Chester LNG, LLC Appoints New Director of LNG Solutions

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PITTSBURGH, PA – Friday, January 9, 2015 – Chester LNG, LLC ( is proud to announce that Dr. Neville A. Tomlinson has joined the firm to lead the development of various liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects, including gas liquefaction and the storage, transportation, and vaporization of LNG. With over 24 years of industry experience, Dr. Neville is a subject matter expert (SME) in applied mechanics and has successfully managed projects involving feasibility studies, fabrication, and systems design.

Robert O. Agbede, President and CEO of Chester LNG, LLC said, “We are very excited to welcome Dr. Neville to the Chester LNG team. Appointing him to the role of Director of LNG Solutions is a testament to our commitment to become the leading manufacturer of LNG production, storage, and distribution equipment that strategically targets the needs of our domestic and international customers. As both a SME in liquefied natural gas and a seasoned project manager, Dr. Neville will enable Chester to deliver superior equipment and services for clients looking to harness the power of LNG.”

“As global demand for energy increases, the need for cleaner more environmentally friendly fuels continues to demand the attention of governments, scientists, engineers, and operators all over the world,” said Dr. Tomlinson. “LNG, while hardly a new fuel, is currently enjoying center stage attention as the most viable alternative fuel to traditional fuels now known to be severely impacting climate changes. Asserting its position as a major contributor to the developments in LNG, Chester LNG is strategically positioned to deliver LNG equipment aimed at providing scalable energy solutions to a broad range of clients. The seriousness of our commitment to delivering quality LNG equipment is evidenced by our guarantee of client satisfaction and our considered obligation to participate in preserving the delicate ecosystem of the world for which there is no spare.”

Most recently, Dr. Tomlinson served as Consultant/SME Mechanical Engineer for Jackson and Tull, and as an LNG Consultant to Dresser-Rand where he provided engineering expertise for the design, development, and installation of natural gas systems and equipment. Dr. Tomlinson holds both a bachelor's of science and a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Howard University in Washington D.C. Additionally, he holds a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering with a specialization in applied mechanics, also from Howard University.