Members of the Executive Committee

Gérard Mestrallet

Gérard Mestrallet

Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Born April 1, 1949.

Education

  • Graduate of the École Polytechnique
  • Graduate of the École Nationale d’Administration

Professional career

  • 2001-2008: Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of SUEZ
  • 1997: Chairman of the Executive Board of Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux
  • 1995: Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Compagnie de Suez
  • 1991: Executive Director and Chairman of the Management Committee of Société Générale de Belgique
  • 1986: Senior Executive Vice-President in charge of industrial affairs
  • 1984: Special Advisor at Compagnie de Suez

Other memberships and offices held

  • Chairman of the Board of Directors of GDF SUEZ Energy Services**, SUEZ Environnement Company** (France), Electrabel**, GDF SUEZ Belgium**
  • Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors of Aguas de Barcelona** (Spain)
  • Director of Saint-Gobain* (France), Pargesa Holding SA* (Switzerland) and International Power** (United Kingdom)
  • Chairman of Paris EUROPLACE
  • Member of the Advisory Board of Siemens AG* (from January 23, 2013 onwards)

* Listed Company
** GDF SUEZ Group

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Isabelle Kocher

Isabelle Kocher

Deputy CEO and Chief Operating officer

Born December 9, 1966.

Education

  • Isabelle Kocher is a graduate from Ecole Normale Supérieure,  she holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Physics.

Professional career

  • 2011-2014: 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.
  • 1997-1999: Manager of the postal and telecommunication budgets, followed by the defense budget at the French Budget Department
  • 1992-1993: 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

  • Vice President of Electrabel (Belgique)**
  • Director of GDF SUEZ, SUEZ Environnement Company (France)** and International Power (United Kingdom)
  • Director AXA Group*

* Listed Company
** GDF SUEZ Group

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Valérie Bernis

Valérie Bernis

Executive Vice-President in charge of Communications, Marketing and Environmental and Societal Responsability

Born on December 9, 1958.  

Education

  • Graduate of the University of Limoges in Economics and of the Institut Supérieur de Gestion (Paris)

Professional career

  • 2008-2011: Member of the Executive Committee of GDF SUEZ, in charge of Communication Management, Financial Communication and Institutional Relations
  • 2001: Executive Vice-President of SUEZ, in charge of Communications and Sustainable Development and member of the Executive Committee
  • 1999-2004: Chief Executive Officer of cable channel Paris Première
  • 1997-2001: Senior Vice-President for Financial and Corporate Communications and Special Advisor to the President of Suez Lynonnaise des Eaux
  • 1995: Communications Director at Compagnie de Suez
  • 1993: Press and Communications Officer for Paris Representative Edouard Balladur
  • 1991: Communication Officer of Edouard Balladur, member of French Parliament Paris
  • 1988: Communications Director at Cerus
  • 1986: Member of the office of the French Ministry of Economics, Finance and Privatization

Other memberships and offices held

  • Director of SUEZ Environment Company (France)** and GDF SUEZ New Ventures SA (France)**
  • Director of Euro Disney (France)
  • Chairman of GDF SUEZ Rassembleurs d’Energies (France)**

** GDF SUEZ Group

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Pierre Chareyre

Pierre Chareyre

Executive Vice-President, in charge of the Global Gaz & LNG business line

Born on December 8, 1956.  

Education

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

Professional career

  • 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: Financial Transaction and Finance Director of Suez Environnement** and International Finance Director of Ondéo**
  • 1997: Chief Financial Officer of Rexel
  • 1989: Chief Financial Officer of Sogem
  • 1988: Private Secretary to the Head of Société Générale in Belgium
  • 1982: Pupil barrister in London
  • 1979: Pupil barrister at the Court of Appeal in Paris

Other memberships and offices held

  • Chairman and Director of GDF SUEZ Trading SAS (France) and GDF SUEZ CC (Belgium)**
  • Director of  GDF SUEZ E&P International SA (France)**

** Groupe GDF SUEZ

 

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Jean-Claude Depail

Jean-Claude Depail

Executive Vice-President, in charge of the Infrastructures business line

Born in 1949.

