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Tuesday, April 7, 2020 

French gas containment company GTT says that Eric Dehouck is joining the company as deputy CEO, to strengthen the executive team in supporting the acceleration of the company’s development and to assist Chairman and CEO Philippe Berterottière.

Dehouck brings experience in management, international business development, and as an investor in technology and service companies. He is a graduate from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Métiers and from HEC-Entrepreneurs, and a national auditor. His previous experience includes water treatment technologies, more specifically membrane area. Following the position of VP and Head of Research and Innovation, Suez Group, Dehouck founded his investment company, Pachyderme, and in 2019 joined the French General Secretariat for Investment (SGPI) assisting the Prime Minister as Director of Industry and Services programme.

Berterottière said: “We are glad to welcome Eric in our executive team. Eric is an entrepreneur, an investor and an Executive of international companies. His recognised expertise and extensive experience will enrich and strengthen our capabilities and ambitions to face the challenges of the LNG shipping market and LNG as a marine fuel. He will also have a leading role in the evolution of GTT's research and innovation strategy.”

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