Joseph Sigelman

Chairman & CEO, AG&P Group

Mr. Sigelman runs the AG&P Group, which focuses on downstream LNG import and distribution and also includes a major engineering and construction business. In India, AG&P is operating and developing a city gas utility that covers roughly 8% of the country, building and running Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations, LNG delivery to industrial customers and piped natural gas to households. In the Philippines, AG&P is developing an LNG import terminal, which AG&P is also designing and constructing. Further, AG&P controls Gas Entec, a global leader in LNG technology and engineering.

AG&P Construction is the largest structural, mechanical and electrical contractor in the Philippines, working on site across the country as well as sending final modules around the world from its massive fabrication and assembly yard in Batangas.  AG&P Construction increasingly serves projects relating to transitional fuels and decarbonizing endeavors.  AG&P Construction typically employs several thousand people, most in the Philippines.

Joe started his career with Lazard Frères & Co. in New York in investment banking and later worked in private equity with Goldman Sachs in London before starting his first business called OfficeTiger with a partner.  OfficeTiger, one of the first BPOs, grew to several thousand employees across multiple countries before being sold to RR Donnelley for $250 million.

Joe graduated with honors from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and received his MBA from The Harvard Business School.  He was a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, a Businessweek Star of Asia and Asia CEO Expat Executive of the Year.  Joe is a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations.