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Kenneth D. Lambert
President and CEO

Kenneth Lambert has 32 years of diversified experience in various heavy industrial industries including IPP power generation, power transmission, petro-chemical production, ethylene refinery, marine port facilities, cross-country pipelines, and infrastructure facilities. His career progression includes a diversified range of assignments that includes his current assignment as Site Manager for the EG LNG Train 1 LNG Terminal in Equatorial Guinea. Prior to this assignment, he held the position of Senior Vice President and Project Director for the Enron sponsored Dabhol Power Project in India. Prior to that Kenneth has served as Division Vice President of Construction, Division Manager; Power and Cogeneration, Development Manager, Joint Venture Project Manager, Manager of Proposals& Project Controls, Manager of Estimating, piping designer and field piping superintendent.
Equatorial Guinea LNG Operations S.A, Equatorial Guinea [August 2003 – Present]
Site Manager: 3.72 MMT LNG gasification project located on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea, West Africa.
  • Successfully recruited Owners Construction Management team through direct personal contacts.
  • Responsible for:
    • Negotiating land acquisition of project site
    • Selection and negotiation of construction aggregate quarry facility
    • Establishing and maintaining initial interface with relevant EG Government agencies including, Ministry of Mines, Minerals, Industry and Energy, Customs, Immigration and National Security.
  • The project is currently within the approved budget and approximately five months ahead of schedule.
  • The Project has achieved several safety milestones, the most recent and significant being 4 million work-hours without a Lost Time Incident. This is the first time this has been achieved in Equatorial Guinea and within the Marathon Oil Major Projects Business Unit.

Enron International, Dabhol India [August, 1998 – February, 2003]
Nov, 2000 to February, 2003: Senior Vice President and Energy Complex Manager
  • As ECM he was responsible for all site activities, including operations and maintenance of the 740 Mw Phase-I power station and the engineering, procurement and construction of the Phase-II power expansion and LNG Project.
  • In this position Kenneth had full responsibility for asset management, staffing and contract management.
  • In addition he had responsibility for local community relations and government affairs that affect the Energy Complex. The O&M staff, including security and fire protection services totaled approximately 1200 people.
August 1998 to Nov 2000: Vice President and Project Director for Phase-II of the Dabhol Power Project
  • The project included the addition of 1440 Mw of additional generation plus a 5 million metric ton per year LNG Regasification Facility including 3 double wall integrity storage tanks each capable of storing 160,000 cubic meters of LNG, and attending marine facilities including a 2,300-meter long breakwater and an 1800-meter long LNG fuel jetty.
  • The total cost of the Phase-II project was approximately 2 Billion USD.
  • At the peak of construction the project employed a local labor force of 15,000 men, plus a contractors staff of approximately 2,000 locals and expatriates.
  • The project occupied a site of nearly 1800 acres. In addition the project included a quarry operation where over 5 million metric tons of rock was extracted and transported by barge to the offshore breakwater structure. The marine fleet required to construct the LNG fuel jetty, and offshore breakwater structure totaled 72 vessels at the peak of the marine works.
CEA-Asia, Inc., Bangkok Thailand [9/96-8/98]
Director of Projects, Southeast Asia
International Power Services, Inc, (IPS), Birmingham, AL. [6/94-9/96]
Established IPS in 1994 to provide project development and project management consulting services to IPP development clients:
Community Energy Alternatives, Inc
Sea West Energy Corporation (SWEC), San Diego, CA.
BE&K, Inc, Birmingham, Al. [10/91-6/94]
Project Development Manager, Power & Cogeneration
Bonneville Pacific Corporation (BPCO), Salt Lake City, UT,[5/91-10-91]
Vice President of Construction
Harbert International, Inc, Birmingham, AL.[4/85-5-91]
Group Vice President: Industrial Construction
Division Manager: Power and Cogeneration
Joint Venture Manager, Tracy Biomass Project, Tracy, CA.
Joint Venture Manager, Bridgewater Biomass Project, Bridgewater, NH.
Manager of Proposals and Project Controls
Brown & Root, Inc, Houston, TX. [9/78-4/85]
Manager of Estimating
C-E Lummus, Corporation, Houston, TX [8/74-9/78]
Area Piping Superintendent
Piping Designer
  • B S Construction Technology, Louisiana State University 1974
  • Effective Construction Management, SMU, 1975
  • Construction Industry Institute, Construction Executive Program, Texas A&M University 1990
  • Construction Industry Institute, Project Management Short Course, Arizona State University, 1993


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