Sean Lalani, President, Eagle LNG Partners, talks about the prospects of micro-liquefaction in shipping and refers to his company’s new project in Jacksonville, FL where a domestic natural gas liquefaction plant is currently under construction.Read More »
Author: Sean Lalani
Sean Lalani serves as President of Eagle LNG Partners, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ferus Natural Gas Fuels LP, building LNG infrastructure across the United States to supply clean-burning, competitively-priced fuel for the marine, remote power, rail, oil and gas, and trucking industries. Based in Houston, Texas, Sean is responsible for leading the development of Eagle’s liquefied natural gas business in the U.S., including the building of two LNG plants in Florida with name plate capacity of nearly 2 Million LNG-gallons per day. Sean joined Ferus in 2003 playing an instrumental role in the start-up of the company and was responsible for creating Ferus’ natural gas fueling business plan. Prior to joining Ferus, Sean held various roles as a business consultant, commodity consultant, and in corporate finance, commodity trading, contract negotiations and settlements, and marketing. Sean has 15 years of experience in the oil and gas industry and holds a finance degree from the University of Alberta.