Executive Committee

By ENGIE - 08 January 2020 - 16:51

ENGIE’s Executive Committee consists of 14 members, including five women. Its mission is to manage the Group’s transformation in the context of the far-reaching changes affecting the energy sector. Its members are responsible for the Group’s operational and functional divisions and the principal geographical zones in which ENGIE operates. They examine issues and decisions relating to the Group’s strategy, development, organization and performance in serving its customers.

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Since 2016, ENGIE’s Executive Committee has been chaired by Isabelle Kocher, CEO of ENGIE. Highly active on the ground, working in close proximity to the 23 Business Units, the 14 members analyze ENGIE’s long-term strategy and outlook while ensuring that it meets its short-term targets.

The ENGIE Executive Committee team

 

Each of the men and women who make up ENGIE’s Executive Committee has had a singular career path. They have recognized competencies in their respective fields, and what they also have in common is sound knowledge of management, vast international experience and an entrepreneurial spirit. They are all driven by a profound belief in the future of the world of energy and the crucial role that ENGIE must play in the energy revolution.

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Isabelle Kocher, CEO

 

Isabelle Kocher joined the Group in 2002, and took over the leadership of ENGIE in 2016. She is the only female CEO of a CAC40 company, and also one of the youngest. Her ambition is to make ENGIE the leader of the energy revolution.

 

Nationality

  • French
  • Born December 9, 1966

 

Education

  • Isabelle Kocher is a graduate from Ecole Normale Supérieure, she holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Physics.
  • Isabelle Kocher is a graduate from the Corps des Mines Engineering School.

 

Professional career

  • 2016: Chief Executive Officer of ENGIE.
  • 2014 : Chief Operating Officer of ENGIE.
  • 2011: Executive Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer of GDF SUEZ.
  • 2007: Chief Operating Officer of Lyonnaise des Eaux (subsidiary of Suez Environnement) before becoming Managing Director of Lyonnaise des Eaux, as well as Executive Vice President in charge of the development of water activities in Europe within Suez Environnement.
  • 2005: Senior Vice President in charge of Performance and Organization programs of SUEZ.
  • 2002: Strategic and development department of SUEZ.
  • 1999: Industrial Affairs Advisor to the Prime Minister of France.
  • 1997: Manager of the postal and telecommunication budgets, followed by the defense budget at the French Budget Department.
  • 1992 : Mergers and acquisitions Department of the Compagnie Financière de Rothschild before becoming Director of the industrial inspection department at the Ile-de-France regional department of industry, research and environment division.
  • 1991-1997: Project Manager for the reorganisation of production workshops within the Société Européenne de Propulsion.

 

Other memberships and offices held

  • President of Electrabel (Belgique)**.
  • Director of ENGIE, SUEZ*, ENGIE Corporate Foundation (France)**.

 

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Paulo Almirante is Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. He is also supervising Brazil, NECST (North, South and Eastern Europe Business Units), and MESCAT (Middle East, South and Central Asia and Turkey) Business Units.

 

With over 20 years’ experience in the energy field, Paulo Almirante has recognized expertise in electricity generation. He is responsible for transforming ENGIE's power plants in Europe to make them flexible and profitable industrial tools. He is also developing the Group’s businesses in Brazil and the Middle East.

 

Nationality

  • Portuguese
  • Born on August 24, 1964

 

Education

  • MSc in Mechanical Engineering from IST – Technical University of Lisbon.
  • Diploma in Management Studies from the Catholic University of Lisbon.
  • Global Leadership Development Program at London Business School.

 

Professional career

  • 2016: Executive Vice-President of ENGIE in charge of Brazil-Middle East, South and Central Asia-Turkey, North-South-Eastern Europe and Generation Europe Business Units.
  • 2013-2016: President of Energy Europe Portugal and the CEO of Trustenergy.
  • 2005-2013: International Power Regional Director for Iberia.
  • 2000-2005: Director of several companies in Portugal and Spain.
  • 1991-2000: Various positions on the development, construction and operation of power generation facilities for EDP in Portugal followed by National Power in the UK.

 

Other memberships and offices held

  • Founder and Vice-President of the Portuguese Association of Electricity Industry.
  • Member of the Advisory Committee of the Portuguese Energy Regulator (ERSE).

