Aberdeen-headquartered infrastructure operator Kellas Midstream has appointed Nathan Morgan as its CEO with effect from next month. He has spent the last 17 years at the French energy major TotalEnergies.
He will take over from Andy Hessell, who will retire at the end of January after 35 years in the energy industry and eight years with Kellas, the company said in a January 10 announcement.
Nathan said: “Kellas has been critical to the development of the UK North Sea and is positioned to play an equally significant role in its future.”
Andy said he was leaving the company in a strong position, with three major gas transportation assets and ready to face the future of new energies such as hydrogen production.
Kellas is owned by two long-term investors, BlackRock and GIC, who are “both deeply committed to the company’s continued growth.”