Billionaire activist Carl Icahn applauded Cheniere Energy's (LNG) appointment of Jack Fusco, as the Houston-based natural gas exporter's new CEO via Twitter Thursday.
Shares of Cheniere jumped more than 6% on the day, off the news, cushioning its decline on the year to just 6.5%. Fusco is set to replace Neal Shear at the helm.
"Jack has spent over 30 years in the energy industry and has significant experience leading companies with large-scale, asset-intensive portfolios and implementing corporate strategies focused on capital allocation, strategic developments and optimizing shareholder value," Cheniere's chairman, Andrea Botta, said in a statement. "This experience will translate well as we make our transition into one of the top global liquid-natural-gas companies with a platform substantially underpinned with long-term sale and purchase agreements."
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