About James Reddinger
Mr. Reddinger is an experienced LNG and financial executive who has been in senior leadership positions with Stabilis Solutions since co-founding the company in 2013. Mr. Reddinger has served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Stabilis Energy since 2018.
Mr. Reddinger served as the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Stabilis Energy from 2013 to 2018, where he led all sales, operations, and financial functions for the company. During this time, Stabilis completed the construction of its first liquefier (George West, TX), acquired Encana corporation’s domestic small-scale LNG business, completed and then exited a joint venture with Flint Hills Resources, and acquired Prometheus Energy.
Prior to these roles, Mr. Reddinger was a senior investment banker at UBS and Credit Suisse where provided transaction advice and support to C-level executives and Boards of Directors. This experience included capital raising (equity, debt and hybrid securities) and mergers and acquisitions (buy-side, sell-side, and joint venture transaction execution) for public and private companies. Mr. Reddinger has also worked as a management consultant.
Mr. Reddinger received a BA from Harvard University and an MBA from Northwestern University’s J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
2021 Panelist Profile | Q&A with James
Have you attended The Energy Summit before? As a guest or panelist?
I HAVE NOT ATTENDED BEFORE - FIRST TIME.
What brings you back? – AND/OR - What are you looking forward to at this year’s Energy Summit (aside from your session)?
LOOKING FORWARD TO HEARING HOW OUR PEERS ARE MANAGING THEIR WAY IN THE ENERGY TRANSITION
What made you decide to join us at this 33rd Annual Energy Summit conference to participate on this panel, and how they are interpreted?
I WAS INVITED TO SPEAK ON A PANEL OF OUTSTANDING PEOPLE TO DISCUSS INVESTING IN NEW ENERGY - SOMETHING THAT IS CORE TO WHAT STABILIS DOES
Why do you think your panel topic is critical in the oil and natural gas industry at this time?
ALL COMPANIES IN THE ENERGY SECTOR NEED TO KNOW WHERE THEY STAND IN THE ENERGY TRANSITION AND HOW THEY WILL POSITION THEMSELVES TO COMPETE IN THIS NEW ENVIRONMENT
How would you recommend that someone stays current on these issues, if they are interested or want to know more?
I LIKE TO FOLLOW THOUGHT LEADERS ON LINKED IN - THEY POST INTERESTING MATERIALS FROM THEIR UNIQUE POINT OF VIEW
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