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Shell’s Prelude FLNG project exec, Rob Jager, to depart

Shell’s Prelude FLNG project exec, Rob Jager, to depart

The Shell executive tasked with delivering its $US12bn ($17.5bn)-plus Prelude floating LNG project is set to quit the energy giant.

Jager did not last long…

It was only in December 2018 that his arrival was announced

“Shell Australia, a unit of the Hague-based LNG giant Shell, recently welcomed Rob Jager to Perth as the new vice president for the massive Prelude FLNG project.”

Jager moved to Perth from New Zealand, where he was the Country Chair & VP for Shell New Zealand / Shell Taranaki for more than 13 years.


“It’s like an offshore platform, and a bunch of pipelines, and an onshore LNG plant, and a storage facility, and utilities, and a hotel for 300 people, and a port, and all of that on a floating facility,” Shell vice president for Prelude Rob Jager told The West Australian in 2019. “Its individual parts in and of themselves are not hugely complex but putting it all together in a confined space is what makes it challenging,” Jager said.

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