CEO and Chairman of SCT&E LNG, Greg Michaels, attended a private roundtable session in Houston, Texas, centered on the State of Louisiana's energy projects. The Louisiana Capital Projects Roundtable event was hosted by Environmental Resources Management (ERM) and the panel featured Louisiana Lieutenant Governor, Jay Dardenne.
During the roundtable session with high level stakeholders in attendance, Mr. Michaels spoke about the status of his $9.25 billion LNG project on Monkey Island and described the direction to which the LNG project is headed. Michaels reiterated his satisfaction with previous Louisiana stakeholder meetings and elaborated on the outstanding level of enthusiasm for the project from both residents and local officials in Cameron Parish.
Other LNG leaders in attendance included Cheniere Energy, Inc., whose Sabine Pass facility represents the first LNG Manufacturing Export Terminal to receive Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approval. Michaels is extremely optimistic about his large-scale LNG project and is encouraged by its forward progress.
While in Houston, Michaels also interviewed high-level LNG industry executives for leadership positions for the liquefaction project in Cameron Parish, Louisiana. Michaels confirmed, "We are one step closer to bringing very powerful team leaders into the organization."
From left to right: Greg Michaels, Chairman SCT&E LNG, Jay Dardenne, State of Louisiana Lieutenant Governor, Kristine Michaels, CFO SCT&E, Patrick Moore, Partner ERM
About SCT&E LNG:
SCT&E LNG, LLC, a subsidiary of Southern California Telephone & Energy (SCT&E), is in the early stages of developing a large-scale LNG facility on Monkey Island, in Cameron Parish, Louisiana. SCT&E and its parent company, Southern California Telephone Company, includes its subsidiary North Energy Central whose principals have built over $5 billion in power generation projects worldwide. Originally founded in 1994 by CEO Greg Michaels, the company is a vertically integrated Telephone, Energy, and Power Generation Corporation, offering Telecommunication Services as well as Energy Services, including renewable energy and energy efficiency solutions, thus blending the world of utility mediums.
The company has multiple locations, with its corporate office headquartered in Temecula, California. SCT&E owns and operates a redundant telecommunications network and maintains facilities on both coasts of the United States. The company is also an authorized Electric Service Provider (ESP) and has a U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Authority allowing the company to buy and sell energy nationwide in both the wholesale and retail markets.
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Assistant to Greg Michaels
Southern California Telephone & Energy
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