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Marco Alverà

Marco Alverà is Chief Executive Officer of Snam from april 2016.

From July 2016 to December 2017 he was Chief Industrial Assets Officer of Snam. Since June 2017 he is Executive Vice President Corporate Services. Previously he was Chief Operating Officer from January to April 2016.

From April 2016 to April 2017 he served as Chairman of the Board of Snam Rete Gas, a Snam's subsidiary company that operates in natural gas transportation and dispatching. He was then Managing director of the same company from July 2017 to November 2017.
 

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MARCO ALVERÀ AT THE EMBASSY OF ITALY IN THE UK


Marco Alverà participated in 14th event in the Italian Imaginative Innovators (Triple I) series at the Embassy of Italy in London. The participants who discussed the future of the European energy market were Lord Peter Mandelson, the former Labour minister and former European commissioner; Marco Alverà, the CEO of SNAM; Nick Butler, an energy commentator for the Financial Times; and moderator Alessandra Galloni, the global news editor for Thomson Reuters.

MARCO ALVERÀ AT FORUM ANSA


Last november Marco Alverà joined the Forum ANSA and talked about natural gas infrastructures and investmens.
 

MARCO ALVERÀ AT TED@BCG


Last September, Marco Alverà was among the speakers of the TED @ BCG "Break the Mold" conference. The event examines advances in technology and how these have dramatically expanded our access to knowledge, places, and communities.
Marco Alverà’s speech “Fairness Crusader” revolves around his 15 years’ experience in the energy sector, both in Europe and the Americas, and how to enforce fair behaviours in organizations.
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MARCO ALVERÀ AT JOHNS HOPKINS


Last September, Marco Alverà joined an event at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies on energy markets and challenges in the natural gas supply chain. The event was hosted by the Center for Transatlantic Relations and moderated by Dean Vali Nasr.

CURRICULUM VITAE


Marco Alverà, 42, is an Italian businessman and has been the CEO of Snam, Europe’s largest natural gas utility, since April 2016.

Marco has 20 years of experience in Italy’s most important energy companies.

Marco holds a degree in Philosophy and Economics from the London School of Economics and started his career working at Goldman Sachs in London.

In 2002, he joined Enel as Director of Group Corporate Strategy and a member of the management committee, contributing significantly to the development of the company's gas strategy. In 2004 he became Chief Financial Officer of Wind Telecom and oversaw the sale of Wind to Orascom.

In 2005 he moved to Eni where he worked for 10 years holding various positions. He joined the company as Director of Supply & Portfolio Development at the Gas & Power Division, successfully navigating the group through the gas Russia-Ukraine gas crisis in the Winter of 2006. In 2008 he moved to Eni’s Exploration & Production Division as Executive Vice President for Russia, Northern Europe, and North and South America. In 2010 he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Eni Trading and Shipping. In 2013, he took on responsibility for the Midstream business unit, which consolidates the results of Eni’s Gas & Power Division and brings together all of the supply, logistics and trading activities linked to energy commodities. He was later appointed Chief Retail Market Gas & Power Officer at Eni.

Marco is a Visiting Fellow of the University of Oxford. He currently serves as President of GasNaturally, non-executive director of S&P Global and member of the General Council of the Giorgio Cini Foundation in Venice.
 
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