Education

  • Degree in Engineering at ENSEM in Nancy (France’s elite school of electricity and mechanics)
  • Master’s degree in physical sciences
  • Master’s degree in Economics

Professional career

  • 2010-2011: Member of the Executive Committee, in charge of infrastructures business line
  • 2008: Chief Operating Officer of the Global Gas & LNG Business Line
  • 2003: Head of the France Négoce in charge of gas supplies, responsible for optimizing natural gas management and for sales to major clients in Europe
  • 2000: Head of Sales and Marketing for France Négoce
  • 1999: Head of Key Accounts for Gaz de France
  • 1998: prepares the sales organization of Gaz de France for major accounts following the adoption of the first gas directive
  • 1993: joins the Sales Division, in charge of relations with major industrial accounts
  • 1990: Head of the Normandy Region of the Transportation Production Division of Gaz de France
  • 1986: Regional Delegate to Angoulême for the Compagnie Française du Méthane, a subsidiary of Elf, Total and Gaz de France
  • 1983: Head of the Research Department in charge of designing the transportation network
  • 1978 – 1983: joins the Transportation Production Division of Gaz de France
  • 1973: joined the Economic Research Department of the Economic and Commercial Division of Gaz de France

Other memberships and offices held

  • President of the European Association of Infrastructure Operators and GDF SUEZ infrastructure SAS**(France)**
  • Vice chairman of Fingaz (France)
  • Director of Elengy, Storengy, GDF SUEZ New Ventures SA, GDF SUEZ University (France) and Tractebel Engineering (Belgium)**
  • Director of IFP Energies Nouvelles (France)

** GDF SUEZ Group

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Henri Ducré

Henri Ducré

Executive Vice-President, in charge of Group Human Resources

Born on April 14, 1956.   

Education

  • Graduate of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Métiers

Professional career

  • 2012-2013: President in charge of the Energy France Branch
  • 2008: Member of the Executive Committee of GDF SUEZ in charge of the Gaz de France Energy France Branch
  • 2007: Director of the Gaz de France Energy France Branch
  • 2004: Director of EDF Gaz de France Distribution
  • 2002: Director of Distribution and Sales of EDF’s Americas Division
  • General Manager of Edenor (an EDF subsidiary in Argentina)
  • 1979: Integrated Gaz de France

Other memberships and offices held

  • President of GDF SUEZ IT (France) and GDF SUEZ Management Company Belgium (Belgium)**
  • Administrator  of GDF SUEZ University, GDF SUEZ Company Foundation (France) and GDF SUEZ Energy España (Spain)
  • Manager of GDF SUEZ Management Company SNC (France)

** GDF SUEZ Group

 

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Judith Hartmann

Judith Hartmann

Executive Vice-President, Chief Financial Officer

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

  • 2012-2015: 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

  • Non-executive Director of RTL Group (Luxembourg)*
  • Director of Penguin Random Houxe LLC (USA) and of Gruner & Jahr AG & Co KG (Germany).

** Groupe GDF SUEZ

 

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Didier Holleaux

Didier Holleaux

Executive Vice-President, General Secretary

Born on August 4, 1960.   

Education

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

Professional career

  • 2010 – 2015 : Executive Vice-President of the GDF SUEZ Global Gas & LNG business line**.
  • Since 2007: Chief Executive officer of GDF SUEZ E&P International**
  • 2004: Vice-President of LNG business at GDF**.
  • 2002: Vice-President of EDF-GDF Services.
  • 2000: Deputy Vice-President of the GDF Transmission Division.
  • 1997: Founder and Head of GDF Britain based in London, and Head of Development for the Transmission Division.
  • 1993: Deputy Vice-President and later Vice-President of regional LNG transmission and storage units for GDF.
  • 1992-1993: Technical consultant at Hubert Curien and Private Secretary to André Billardon.
  • 1989-1990: Head of Research and Trade Barriers in the General Secretariat of the Interministerial Committee on issues of 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 production plant in Rennes.

Other memberships and offices held

  • Director of GDF SUEZ E&P Australia Pty Ltd (Australia), GDF SUEZ E&P Norge AS (Norway), GDF SUEZ E&P UK Ltd (UK), GDF SUEZ New Business SAS (France) and GDF SUEZ International (France)**
  • Alternate Director of the GDF SUEZ Corporate Foundation (France)**
  • Chairman of GDF SUEZ E&P Deutschland GmbH (Germany)**
  • CEO of GDF SUEZ E&P International (France) and GDF SUEZ E&P Nederland B.V (Netherlands)**
  • Member of GDF SUEZ E&P Holding Nederland B.V and Noordgastransport BV (N.G.T) (Netherlands)**

    ** GDF SUEZ Group

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    Pierre Mongin

    Pierre Mongin

    Executive Vice-President, General Secretary

    Born on August 9, 1954.

