Keeping the 
world moving.

Our purpose

To lead the way in the transfer of energy, to power life and keep the world in motion.

Our values

Our four values are our guiding principles supporting us to work together as a team to deliver our purpose.

They shape who we are as a company and provide us with a measure for success. We look to these values for guidance in moments of pressure, challenge and decision-making.

We are all accountable to each of these values. These are the behaviours that we expect everyone to live up to and demonstrate at Seapeak.

Put simply, these are what we value most in our people.  

Lead the Way

We are empowered to each play a part in steering our business to thrive.

Drive Change

We are dynamic in the way we do business, seizing opportunity to build a sustainable future.

Commit to Safety

We are courageous in our conversations and approach to safety. There is no compromise.

Respect for All

We are inclusive and diverse; understanding of everyone's needs.

Our History

Seapeak is the rebranded evolution of Teekay LNG Partners, following acquisition by investment funds of Stonepeak, in early 2022.

As Seapeak, we are a global leader in international maritime transportation of gas liquids, with a fleet of 90 vessels and a regasification terminal. We have an international network of offices and employ approximately 2,500 shore and sea staff from around the world.

With our high-quality management team and strong, strategic customer relationships, we are well positioned to be a leader in the global energy transition.

The diagram below shows a brief history of how we have built our business over the years.

Seapeak history timeline

ESG and Sustainability

Sustainability is at the core of what we do and our culture, values and policies create a strong foundation for the journey ahead as we continue to drive change. We are committed to investment in a sustainable future, increasing the efficiency of our existing fleet and working with industry to develop innovative, new vessel designs to reduce environmental impacts.


Mark Kremin
CEO and Director
Scott Gayton
Andres Luna
VP, Commercial
Chris McDade
VP, Operations
Nathan Kim
General Counsel

Board of Directors

James is a Senior Managing Director with Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners responsible for the firm’s investments in transportation, logistics and LNG. James presently sits on the boards of Textainer, Venture Global Calcasieu Pass, Lineage Logistics, TRAC Intermodal, Lonestar Holdings, and Oregon Trail Ventures, and formerly sat on the boards of Carlsbad Desalination Project, Tidewater Holdings, and Golar Power Ltd. Prior to joining Stonepeak, James was a member of Credit Suisse’s global energy group, where he focused on the power and renewables sectors.

Mark was appointed as President and CEO of Teekay LNG Partners L.P. (NYSE: TGP)  in 2017. He had previously been appointed as President of Teekay LNG in 2015, having acted as its Vice President since 2006. Mr. Kremin joined Teekay Corporation as in-house counsel in 2000, and subsequently held various commercial roles within Teekay. Mr. Kremin has over 20 years’ experience in shipping. Prior to joining Teekay, he was an attorney in an admiralty law firm in Manhattan. Prior to attending law school in New York City, he worked for a leading owner and operator of container ships.

Hajir is a Senior Managing Director with Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners responsible for the firm’s investments and operations in APAC and is a member of the Stonepeak Executive Committee. Prior to Stonepeak, Hajir was at Macquarie Capital for nineteen years. Hajir started in Sydney in 1999 and moved to Korea in 2000, as a founding member of the team which established Macquarie’s first infrastructure funds management business in Asia. Hajir played a leading role in 12 of the first 14 investments made by the Macquarie Korean Infrastructure Fund (then called KRIF – Korea Road Infrastructure Fund) between 2002 and 2005. Hajir has played numerous roles across Asia and the Middle East in Macquarie’s infrastructure business. Most recently, prior to joining Stonepeak, Hajir was Head of Macquarie Capital in Asia and the Middle East. In this role, he led and established Macquarie Capital’s renewable energy investing business in the region.

Ben is a Vice President with Stonepeak. Before joining Stonepeak, Ben was an analyst at Greenhill where he focused on M&A and restructuring advisory within the energy industry.

Barry Curtis recently retired after twenty three years as a Deloitte partner. Barry served as the Firm’s National Managing Partner - Private Equity for twelve years, and Chief Risk Officer for M&A and member of the broader Firm’s Operating Risk Committee for six years. He also has extensive experience in global M&A, having worked with leading private equity firms and corporations on their buy and sell side transactions, as well as on portfolio company financial reporting, audit and risk management matters.

Prior to joining Deloitte, Barry spent four years as Chief Financial Officer of two privately held businesses, as well as having served as a board member and audit committee chair for Ernst Home Centers, a then publicly traded NYSE business. He began his career and spent ten years at PWC, the last three as an audit partner and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Lisa Krueger serves as a Director, Chair of the Conflicts Committee and member of the Audit Committee of Seapeak LLC. In addition, Ms. Krueger is a Managing Director at Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) where she serves as a Director for Skyborn Renewables and is on the Investment Committee and Chairs the ESG Committee. Ms. Krueger has 35 years of diverse experience in the energy industry and served as a member of the board of directors of Fluence Energy Inc. from September 2021 to September 2022. Ms. Krueger previously served as Executive Vice President and President of The AES Corporation and President and CEO of Essential Power LLC. Prior to joining Essential Power LLC, Ms. Krueger was a senior officer at First Solar and held several executive-level positions with Dynegy Inc. and Illinois Power Company.

Governance, Financial and Tax Information

We are committed to good corporate governance as a key to maintaining the trust of our investors. Although Seapeak LLC is a foreign private issuer, the Company has voluntarily chosen to comply in all material respects with the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) domestic corporate governance listing standards.