Tellurian is making a $25 billion investment in U.S. natural gas infrastructure. President and CEO Meg Gentle leads an experienced management team of industry professionals focused on delivering the Tellurian strategy:
- Secure low-cost natural gas
- Design and construct low-cost liquefaction
- Deliver reliable and flexible lng to a portfolio of global customers
- Operate our business safely, efficiently and reliably
Led by Meg Gentle
Chief Executive Officer
Meg is the most experienced LNG CEO today, having dedicated over 23 years to the business. Skilled in finance, she raised $250 million in funding for Cheniere, and $25 billion of financing for Sabine Pass setting in motion the first LNG exports from the Lower 48.
Our core areas of business
Led by Keith Teague, the Tellurian cornerstone project is Driftwood LNG, a proposed ~27.6 mtpa liquefaction export facility that will be located near Lake Charles, Louisiana. Driftwood is shovel ready having secured all necessary permits for construction and operation, and has a $15.5 billion lump-sum turn key engineering, procurement and construction contract with Bechtel that guarantees cost, performance and schedule.
EVP and Chief Operating Officer
Keith previously oversaw the design and permitting of over 40 mtpa of liquefaction capacity in Louisiana and Texas, the delivery of the Creole Trail Pipeline, and the first two trains at Sabine Pass ahead of schedule, on budget and at a very low cost.
Amos Hochstein leads the LNG Marketing team who have put together the Driftwood Holdings LLC partnership, and who will sell the 13.6 mtpa LNG volumes from Driftwood LNG.
EVP of LNG Marketing
As a former energy diplomat, Amos oversaw global energy foreign policy engagement for the United States, and advised the Secretary of State and Vice President on all energy matters.
Tellurian aims to build a premier LNG trading organization and will market its own retained volumes from the Driftwood Terminal on flexible terms, based on customer needs. Tarek Souki leads this team.
EVP of LNG Trading and President of Tellurian Trading UK
Tarek previously oversaw the buildout of Cheniere’s middle and back office functions for the trading group.
Tellurian has proposed over 1,000 miles and $7 billion in pipeline infrastructure that will create 15,000 construction and operating jobs in the U.S. The Tellurian Pipeline Network is led by Joey Mahmoud.
President Tellurian Pipelines, SVP Pipeline Development
With over 25 years in the energy industry, Joey has focused on developing US energy infrastructure, including $12 billion multi-state regulated projects.
With current assets in the Haynesville, our upstream team is led by John Howie, and has a strategy to procure 15 tcf of natural gas.
EVP of Upstream and President of Tellurian Production Company
John has over 30 years of experience managing and investing in upstream energy assets. He leads a team of ~30 professionals with over 300 years of combined unconventional shale experience