 

 

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Gwenaëlle Avice-Huet, Executive Vice President, in charge of the Renewable and Hydrogen Business Units France, responsible for the Global Renewable Business Line and General Manager of the North America Business Unit

 

Gwenaelle Avice-Huet began her professional career in the General Secretariat for European Affairs, an office of the French Prime Minister, then in the office of the Minister for Ecology, Energy, Sustainable Development and Town and Country Planning. She joined the ENGIE Group in 2010 as Director of European Affairs, then Chief Executive Officer of the France Renewables BU. She brings a deep expertise in developing renewable energy in France, which has become the showcase for our renewable technology, especially wind onshore, solar, and new technologies (marine energies and green gas).

 

Nationality

  • French
  • Born on November 16, 1979

 

Education

  • 2007: Corps des Ponts et Chaussées, Paris
  • 2004: Master of advanced studies (DEA) in molecular chemistry, Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau
  • 2004: Ecole Normale Supérieure – Cachan
  • 2003: Agrégation degree in physics – chemistry

 

Professional career

  • 2019 : Executive Vice-President of ENGIE, in charge of the Renewable and Hydrogen Business Units France, responsible for the Renewable Global Business Line and CEO of the North America Business Unit
  • 2016: Chief Executive Officer France Renewable Energy
  • 2010 – 2015: Director of European Affairs, Director of Regulatory and Public Affairs of the ENGIE Group
  • 2008 – 2010: Technical Advisor to the Minister of European Affairs and then to the Minister of Sustainable Development
  • 2007 – 2008: Assistant to the Sector Head in charge of energy and industrial competitiveness issues, General Secretariat for European Affairs (French Prime Minister’s Office)

 

Other memberships and offices held

  • “Young Global Leader” of the World Economic Forum

 

 

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Olivier Biancarelli, Executive Vice President, CEO of Tractebel, in charge of the Global Business Line Customer Solutions and the supervision of ENGIE Impact

 

Olivier Biancarelli began his career in the service of the French State for more than 10 years. He was an advisor to the Minister of the Interior and then to the Head of French State. He joined the ENGIE Group in 2012 as Deputy Secretary General and created and headed the Shared Services Department. In 2015, he setup a new activity dedicated to decentralized solutions for cities and territories. Since May 2018, he has been Chief Executive Officer of Tractebel. He brings his intimate knowledge of consulting, client solutions and territories to the development of the Global Business Line Customer Solutions and ENGIE Impact, an internal structure dedicated to strengthening strategic exchanges with the decision-makers of our main customers.

 

Nationality

  • French
  • Born on January 16, 1971

 

Education

  • 2000: Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA) – Promotion Averroes
  • 1996: Degree from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques (IEP Paris)
  • 1993: Master in Public Law, Sorbonne

 

Professional career

  • 2019: Executive Vice-president of ENGIE, Chief Executive Officer of Tractebel, responsible for Global Business Line Customer Solutions and supervision of ENGIE Impact
  • 2018 – 2019: Chief Executive Officer of Tractebel Business Unit (Brussels)
  • 2016 – 2018: Director of Decentralized Solutions for Cities and Territories, a global business line dedicated to smart cities, green mobility and decentralized energy.
  • 2014 – 2015: Creation and Management of the ENGIE Group’s Shared Services Department
  • 2012 – 2014: Deputy Secretary General of the ENGIE Group – Director of the Group’s Internal Reorganization Project
  • 2007 – 2012: Advisor to the President of the French Republic
  • 2005 – 2007: Advisor to the Ministry of Interior and Spatial Planning
  • 2000 – 2005: Sous-Préfet – Aveyron / Martinique Region / Savoie

 

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Franck Bruel is Executive Vice President, supervising UK, LATAM (Latin America) and NORAM (US, Canada) Business Units.

 

Franck Bruel began his career at L’Oréal, before joining the Pinault Distribution group first, and the Samse group afterwards, where he held various positions in marketing and sales. In 2000, he entered Saint-Gobain, where he was successively appointed Paris Region President for Point P group, CEO of Dahl Group in Sweden in 2004, and CEO of Point P in 2006. He joined the family-owned group Sonepar (world leader of electrical material distribution) in 2010, as Chief Operating Officer, before being appointed in the position of Chief Executive Officer in 2013. Isabelle Kocher considers Franck Bruel’s extensive commercial and managerial experience to be a real asset in the implementation of the transformation plan and the development of ENGIE services’ business. Franck Bruel is the author of the book "Energy efficient, when less and better is more," (in French only) published on October 25, 2018, Débats Publics editions.

