GasLog Partners is moving its headquarters from Monaco to Greece, prompting GasLog Partners CEO Andy Orekar to step down. He will be replaced by current GasLog CEO Paul Wogan from September 16.
Michael Gialouris, Pamela Gibson, and Peter Livanos will also step down as directors of the Partnership. As part of the shake-up, Julian Metherell, a director of GasLog, and Wogan have been appointed to the board, which will be have five rather than seven directors.
Peter Livanos, chairman of GasLog, said: “The growth of the Group’s fleet to 35 vessels today simply would not have been possible without the significant equity capital raised by GasLog Partners, all achieved under the exceptional leadership of Andy as the Partnership’s CEO. I wish him well and continued success in his future endeavours.”
Andy Orekar said, “Leading GasLog Partners as CEO from its initial public offering and helping grow the Partnership from three to 15 LNG carriers has been an extraordinary honor. It has been immensely rewarding to support GasLog’s growth into what today is the leading independent LNG shipping company with an outstanding management team. I want to thank Curt and Peter for their inspiration and trust, and I wish Paul continued success in his expanded role.”
PHOTO: Expanded role for Paul Wogan