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Tellurian, Inc. engages in the production of natural gas and investing in natural gas projects. The company is headquartered in Houston, Texas and currently employs 171 full-time employees. The firm is engaged in developing and operating a portfolio of natural gas, liquefied natural gas (LNG) marketing, and infrastructure assets that includes an LNG terminal facility (the Driftwood terminal), an associated pipeline, other related pipelines, and upstream natural gas assets. The firm's segments include Upstream segment, Midstream segment, Marketing & Trading segment. The Upstream segment is organized and operates to produce, gather, and deliver natural gas and to acquire and develop natural gas assets. The Midstream segment is organized to develop, construct, and operate LNG terminals and pipelines. The Marketing & Trading segment is organized and operates to purchase and sell natural gas produced primarily by the Upstream segment, market the Driftwood terminal’s LNG production capacity and trade LNG.
1201 Louisiana St Ste 3100
Houston TEXAS 77002
CEO: Octavio M.C. Simes
Tellurian appoints Martin Houston as chairman, with co-founder Charif Souki stepping down from executive and managerial positions.
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