 

Nationality

  • French
  • Born on July 8, 1962

 

Education

  • Graduate of HEC Paris.

 

Professional career

  • 2016 : Executive Vice President of ENGIE with responsibility for the B2B France BU and of the Hydrogen Business Unit.
  • 2013-2016 : Chief Executive Officer of the SONEPAR Group.
  • 2010-2013 : Chief Operating Officer of the SONEPAR Group.
  • 2006-2010 : Chief Executive Officer, POINT P Group – Saint Gobain Group.
  • 2004-2006 : Chief Executive Officer, DAHL Group (Stockholm) – Saint Gobain Group.
  • 2000-2004 : Regional President of POINT P for the Paris region de Paris – Saint Gobain Group.
  • 1995-2000 : Sales Director of SAMSE (CRH Group) and member of the Executive Committee.
  • 1988-1995 : Director of regional subsidiaries, PINAULT DISTRIBUTION.
  • 1986-1988 : Marketing group manager, L’OREAL COIFFURE UK (London).

 

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Ana Busto, Executive Vice President, Brand & Communication

 

Ana Busto gained her solid experience inside service groups on operating globally, working in the Czech Republic, the Baltic countries and the Netherlands. She was head of communications at Sodexo, asserting its world leadership in quality-of-life services and its position as the No.1 French employer in the world. Ana joined ENGIE with the aim of ensuring that its still-recent brand advances the company’s transformation.

 

Nationality

  • Spanish
  • Born on November 25, 1970

 

Education

  • Graduate from the Institute for Translators and Interpreters (ISTI) in Belgium.
  • Master in Corporate Communications from the Rotterdam School of Management, Netherlands.

 

Professional career

  • 2016: Executive Vice-President of ENGIE, Chief Brand and Communication Officer.
  • 2012-2016: Sodexo Group Chief Brand and Communications Officer – Member of the Sodexo Executive Committee in 2014.
  • 2008-2012: Vice President, Internal Communication, Sodexo.
  • 2005-2008: Internal Communications Manager for the IT Consulting Services firm Steria.
  • 2000-2005: Communications Manager for the global law firm Clifford Chance, Netherlands.
  • 1998-2000: Consultant for the European Commission.
  • 1994-1998: Cultural officer for Belgium’s public service.

 

 

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Pierre Chareyre, Executive Vice President, supervising GEM (Global Energy Management), Generation Europe, B2C France and Benelux Business Units. He will also lead the Thermal Global Business Line

 

Pierre Chareyre joined the Group 29 years ago. He has spent most of his career switching between operational posts and various roles in the Finance Division in France, the United Kingdom and Belgium. He has reorganized ENGIE’s trading businesses. He is now bringing his proven experience of the commodities market and his vast knowledge of our international businesses to advance the Group’s transformation.

 

Nationality

  • French
  • Born on December 8, 1956

 

Education

  • Graduate of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques (IEP) Paris, Master of Advanced Study degree in public law (Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne), and CAPA-certificated to practice as a barrister in France.

 

Professional career

  • 2019: Executive Vice President, in charge of supervision of GEM (Global Energy Management), Generation Europe, B2C France and Benelux Business Units – Head of the Thermal Global Business Line
  • 2016: Executive Vice President of ENGIE, in charge of supervision of the Global Energy Management, Global LNG, Exploration & Production International and Latin America Business Units, chairing the Commodities and Related Risks Control Committee (CRME).
  • 2015: Executive Vice-President in charge of the Global Gas & LNG business line.
  • 2012-2015: Deputy Chief Financial Officer of GDF SUEZ**.
  • 2010: CEO of GDF SUEZ Trading**.
  • 2008: GDF SUEZ Corporate Vice-President in charge of investments and acquisitions**.
  • 2005: Executive Committee Member and Vice-President Administration and Finance of Suez Energy International**.
  • 2001: Finance Director of Suez Environnement**
  • 1997: Chief Financial Officer of Rexel.
  • 1993: Executive Director and Chairman of the Management Committee of SOGEM (SUEZ Group).
  • 1989: Chief Financial Officer of SOGEM (SUEZ Group).
  • 1983-1988: Midland Bank, Paris & London, International Division.

