Pavilion Energy, a liquefied natural gas subsidiary of Singapore’s state-owned investment company, is set to move tomorrow to a new office in the country’s business center.
The company is relocating to the 26th floor of Marina Bay Financial Center Tower 3 to be closer to the LNG and financial communities in Singapore, it said in an e-mailed statement. Pavilion Energy plans to hire more staff as its business grows, according to the company.
Temasek Holdings Pte, Singapore’s investment company, set up Pavilion Energy in April to tap growing demand for liquefied natural gas in Asia.
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