    Education

    • Master’s degree in Economics from the University of Paris I, Graduated of the Institut d’Études Politiques in Paris and of the École Nationale de l’Administration (ENA-Voltaire class)

    Professional career

    • 2006-2015: Chairman and CEO of RATP
    • 2004: Chief of Staff to the Minister of the Interior in 2004, then Chief of Staff to Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin
    • 1995: Prefect of Eure-et-Loir and Prefect of Vaucluse, then Prefect of the Auvergne and Prefect of Puy de Dôme regions
    • 1993: Chief of Staff to Prime Minister Edouard Balladur and Advisor to the French Overseas Departments and Territories. He was appointed Prefect in April 1993
    • 1984: Technical Advisor to the National Police Force at the Ministry of the Interior, then Advisor to the Minister of the Interior for Local Authorities, and then Chief of Staff to the Deputy Minister for Local Authorities. He spent the next five years with the Préfecture de Police (Police Headquarters) in Paris, in charge of administrative and financial affairs and relations with the Council of Paris
    • 1980: Served three terms as Assistant Prefect in the territorial departments of Ain, Ariège and Yvelines

    Other memberships and offices held

    • Director of CMA-CGM
    • Member of the Steering Committee of Domaine de Chambord

    ** GDF SUEZ Group

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    Jérôme Tolot

    Jérôme Tolot 

    Executive Vice-President, in charge of the Energy Europe and Energy Services business lines

    Born on January 4, 1952.

    Education

    • Graduate of INSEAD and l’Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris
    • Holds a DESS in Economics

    Professional career

    • 2011-2015: Member of the Management Committee in charge of Energie Services business line
    • 2008: Member of the Executive Committee GDF SUEZ, in charge of the Energie Service branch
    • 2005: Executive Vice-President of SUEZ Energy Services
    • 2002: Executive Vice-President of SUEZ and member of the Executive Committee
    • 1982: joins Lyonnaise des Eaux after working as a consultant with McKinsey. Serves successively as Senior Vice President of Degrémont, Senior Executive Vice President of GTM Group, then Vinci. Chairman and CEO of SITA

    Other memberships and offices held

    • Director of Société Monégasque d’Electricité et de Gaz (SMEG), GDF SUEZ Energy Services International and Cofely Fabricom (Belgium)**
    • Director of SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT company, GDF SUEZ Energy Services, GDF SUEZ New Ventures, Cofely Ineo, GDF SUEZ University, GDF SUEZ Corporate Foundation (France), Tracatabel Engineering (Belgium), Cofely España (Espagne) and Cofely Italia SPA (Italie)**

    ** GDF SUEZ Group

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    Willem van Twembeke

    Willem van Twembeke

    Executive Vice-President, in charge of the Energy International business line

    Born in 1965.

    Education

    • Master of Business Administration, 1994, Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium)
    • Postgraduate in de Bedrijfskunde, 1992, Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium)
    • Master in Engineering, major Nuclear Science, 1990, the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York (U.S.A)
    • Master of Science in Electromechanical Engineering, major Electrical Power, 1988, Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium)

    Professional career

    • 2011-2013: President & CEO of GDF SUEZ Energy Asia
    • 2010-2011: COO of GDF SUEZ Energy Latin America
    • 2006-2010: Deputy General Manager Trading and Portfolio Management, Electrabel (Belgium)
    • 2004-2006: CEO SUEZ of Energy Peru and EnerSur (Peru)
    • 2004-2005: CEO of Gas Natural de Lima y Callao (Peru)
    • 2001-2004: Chief Executive Officer of Electroandina S.A. (Chile)
    • 2000-2001: Commercial director of EnerSur (Peru)
    • 1997-2000: Site manager of the Nehuenco power plant and Site manager /Operations manager of the Tocopilla power plant (Chile)
    • 1991-1997: Tractebel Energy Engineering (Belgium)

    Other memberships and offices held

    • Chief Executive Officer of International  Power Ltd (United-Kingdom).**
    • Director of Tractabel  Engineering (Belgium)** and Tractabel Energia SA (Brazil).**

    ** GDF SUEZ Group

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    Jean-Louis Blanc

    Jean-Louis Blanc

    Executive Committee Member, Commercial, Innovation and New Business Director

    Born on February 5, 1949.