 

Other memberships and offices held

  • Chairman and Director of GDF SUEZ Trading SAS**.
  • Board member of Electrabel SA**.

 

 

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Pierre Deheunynck is Executive Vice President, in charge of Group Human Resources, Transformation, Corporate, Global Business Support, Global Care and Real Estate

 

Pierre Deheunynck worked for Danone in Europe, Indonesia, Singapore and China for over 20 years. He then became Human Resources Director for the Crédit Agricole group and also headed their real-estate development business. Pierre is firmly convinced that men and women are at the heart of the transformation of organizations. As ENGIE’s Human Resources Director, he is responsible for supporting the Group’s transformation through the mobilization of its 153,000 employees.

 

Nationality

  • French
  • Born on June 8, 1962

 

Education

  • 1986: Master Degree in Social Law, Paris I, France.

 

Professional career

  • 2016: Executive Vice-President, Chief of the Group Human Resources Department, in charge of supervision of the Global Business Support, the group’s shared services center.
  • 2009-2016: Crédit Agricole: Senior Executive Vice President Human Resources, France.
  • 2005-2008: Danone: Senior Vice President People & Organisation Development, France.
  • 2000-2005: Danone: Senior Vice President Human Resources Asia Pacific, based in Singapore.
  • 1998-2000: Danone: Senior Vice President Human Resources, Corporate, France.
  • 1995-1998: Danone: Human Resources Manager, Operations Division, Danone Fresh Produce, France.
  • 1990-1995: Danone: Human Resources Manager at Stenval, Danone Fresh Products, France.
  • 1987-1990: Danone: Head of Recruitment at Lu – then Employee Relations Manager at Heudebert, France.
  • 1986-1987: Danone: Head of Industrial Organization, Packaging Division, Verrerie de Masnières, BSN.

 

Other memberships and offices held

  • 2011-2015: Chairman of Crédit Agricole Immobilier.

 

 

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Judith Hartmann is Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer. She is responsible for steering our publicly listed subsidiaries: supervision of GTT and coordination with Suez. She is also in charge of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

 

Judith Hartmann has extensive international experience as financial and operational management, working for major international groups such as General Electric in seven countries, including the United States, Brazil and Germany, in both services and industry. Judith, who has been CFO of ENGIE since 2015, seeks to consolidate the growth and creation of value in the context of the Group’s transformation. She also brings her operational expertise to bear in her role supervising the Group’s operations in the United Kingdom and North America.

 

Nationality

  • Austrian
  • Born on June 15, 1969

 

Education

  • Masters degree in International Business Administration
  • Ph.D. in Economics from the WU Vienna University of Business Administration & Economics

 

Professional career

  • 2016: Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, in charge of supervision of the United Kingdom and North America Business Units.
  • 2015: Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of GDF SUEZ.
  • 2012: Chief Financial Officer and member of the Executive Board of the Bertelsmann group (Germany).
  • 2011: Chief Financial Officer of GE Germany.
  • 2009: Chief Financial Officer of GE Brazil then Chief Executive Officer of GE Healthcare Latin America.
  • 2007: Chief Financial Officer of GE Water Europe in Belgium, the Middle East & Africa (GE Energy).
  • 2004: Chief Financial Officer for a subsidiary of GE Healthcare.
  • 2000: various positions: first in France in the financial department of GE Healthcare Europe, then at the headquarters of GE Healthcare in the United States.
  • 1997: Finance Department of Walt Disney Europe in France.
  • 1993: Transport Department of the Canadian government in Canada.

 

Other memberships and offices held

  • Director of ENGIE Corporate Foundation (France)**.
  • Director of Suez, Electrabel and Unilever*.

