Hi everyone, I'm Alfredo Allegri.
I am responsible for logistics in the Vega field, Sicily, which is the largest oil platform in the Mediterranean Sea and it's very interesting and stimulating to be a part of this project
My work is very exciting and dynamic In fact, managing the naval and air operations of Vega's field allow me to meet and work with many people.
During bunkering and ship-to-ship oil transfer, we have to always follow the highest HSE standards, in order to safeguard people and complete the activities in respect with the environment and in a safe way.
I am proud to be a member of this Energean, a part of this family!
“Following a successful banking career, I moved to the company as Financial Manager in 2008, before moving to Head of Treasury in 2011. This is a key role for the supervision of the liquidity and risk management of the Group. As part of these roles, I had the opportunity to work with highly motivated professionals who gave me a deeper insight into the sector, making Energean a truly fascinating place to be. It is an honor and privilege to be part of Energean family, and to be inspired by the Board’s determination for growth and success.”
“I joined the company in 2013, after obtaining an MSc in Petroleum Engineering from the Technical University of Kavala. I have been involved in many aspects of the company’s operational development, from dry dock maintenance of Energean vessels through to drilling wells at Prinos. I will also participate in the company’s future exploitation projects across Greece’s many available reservoirs.”
I joined Energean in 2018 as an Office Assistant of the Haifa branch, Israel. I graduated from The Max Stern Academic College with a BA in communications.
The company and its employees welcomed me with open arms, and I immediately felt like I was part of the family. Being a leading company in its field, Energean offered me countless opportunities to use my skills and to gain new ones. And indeed, every day in the office I face new challenges, which I thrive on and evolve.
The people I work with are truly incredible! They’re professional, highly motivated and always willing to help. Their support and knowledge-sharing is a true asset to me, but surely to everyone else that works with them as well.
I genuinely feel honored to be part of the ever-developing and expanding Energean family.
My name is Stefano Chieppa and I work in the P&C team in Pescara, Italy.
I deal with cost planning and control to support the finance department and technical functions. Every day I am committed to balancing numbers and results, measuring performance and offering tools, as precise and simple as possible, to facilitate business management decisions.
I think the oil & gas business has a lot of potential to exploit and opportunities to seize. The world asks us for new energy, less impactful and safer, but above all it asks us to bring our energy, commitment and ideas, to build a better future.
I am proud and excited to be part of this great team and to be the protagonist of this challenge.
“Originally from Venezuela, where I trained as a Chemical Engineer and served as a Chemical Production Engineer at the country’s National Oil Company, PDVSA. I have been working with the company since 2008. My role is focused on production optimization, flow assurance, well interventions and maintaining the production surveillance allocation database. I am the only woman in Energean’s technical team and am lucky to work in an environment where my ideas are heard and implemented and where I am respected by my colleagues.”
I am Silvia, based in Milan and member of the Technical Team. I have a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Water and Land Management Engineering at the Department of Structural, Geotechnical and Building Engineering of Politecnico di Torino.
I started working in the oil and gas industry right away for Eni, on geomechanical characterization and modeling, and then I became Project Manager of an integrated research project in the Gas Shale field.
I’ve been working in the company (ex. Edison E&P) since December 2018, in the Department of Reservoir, Drilling & Production Performance. In parallel with production monitoring/forecasting and planning activities, I’m coordinating the implementation of an automatic and centralized Production Data Management System.
I am excited about the new challenge in becoming part of the Energean team, and look forward to doing my best in this new journey!
I am a legal counsel at Energean Israel, which I joined in early 2020.
I hold a bachelor’s degree in law (LL.B.) and accounting from Tel Aviv University, and I previously worked in the Energy and Infrastructure departments at leading Israeli law firms.
Being a part of Energean, provides a unique opportunity to work on an innovative project, never been done before in Israel, which has a major impact on the country’s energy market.
