Farid Bogani is vice president of Engineering & Construction for Sempra LNG & Midstream. He is responsible for the engineering and construction efforts in support of the development and execution of the Cameron LNG liquefaction project.
Bogani has more than 30 years of global experience in LNG project development, project management, liquefaction projects, plant
management, operations, commissioning, start-up, plant design and technology, joint venture set-up and new business development in offshore and onshore integrated projects.
He has significant hands-on plant and site-specific expertise having been involved in 4 mega (US $10 billion+) world-class LNG facilities in the Far East, Australia and Africa. These included senior leadership assignments with Woodside Energy Ltd. for Pluto LNG in Australia, Shell Gas and Power / Shell Global Solutions for Persian LNG in Dubai and Netherlands, as well as engineering and operations leadership roles for Nigeria LNG in Bonny Island, Nigeria.
Bogani holds a bachelor’s degree with Class 1 Honors in chemical engineering from the University of Leeds, England.
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Sempra Energy was created in 1998 by a merger of parent companies of two long established, and highly respected, investor-owned utilities with rich histories dating back more than a century. Sempra Energy was founded to capitalize on new opportunities in competitive energy markets. The company’s ongoing focus is to enhance shareholder value and meet customer needs by sustaining the financial strength, operational flexibility and skilled workforce needed to succeed in rapidly changing market conditions. Sempra Energy is a Fortune 500 energy services company, based in San Diego, Calif., that combines deep industry expertise with rigorous risk management to deliver superior shareholder returns. In 2014, Sempra Energy produced revenues of approximately $11 billion.