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Connecting with Industry

February 17, 2020 | McNeese Public Relations
Stevie Trahan, manager, external relations, Cameron LNG; Dr. Jeremy T. Mathis, director of the Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology at the National Academies of Sciences; Dr. John Griffith, professor of Engineering; and Dr. Tim Hall, dean of the College of Science Engineering and Mathematics.
Stevie Trahan, manager, external relations, Cameron LNG; Dr. Jeremy T. Mathis, director of the Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology at the National Academies of Sciences; Dr. John Griffith, professor of Engineering; and Dr. Tim Hall, dean of the College of Science Engineering and Mathematics.

Understanding the emerging demands of industry is important to the faculty in the College of Science, Engineering and Mathematics. Recently, Cameron LNG hosted McNeese representatives and provided a tour of the multi-billion dollar facility.

Cameron LNG, located just south of Lake Charles, was developed to meet the growing demand for energy around the world with three liquefaction trains to safely process and load LNG supplies onto ships.