Stabilis Energy Names VP of LNG Plant Construction
Stabilis Energy has hired Koby Knight as Vice President of Liquefied Natural Gas Plant Construction and New Market Development.
Knight will be responsible for the construction of Stabilis’ LNG production facilities, including the facility currently under construction in George West, TX, and for developing new business opportunities in off road natural gas fuel end markets.
“Stabilis is proud to have Koby join our team,” said Casey Crenshaw, President and CEO of Stabilis Energy. “He is a leader in the LNG sector and his expertise in plant construction and operations, as well as developing new markets for natural gas fuel, make him a great addition to the Stabilis team.”
Knight comes to Stabilis from Clean Energy Fuels where he was responsible for LNG Production. He has 17 years experience in the design, construction, installation, and operation of LNG and compressed natural gas (CNG) production facilities and fueling stations. Mr. Knight managed the construction of Clean Energy’s Boron liquefaction plant and led operations of both the Boron and Pickens LNG production facilities. He has also supervised the construction of over 30 natural gas fueling stations, managed the installation of two Dallas Area Rapid Transit LNG facilities, and led the installation of several high volume CNG stations. Mr. Knight holds a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from Columbia University and served on active duty in the US Navy for 9 years.
LNG World News Staff, January 16, 2014