For me, working at Energean means working with smart, dedicated people, having an entrepreneurial approach. In the legal field, we implement that approach by coming up with creative and “outside the box” solutions for global and local challenges, all under the existing legal framework.
As a Surveying Engineer M.Sc. & a Marine-Sea Science M.Sc. National Technical University of Athens graduate, I joined Energean in 2015, after 15 years in freelance engineering industry.
From the Energean Force rig up drafting and Epsilon field geophysical survey, to Prinos complex modifications, new Lamda platform design and Israel development support, it is a great privilege working in such a challenging and evolving environment, being already thankful for the experience gained so far, working both onshore and offshore with hi-level professionals.
Since it is the only Greek upstream company, expanding also dynamically abroad, Energean Oil & Gas is a lifetime opportunity to work in standards much higher than the average ones.
I have joined Energean Israel branch in 2018, as a project engineer. I have been involved in gas projects in Israel since 2010, up to the current project of Karish.
My work in Energean, collaborating with many different departments, external contractors and authorities have helped me to become a better person and a better engineer.
Our Israel branch feels like a united small family, although separated by COVID to our personal homes, we are still working as one united team to accomplish our mutual goals, and to advance the project in unified force, spear heading the energization of Israel.
It is a great privilege and a huge experience to join this roller coaster, and I am thankful I got the opportunity to step up to the task
After completing my Digital Arts Studies at the University of Kent I started working for Energean (2018). Since then, I’ve had the opportunity to develop my multimedia design skills with ample space, resources, and direction for creative projects. Working closely with the communications team has put me in touch with coworkers from all Energean sites in the Mediterranean and allowed me to collaborate on projects bringing our not so different cultures closer to one another. At the same time, assisting the CSR team has brought me closer to local communities in which we operate and helped me better understand the opportunities that arise when matching corporate and social goals. In addition, participating in CSR projects has made clear to me that a Gas company in the 21st century can indeed strive for realistic net zero emissions targets.
These are once in a lifetime opportunities and a privilege!
To be in the initial establishing team and create from zero the local branch of an international company...
To meet people from different cultures with different experiences and to build bridges that last...
To get to deal with finance, legal, commercial, HR and other matters and to enjoy the flourishing that takes place, knowing you are part of the conditions that allow so...
To supply energy in the market while respecting the environment and becoming part of the local communities...
To work in a young, dynamic and respectful environment where you are acceptable and your opinion counts...
This is for me working in the Israeli branch of Energean.
I joined Energean in January 2021, following the completion of the acquisition of Edison E&P.
As a former competitive athlete, I always enjoy the process of getting myself prepared and ready for new challenges, which makes me feel excited to stand up to the multidimensional challenge I see in my new role with Energean.
During the very short time since I have joined the company, I can see its great efforts in trying to connect people despite the clear huge diversity between their personalities and backgrounds.
It is great to see all the employees, from different locations in the world, participating in various social activities together, such as fitness and cooking, regardless of their cultures, nationalities or beliefs.
“I have been working in the Oil & Gas industry since 2000. I graduated from the Geological Department of Patras University in Greece before entering the petroleum sector as a Production Geologist and later moving to Energean as Senior Geologist. As a member of the company’s Geological & Geophysical (G&G) team, I am involved in projects exploring and evaluating new prospective areas in Greece and abroad. I am also in charge of all new wells at Prinos, from a geological perspective, including planning, operations and evaluation.”
I joined Energean in 2014 as a Group Tax Controller and since then every single day is a new challenge for me. Working closely with the finance teams in Athens, London and Tel Aviv our mission is to ensure that the tax strategy of the Group is implemented successfully through established and transparent procedures.
Personally, participating in substantial multi-jurisdictional projects while collaborating with people from culturally diverse backgrounds offers me both professional and personal development. Considering myself ambitious and positive thinker, I am pretty confident that working for Energean will keep me motivated and mentally stimulated for many years to come
Energean offers a highly professional and positive working environment encouraging career opportunities for professionals whose desire for development never goes away.
I graduated from the Department of Economic of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece.