 

 

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Didier Holleaux is Executive Vice President, supervising Elengy, GRDF, GRTgaz, Storengy, China, and APAC (Asia Pacific) Business Units. He will also lead the Gas & Power Networks Global Business Line

 

Operating between Paris and Singapore, Didier Holleaux is part of the Group’s family of gas specialists, with more than 20 years’ experience within the Group. He has in-depth knowledge of the gas chain (networks, storage, LNG and distribution), as well as new uses of gas, such as hydrogen and natural gas as an automotive fuel. He is fully committed to promoting gas in the interests of the energy transition and the Group’s development in Asia-Pacific.
He will also lead the Gas & Power Networks Global Business Line.

 

Nationality

  • French
  • Born on August 4, 1960

 

Education

  • Graduate of the Corps des Mines (Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole nationale supérieure des mines de Paris).

 

Professional career

  • 2017 (on January 31, 2017): Executive Vice-President in charge of the Elengy, GRDF, GRTgaz, Storengy, China, Asia-Pacific and GTT Business Units, also supervising the Strategic Sourcing and Supply, the Industrial Projects Oversight and Support, and Nuclear Development Divisions.
  • 2015: Executive Vice President, in charge of Strategy, Projects and Purchasing, and Métiers, in charge of supervision of the Tractebel and Asia Pacific Business Units.
  • 2010 – 2015: Executive Vice-President of the GDF SUEZ Global Gas & LNG business line**.
  • 2007-2015: Chief Executive Officer of GDF SUEZ E&P International (fomerly Exploration and Production Division).
  • 2004-2007: Senior Vice-President of LNG business at GDF.
  • 2002-2004: Executive Vice-President of EDF-GDF Services.
  • 2000-2002: Vice-President of the GDF Transmission Division.
  • 1997-2000: Founder and Managing Director of GDF Britain based in London.
  • 1993-1997: Deputy Vice-President and later Vice-President of regional LNG transmission and storage units for GDF.
  • 1990-1993: Advisor to Hubert Curien, Minister for Research and Technology then Chief of staff to André Billardon, Energy Minister.
  • 1989-1990: Head of Research and Trade Barriers in the Prime minister office for European economic cooperation.
  • 1988: report of the 10th Plan State Efficiency committee.
  • 1985-1988: Head of the Industrial and Underground Development in the Regional Industry and Research Department, and task force director in the Pays-de-Loire Regional Prefecture.
  • 1983-1984: Engineer at Total (French multinational integrated oil and gas company).
  • 1982: Production engineer at the Citroën (carmaker) production plant in Rennes.

 

Other memberships and offices held

  • During his career, Didier Holleaux held positions as Director and Chairman of various ENGIE (fomerly GDF SUEZ and Gaz de France) affiliates, as well as of French and International Gas Associations.

 

 

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Shankar Krishnamoorthy is Executive Vice President in charge of Strategy & Innovation, Industrial Development, Research & Technology, and Procurement. He is also supervising the Africa Business Unit

 

Shankar Krishnamoorthy has spent 20 years in the Group, chiefly in Business Development. Shankar has worked for the Group in Asia, the Middle East and London. He has been strongly associated with the Group’s growth in the Middle East, a region in which he has helped make ENGIE the leading independent power producer.

 

Nationality

  • Indian
  • Born on November 19, 1960

 

Education

  • Engineering Graduate of Delhi College of Engineering

 

Professional career

  • 2019: Executive Vice President of ENGIE, in charge of Strategy, Research and Innovation, Industrial development, Procurement, also supervising BU Africa, based in Paris.
  • 2017: ENGIE Executive Vice President, in charge of Strategy, Business Development Oversight, Research & Technology, Innovation, Group’s five “Métiers” (Gas Chain, Centralized Génération, BtoB, BtoT, BtoC), Integration Management, Enterprise Risk Management, Tractebel, ENGIE EPS, ENGIE Solar, based in Paris.
  • 2016: Managing Director, ENGIE Centralised Generation, and Chairman of Solairedirect, based in London.
  • 2014: EVP, Business Development, ENGIE Energy International Business Line, based in London.
  • 2007: Head of Business Development and then CEO/President of ENGIE South Asia, Middle East and Africa, based in Dubai.
  • 2002: Developer and then Head of Business Development, ENGIE Asia Pacific and Africa, based in Bangkok.
  • 1997: CEO, ENGIE South Asia, based in India.
  • 1982: Various roles in construction, project management, marketing and business development at Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), based in India.

