Italian oil major Eni has appointed a new chief upstream officer.
Eni said on Wednesday that it appointed Alessandro Puliti as its new chief upstream officer.
According to the company, he will start his new role on September 1 and replace Antonio Vella, who will leave the company at the end of the year after a career spanning over more than 30 years.
Puliti has experience in Italy and abroad, handling diverse and highly complex situations. Eni stated that it was confident that he would lead the development of the upstream department with effectiveness and passion, contributing to reaching the company’s ambitious targets in the area.
He joined Eni’s reservoir department in 1990. Since then, he held positions of increasing responsibilities within the Upstream business, both in regional management as a managing director in key countries such as Egypt and Norway and headquarter strategy in departments such as reservoir and drilling.
In September 2018, Puliti was appointed as the chief development of operations and technology officer.
As for Vella, he strengthened Eni’s upstream activities over the last five years, in spite of the challenging market situation, through significant production growth, and a substantial cash generation by his department at a time of a highly volatile oil price.
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