I joined Energean in 2018 and I am the Branch Administrative Officer of Energean in Montenegro aiming at supporting administration of the pioneering project in my home country
Through this challenging project I am constantly developing my personal and business skills being in a daily communication with local stakeholders and contractors. Truly thankful to all my Energean colleagues for unselfish support and knowledge sharing.
With more than 18 years of experience in the Administration and Government Relations fields, I joined Energean in February 2019 as Government Relations and Administration Officer, managing Cairo Office.
Since I joined Energean, everyone showed me support and trust. The management style in Energean empowers decision-making, integrity and respect. One of the most important things about the company is that it supports inclusiveness and diversity. Everyone enjoys fair opportunities, everyone is encouraged to participate in the company’s growth by expressing new ideas, and get the opportunity to apply them.
What I like most about Energean is the enthusiastic embrace of different cultures, everyone works as one team aspiring to push forward the Company we believe in, and care for.
joined Energean, everyone showed me support and trust. The management style in Energean empowers decision-making, integrity and respect. One of the most important things about the company is that it supports inclusiveness and diversity. Everyone enjoys fair opportunities, everyone is encouraged to participate in the company’s growth by expressing new ideas, and get the opportunity to apply them.
What I like most about Energean is the enthusiastic embrace of different cultures, everyone works as one team aspiring to push forward the Company we believe in, and care for.
I joined EEES, an Energean Egypt subsidy, in 2020. The core activity of EEES is to develop energy transition projects that bring value to our customers, maximize our revenues, and support Energean commitment of Net-Zero Carbon Emission by 2050. I have acquainted a holistic understanding about the energy sector during my PhD studies and I am highly motivated and dedicated to achieve the objectives of Energean by incorporating my expertise and knowledge through innovative approaches.
Indeed, pursuing a career in the energy sector resembles an interesting challenge nowadays, due to volatile energy prices, the COVID-19 pandemic, and global efforts to stop climate change. Fortunately, Energean emerges to lead the energy transition in East-Mediterranean and shows excellence in delivering projects, identifying opportunities, minimising risks, adopting new technologies and the path towards a sustainable future.
It is an honour to be a part of Energean and its success story and to be motivated by the determination of the Board and managers for growth.
I am based in Milan and have been working for over 15 years in the Oil & Gas Industry and I deal with environmental issues related to business on a daily basis.
Constantly showing commitment and self-denial, we have always looked for solutions aimed at reducing the impact that our business has on the environment.
Energean tackles the environmental issues with the same responsibility, taking them into consideration as a key factor for a sustainable growth. The cutting-edge projects we are currently developing prove our support to the Energy Transition and the dedication the Oil & Gas Industry is showing to achieve the neutral climate goals.
"I joined Energean Oil & Gas in 2010, but my acquaintance with Prinos basin goes back to 1995, when I worked as a reservoir engineer for North Aegean Petroleum Company, following my postgraduate studies. And as the saying goes, your first love stays with you for the rest of your life.
Today, working for Energean is very fulfilling and challenging. I cover a wide range of projects (sandstone and carbonate reservoirs, oil and gas fields, water injection and active aquifers, shallow and deep water drilling) and work with highly skilled professionals across all departments. My area of expertise stretches from prospect evaluation to due diligence, volumetrics, reservoir simulation (black oil & EOR), well and fluid modelling, field performance and profile generation.”
I joined Energean in 2015 as an intern while pursuing a PhD degree, and quickly solidified as a core member of the G&G group.
Working predominantly as a reservoir geomodeller, my skills frame an integrated seismic-to-simulation toolbox with a particular penchant for fault seals, upscaling techniques, and flow simulations.
Being a member of Energean family since 2015, I experienced Energean’s game-changing transformation from a relatively inconspicuous small-cap company to the leading E&P Company in the Eastern Mediterranean and one of the most exciting independent companies in the industry.
Surely an enthralling occasion for any determined and ambitious professional!