    Education

    • Agronomy engineering degree, Paris
    • Graduate of l’Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris
    • Graduate of Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA)

    Professional career

    • 2011 : Executive Committee Member, Commercial, Innovation and New Business Director.
    • 2003-2011: Commercial Director for France, Suez.
    • 1999: Manager of water resources, Suez.
    • 1997: Chairman of the Société d’études et de promotion pour l’Aqueduc Languedoc-Roussillon-Catalogne.
    • 1992: Chairman of the Management Board of the Compagnie nationale d’aménagement de la Région du Bas-Rhône et du Languedoc.
    • 1985: Chairman of the Management Board of Domaine Cordier (Bordeaux wine production and trading).
    • 1980: Chief of staff to Secretary General for the Government.
    • 1980: Representative to the office of the Minister for Foreign Trade.
    • 1976: Civil administrator at the Ministry of Agriculture, Head of Wine board.

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    Claire Brabec-Lagrange

    Claire Brabec-Lagrange

    Executive Committee Member, Director of Group Purchasing

    Born in 1962.

    Education

    • Graduate of Ecole Centrale de Paris

    Professional career

    • 2011: Executive Committee Member, Director of Group Purchasing
    • 2005-2011: THALES GROUP Vice-President Purchasing.
    • 2004: EADS DCS Procurement Vice-President.
    • 2001: EADS TELECOM Procurement Vice-President.
    • 1997: Group BULL Non Production Purchasing Manager.

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    Marc Florette

    Marc Florette

    Executive Committee Member, Director of Digital Division

    Né le 1er septembre 1953.

    Education

    • Graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique
    • Master of Science in Physics Engineering, University of California
    • CPA 94 (HEC School of Management, Paris)

    Professional career

    • 2014: Executive Committee Member, Director of Digital Division
    • 2008: Executive Committee Member, Director of Research & Innovation
    • 2003: Senior Vice-President, Research Division, Gaz de France, then Research & Innovation Division, GDF SUEZ
    • 2000: Chair of the Cogeneration division within the service business line of Gaz de France and Chair of the CCGT construction project.
    • 1999: Deputy Manager, Research Division, Gaz de France
    • 1995: Manager EDF GDF SERVICES Seine et Marne
    • 1990: Deputy Manager, EDF GDF SERVICES Grand Toulouse.
    • 1979: Joins the Research department of Gaz de France, then the Distribution department of EDF and gaz de France.

     

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    Philippe Jeunet

    Philippe Jeunet

    Executive Committee Member, Special Advisor to the Chairman, responsible for the creation of the City for Energy and the Environment

    Born on June 25, 1953.   

    Education

    • Graduate from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris
    • Master’s Degree in Law

    Professional career

    • 2013: Member of the Executive Committee, Special Advisor to the Chairman, responsible for the creation of the City for Energy and the Environment
    • 2008 : Member of the Executive Committee in charge of the Audit and Risk Management Division
    • 2007: Advisor to the Chairman and CEO of Gaz de France
    • 2000: Chief Financial Officer
    • 1998-2000: Manager of International Development
    • 1995: Manager of Supplies and Gas Projects
    • 1991: Joined Gaz de France as Assistant Manager of the Financial and Legal Division in charge of subsidiaries and equity interests.
    • 1984-1986: Recording secretary of the French Government’s Interministerial Committee on Industrial Restructuring and the Industrial Financing Office of the French Treasury Department. Pursued the greater part of his career in the Crédit d’Equipement des Petites et Moyennes Entreprises (CEPME) Group where he held different positions of authority in corporate finance for companies in the manufacturing and tourism industries. Managed two venture capital firms, Avenir Tourisme and Promotour Investissement

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    Yves Le Gélard

    Yves Le Gélard

    Executive Committee Member, Director of Information Systems

    Born on December 11, 1959.

    Education

    • Graduate of HEC Paris

    Professional career

    • 2015: Executive Committee Member, 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

     

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    Didier Rétali

    Didier Rétali

    Executive Committee Member, Director of Audit and Risk

    Born on March 17, 1957.

