of GDF SUEZ Gas NA, LLC
GDF SUEZ Gas NA, LLC, along with its subsidiary, imports, distributes, and supplies liquefied natural gas in North America. The company owns and operates an LNG receiving terminal. The company supplies natural gas in vapor or liquid form. Its customers include local gas distribution companies, electric generating facilities, natural gas marketers, and industrial end-users, as well as homes in Greater Boston. The company was formerly known as Suez LNG Na, LLC. The company was founded in 1971 and is based in Houston, Texas with additional offices in Boston, Massachusetts; Hartford, Connecticut; Mexico City, Mexico; and Toronto, Canada. It operates a terminal in Everett, Massachusetts; and reta...
1990 Post Oak Boulevard
Houston, TX 77056-4499
Founded in 1971
Key Executives for GDF SUEZ Gas NA, LLC
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Executive Officer of GDF SUEZ Energy North America and President of GDF SUEZ Energy North America
Senior Vice President of LNG Supply Terminaling
Senior Vice President of Commercial
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
GDF SUEZ Gas NA, LLC Key Developments
GDF SUEZ Gas NA, LLC Presents at 10th Annual Platts Northeast Power & Gas Markets Conference, May-28-2015 01:30 PM
Apr 15 15
GDF SUEZ Gas NA, LLC Presents at 10th Annual Platts Northeast Power & Gas Markets Conference, May-28-2015 01:30 PM. Venue: New York Marriott Downtown Hotel, 85 West Street at Albany Street, New York, NY 10006, United States. Speakers: Guy Braden, Senior Vice President, Commercial.
GDF SUEZ Gas NA Names Frank Katulak as its New President and CEO
Jan 16 14
GDF SUEZ Gas NA announced that it has named Frank Katulak as its new President and CEO. Most recently, he oversaw the operations of the Everett Marine Terminal, as President and Chief Operating Officer of Distrigas of Massachusetts LLC. Prior to joining GDF SUEZ, Katulak was Director of Gas Operations and managed an LNG facility for The Brooklyn Union Gas Company, a predecessor company to National Grid. While in that position, he served as a key advocate of LNG's importance to the terminal's traditional Northeast customer base of gas utilities and power producers; to potential new retail LNG customers in the marine, trucking, and commercial-industrial sectors; and to the international market.
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