When I first joined Energean in 2014, I oversaw the provision of catering services on the Energean Force in Kavala, treating it as a uniquely busy and fully booked “hotel”.
Upon rejoining in mid-2020, I am currently involved in the coordination of all facilities related to Energean, both offshore and onshore, on all countries of operational presence. A challenging project that, combined with the newly acquired facilities of Edison E&P and the ever-expanding vision of our Board, only confirms what I already had known from long ago; no day is the same when working at Energean.
Ioannis Vassos joined Energean on 2016 as procurement engineer for Epsilon project. From 2017 onwards he is the Procurement Manager responsible for all procurement activities of the Group and as of 2020 he is also Integration Coordinator following the acquisition of Edison E&P.
He started his career on 2000 as an interim engineer at Vosper Thornycroft UK. He worked as commissioning engineer, assistant and gradually as project manager at Elefsis Shipbuilding S.A, in various offshore and onshore construction projects, before taking the role of Head of New Buildings Procurement including also relevant Warehouse, Logistic and QA/QC activities.
Ioannis holds a BSc as a Mechanical Engineer, he is a certified Welding Engineer by European Welding Federation (EWF) and international Institute of Welding (IIW).
I am Priscila, Brazilian and new immigrant to Israel since February 2020. My decision to live here was driven by a wish of a personal fulfilment and connection with the country, as well as a strong aspiration to be part of the development of the fascinating natural gas industry in here.
Having worked for more than 7 years in BG Group as an Operations Engineer and in Shell as an Offshore Production Technologist, I believe I have brought in good experience, the necessary to contribute to this endeavour.
Nowadays, I work as an Operations Process Engineer for Karish Field and I am thrilled by the opportunity of being part of the construction of Energean Power FPSO and its path to first gas.
Energean is an enjoyable place to work. For me, it is a BIG SMALL company and I Love it. Big, by having strong goals and being committed to big achievements, aiming to be a net-zero emitter by 2050. Small, in a welcoming cosy way that allows you to easily approach any colleague around the world, reaching for help, working together, sharing experiences. It feels like a family!
I am Eidan, an Environmental Officer and work for Energean since 2019. Energean team is a group of highly talented specialists who contribute their knowledge and encourage and support the rest of the team to succeed in the common goal.
Previously I worked for the Israeli government , having the role of an Environmental representative across the various Israeli planning committees.
I am passionate about the interface between a Development and the Environment, specifically how our development and growth ambitions can be achieved while considering the surroundings and avoiding negative impacts on both Humans and the Environment .
Therefore, I am honoured to be part of a company who commits and invests to become a Net Zero emitter by 2050!
! am the tax controller for Energean Israel, which I joined in 2019.
I am a CPA and a registered advocate of the Israeli Bar Association. Previously, I worked at the tax departments in Deloitte and EY and I have done my legal internship in the investigation department of the Israeli Securities Authority.
Holding LLB and BA (Accounting) from the Interdisciplinary center in Israel, and a mediator certificate from the Israeli Bar Association, I believe I have brought in extensive experience in Israeli and international taxation
I have two kids and I love traveling! I’m fascinated with the innovation and open-mindedness in Energean. I’m always encouraged to be the best that I can be (not only professionally). The team includes so many great people, I learn from everyone I work with.
My name is Elad Zohar and I am the Security Coordination Officer in Israel.
I am 37 years old, married and father of two lovely daughters. I am interested in geostrategy and hold a Master's degree in this field.
For me Energean is much more than a workplace. It is:
- An island of stability in an insane reality (at least during 2020).
- An opportunity to take part in an innovative project which also enables daily learning.
- A place where every employee is respected and offered an opportunity to become influential.
- An entity that respects the planet and operates in a responsible and environment-friendly manner.
- An organisation where the managers set a personal example.
- A company that encourages you to progress, learn, develop and succeed.
- A chance to work in harmony and a fruitful way with co-workers who come from different countries .
I am proud to be part of Energean family!