Name : William Cargo Company : Islandmagee Storage Limited Position :Non-executive director Role :Bill’s role will be to help to oversee the development of the company’s £250m gas storage facility deep below the seabed at Larne Lough Track record : Most recently executive director with Mutual Energy (previously NI Energy Holdings) before retiring, Bill, from Bangor, has been employed in the international gas industry for almost 30 years with companies including Phoenix Natural Gas, Nile Valley Gas and Premier Power.
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