 

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Yves Le Gélard is Executive Vice President CDO & Group CIO

 

Yves Le Gélard built up his experience in tech through working in large international groups such as IBM, Capgemini, Fujitsu and SAP, with posts in Europe, Japan and the United States. Since joining ENGIE, he has reorganized the IT function throughout the Group. He is now responsible for digital transformation, one of the most crucial areas of the Group’s strategy.

 

Nationality

  • French
  • Born on December 11, 1959

 

Education

  • Graduate of HEC Paris.

 

Professional career

  • 2016: Executive Vice President, CDO & Group CIO.
  • 2015: Member of the Executive Committee of ENGIE, Chief Digital Officer and Director of Information Systems.
  • 2012: Head of the consulting and projects in Europe of SAP AG.
  • 2009: Executive Vice-President of Fujitsu America, based in New York.
  • 2006: Manager of the European acquisitions programme of Fujitsu, then General Manager for Continental Europe.
  • 2003: General Manager for Outsourcing of Capgemini.
  • 2000: Head of Global Sales of Capgemini.
  • 1994: General Manager of the managed services division at Capgemini.
  • 1983: various technical and sales roles at IBM before becoming Executive Assistant for the IBM France CEO.

 

Claire Waysand, Executive Vice President and Group’s General Secretary

 

Claire Waysand has spent most of her career with the French government. In particular, she served as Chief of Staff to Michel Sapin, Minister for Finance and Public Accounts. As such, she was responsible for coordinating all of the Minister's work, including the Sapin II bill. Prior to that, she served as Deputy Chief of Staff to Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault, and Deputy Director of the Treasury. Claire Waysand is highly experienced in European affairs: she was the French representative on the European Economic and Finance Committee and on the board of the European Investment Bank. She has worked at the International Monetary Fund and has a broader international experience, both on advanced and emerging economies. Claire Waysand joined the Engie Group in October 2019. As Engie’s General Secretary, she brings her in-depth knowledge of French, European and international economic and financial issues to contribute to the Group's strategy.

 

Nationality

  • French
  • Born on July 4, 1969

 

Education

  • Graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and of the Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Economique, Master of Science in Economics (London School of Economics) and PhD in economics (Paris Nanterre University).

 

Professional career

  • October 2019: Executive Vice President of ENGIE, General Secretary.
  • 2017-2019: Director of Radio France and CDR (Consortium de Realisation)
  • 2016-2019: Inspector-General of Finance.
  • 2014-2016: Chief of Staff to Michel Sapin, Minister for Finance and Public Accounts.
  • 2013- 2014: Deputy Chief of Staff to Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault.
  • 2012-2013: Deputy Director of the Treasury.
  • 2009-2012: IMF
  • 1997-2009: Treasury Department.
  • 1993-1997: INSEE (national institute of statistics and economic studies).

 

Other memberships and offices held

  • Member of the Cercle des économistes.

 

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Wilfrid Petrie, Executive Vice President, CEO France B2B, supervises France Réseaux Business Unit

 

A dual French and British national, Wilfrid Petrie has nearly 30 years of senior experience in the energy and services sector in the United States, Southeast Asia and throughout Europe. He joined the ENGIE group in 1999, after ten years at Air Liquide. In 2008, he was Executive Vice President of the Energy Services Branch. In 2015, he became CEO of ENGIE's United Kingdom & Ireland Business Unit. He brings extensive experience in developing a wide array of innovative BtoB solutions, as demonstrated in the UK.

 

Nationality

  • British and French
  • Born on October 18, 1965

 

Education

  • 1988: Graduated from Ecole Polytechnique Paris

 

Professional career

  • 2019: Executive Vice-President of ENGIE, CEO of France B2B Business Unit, supervises France Réseaux Business Unit
  • 2014 – 2019: Chief Executive Officer United Kingdom & Ireland Business Unit
  • 2008 – 2014: Executive Vice-President of Energy Services Branch
  • 1999 – 2008: Joined the ENGIE Group
  • 1989 – 1999: Air Liquide

 

Other memberships and offices held

  • 2016 – today: Member of the Board of Directors of International Power
  • 2019: Chairman of ENGIE Energie Services