    Education

    • Graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique

    Professional career

    • 2012: Executive Committee Member, Director of Audit and Risk
    • 2010: Technical Advisor to the GDF SUEZ Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
    • 2002: Executive Board within the Energy Services Business Line
    • 2000: Plan, Controlling and Accounts Director of Suez
    • 1999: Chief Financial Officer of Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux
    • 1994: Director of Projects for Lyonnaise des Eaux – renamed Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux
    • 1993: Lyonnaise des Eaux director for Hong Kong, Macao and China
    • 1991: CEO of Société des Eaux de Macao
    • 1989: joins the Lyonnaise des Eaux Group

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    Paul Rorive

    Paul Rorive

    Executive Committee Member, Director of Nuclear Development

    Born on July 15, 1953.

    Education

    • Civil engineer (mechanical and electrical), graduate of the Université Libre of Brussels
    • Graduate of the CEDEP (Fontainebleau)

    Professional career

    • 2011: Executive Committee Member, Director of Nuclear Development
    • 2006: Director of  Nuclear Activities Department
    • 2002-2006: Chief Executive Officer of Tractebel Engineering
    • 1983: Nuclear Power Plant of Tihange, where he holds a number of operational posts and is appointed Director of the Plant.
    • 1997-1978: Intercom (one of the three companies from which Electrabel was created) and holds various posts in the traditional thermal power plants of Ruien and Marchienne-au-Pont

    Other memberships and offices held

    • Director of GDF SUEZ Energy Services, LABORELEC, SYNATOM, Belgian Nuclear Forum, BELGONUCLEAIRE and Foratom
    • Executive Director of the Nuclear New Build Development Company
    • President of the Tihange 1 Participation Association

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    Edouard Sauvage

    Edouard Sauvage   

    Executive Committee Member, Director of Strategy

    Born in 1965.

    Education

    • Graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées

    Professional career

    • 2013: Executive Committee Member, Director of Strategy
    • 2012: Head of Natural Gas Supplies of the GDF SUEZ Energy Europe Business Line
    • 2004: Head of Natural Gas Supplies at Gaz de France
    • 2003: Co-Manager of the International Division at the Gaz de France Strategy Division
    • 2002: Deputy of Strategic and European Affairs at the Gaz de France Strategy Division
    • 1995: Technical Advisor to the French Prime Minister Alain Juppé
    • 1993: DATAR (Délégation à l’Aménagement du Territoire et à l’Action Régionale [French Delegation for Territorial Development and Regional Action])

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    Raphaël Schoentgen

    Raphaël Schoentgen

    Executive Committee Member, Manager of Research and Technology

    Born on September 14, 1972.

    Education

    • Graduate of the Ecole des Mines de Paris and the Corps des Mines.

    Professional career

    • 2014: Executive Committee Member, Manager of Research and Technologies at GDF SUEZ
    • 2008-2014: Chairman of the GDF SUEZ Group in China
    • 2007: Strategy adviser in the SUEZ division responsible for international business
    • 2004: Adviser on European and international affairs to the French Minister for Energy, Industry and Telecommunications
    • 2002: Joined the European Commission Directorate General for Competition
    • 1999: Responsible for regional technological and industrial development at the Regional Department of Industry, Research and the Environment (DRIRE) for Nord-Pas-de-Calais
    • 1996: Occupied a series of strategy positions at Alcatel and Mexigaz, the Mexican subsidiary of Gaz de France

    Other memberships and offices held

    • 2014: Member of the World Cities Summit
    • 2012: Member of the Fondation France-Chine
    • 2011: Member of the Forum of Young Global Leaders within the World Economic Forum

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    Denis Simonneau

    Denis Simonneau

    Executive Committee Member, Director of European and International Relations

    Born on April 8, 1963.

    Education

    • Graduate of Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris and Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA)

    Professional career

    • 2011: Executive Committee Member, Director of European and International Relations
    • 2009: Diplomatic Adviser at GDF SUEZ.
    • 2007-2008: Chief of Staff of the Minister for European Affairs.
    • 2005-2007: Deputy spokesperson for the Department of Foreign Affairs of the French Government
    • 2001-2005: Consul General and Head of the French Trade Economic Mission in Houston, Texas (USA)
    • 1997-2001: Counsellor at the French Permanent Representation to the European Union in Brussels
    • 1996-1997: Adviser to the Minister of European Affairs.

    Other memberships and offices held

    • Vice-President of Europanova

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