A U.S. company led by former U.S. mariners and servicemembers, Seapath is dedicated to sustainably advancing America’s infrastructure through innovative projects and solutions in the areas of maritime connectivity, industrial technologies, port real-estate, Jones Act vessels, and broader maritime needs.
Through trusted partnerships with local communities, government agencies, and private industry, we are investing in America’s critical infrastructure and economic resiliency that supports stability, safety and prosperity. Seapath is a proud subsidiary of Libra Group, a private U.S.-headquartered business group with 45 years of maritime heritage.
Created to be a leading U.S. maritime infrastructure company and project developer, Seapath is driven by the following strategic imperatives:
Strengthen the U.S. economy and its industrial competitiveness
Collaborate with all stakeholders, including the local community, government agencies, and private industry
Demonstrate continued operational excellence to drive results and unlock value
Advance innovative solutions through our unique capabilities and leveraging the insights and scale of Libra Group’s global ecosystem
Seapath is focused on two interconnected investment pillars that guide our growth strategy. Our capabilities allow us to bring unique synergies to these projects to unlock potential and drive value.
Jones Act Vessels
We work with trusted partners, from the local community to government agencies and our partners in private industry, to advance our nation’s maritime infrastructure and economic resiliency to support a vibrant future for the United States economy.
Seapath formed a joint venture with Pilot, a leading Houston-based clean energy solutions company, to develop, construct, and operate the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering facility in the U.S. Gulf Coast. The new facility will provide fuel for LNG-powered vessels in the greater Houston, Texas area. The project, which will be developed with an initial investment of approximately $150 million, meets the needs of a vital global and U.S. trade corridor.
Galveston LNG Bunker Port — a join venture between Seapath Group and Pilot LNG, LLC — has announced the site for a proposed LNG bunkering facility to provide clean fuel to the maritime industry in the greater Galveston Bay area.
Our team of operating and investment maritime professionals has the functional expertise to identify the potential of marine industrial businesses. We provide direct investment and access to strategic resources, collaborating with our business partners to create long-term value.
Joshua Lubarsky is the President of Seapath Group. With over 26 years of specialty in risk management, he is an experienced manager of people and programs in the military, federal government, and commercial business. A Colonel in the US Army Reserves, he has also served on active duty and in the National Guard. As a civilian in the federal government, he ensured the success of complex national programs. Joshua graduated from the US Military Academy, holds an MBA from George Washington University, and has earned a Masters of Strategic Studies from the US Army War College.
Executive Vice President, Seapath
Peter Neave is an Executive Vice President of Seapath. Peter brings over thirty years of experience in maritime project development, investment advisory, and tanker consulting. He previously held various positions at brokerage firms Seakbrokers and Charles R. Weber, as well as senior management roles at Atlas Holdings Ltd (HK). In those roles, Peter lived for many years in London and Singapore, where he broadened his global financial network in the maritime and transportation industries. Most recently, in 2013, Peter formed an advisory group with McQuilling Partners for marine business development and special projects and, since 2019, has developed an extensive network and expertise in the burgeoning U.S. offshore wind industry. Peter attended Westminster School. He has a bachelor’s degree in Arts from Hartwick College.
Executive Vice President, Seapath
Benson Peretti is an Executive Vice President of Seapath. Prior to Seapath, he spent over 11 years as a senior executive in a leading ship registry where he oversaw commercial, strategy, and operations, as well as international expansion. To start his career, Benson sailed aboard containerships, rising to the rank of Chief Mate. He has also served as an officer in the United States Navy, attaining the rank of Lieutenant Commander. Benson is a United States Merchant Marine Academy graduate and has an MBA from the National University of Singapore and the University of California at Los Angeles.
Chief Executive Officer, Lomar Shipping
Nicholas Georgiou is the CEO of Lomar Shipping. He began his career in shipping with Golden Union Shipping of Piraeus, Greece in 1995. During his 15 years at Golden Union, a specialist in dry bulk carriers, he gained experience in every aspect of ship ownership and management: chartering, operations, disbursements and ship agency activities. One of his notable achievements was implementing the International Safety Management (ISM) Code across the company. He received his degree from UCL in London.
Based in Miami, Adamantios Tomazos is Senior Executive Board Member of Libra Group where he has a key role in the investment management activities of the group. Following an MBA from Imperial College, University of London, Adam embarked on a 10 year career in international banking focusing on shipping finance, latterly with DNB, where he worked as an Associate Director in the London, New York and Piraeus offices of the bank before joining Libra Group. Adam has been a lead negotiator on many of Libra Group’s strategic investments and was a founding director of Lease Corporation International, spearheading the rapid growth of its fleet of aircraft.