Number of years working in the gas/LNG industry
31 in the gas industry, including 24 in the LNG industry.
Number of LNG X events attended
The input that I want to make to the conference’s programme
In an energy world undergoing profound transformation, I wish to share my experience as an LNG terminal operator, in the areas of safety, resilience of our facilities to climate change and in the transformation of our LNG sites towards a decarbonised world.
What do I expect from LNG2023?
I expect the LNG2023 conference to be a place to exchange best practices and technologies to lead the LNG industry towards a decarbonised world and to contribute to the fight against climate change.
Mr Denoux joined Gaz de France in 1991 in the R&D Division.
After 7 years as a research engineer in the field of safety of gas transmission facilities, he joined the LNG Technical Department of Gaz de France. Mr Denoux has worked on safety assessments of receiving terminals, on the conceptual design and basic engineering of LNG projects.
He was particularly involved in the design and the permitting process of the new French Terminal Fos Cavaou.
He has spent 4 years in Canada, as Director of Safety, Environment and Engineering of the Rabaska LNG project. When he returned to France, Mr Denoux was the head of the HSE Department of Elengy.
Mr Denoux is now head of LNG technical department of Elengy, in charge of both the 3 LNG terminals operated by Elengy and international development projects.