Roberto Casula

Roberto Casula

Consigliere di Amministrazione, Eni Foundation
 

Currently employed at ENI, Eni Foundation

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    Summary

    Chief Development, Operations & Technology Officer di Eni S.p.A., Roberto Casula nasce a Cagliari nel 1962. Dopo la laurea in Ingegneria Mineraria presso l’Università di Cagliari, nel 1988 entra in Eni come Reservoir Engineer. I primi anni del suo percorso professionale si svolgono nei campi petroliferi italiani. Nel 1992 si trasferisce in Africa Occidentale dove assume il ruolo di Chief Development Engineer. Nel 1997, ritornato nella sede centrale dell’azienda come coordinatore delle attività di Business Development per Africa e Medio Oriente, contribuisce allo sviluppo di nuove iniziative e attività di portafoglio. Nel 2000 diventa Manager per Servizi Tecnici di Progetto e un anno dopo si trasferisce in Iran come Direttore del progetto Giant South Pars Gas 4-5. Nel periodo 2004 - 2005 assume varie posizioni manageriali nella Divisione Exploration & Production di Eni, concludendo l’esperienza in qualità di Chief Executive Officer di Eni Mediterranea Idrocarburi Spa. A fine 2005 si ferma per più di due anni in Libia dove, con la nomina di Managing Director, conclude la rinegoziazione dei contratti petroliferi e avvia un significativo programma di progetti sociali. Da fine 2007, in qualità di Senior Vice President, diventa responsabile per le attività operative e di business nell’Africa Subsahariana. Nel 2011 amplia le sue responsabilità all’intera Africa e al Medio Oriente diventando Executive Vice President per Eni Divisione Exploration & Production. Da luglio 2014 Roberto Casula è Chief Development, Operations & Technology Officer e Consigliere di Amministrazione di Eni Foundation. Chief Development, Operations & Technology Officer at Eni S.p.A., Roberto Casula was born in Cagliari in 1962. After the graduation in Mining Engineering at the University of Cagliari, he joined Eni in 1988 as Reservoir Engineer. He spent his first years of his professional path working in the Italian oil fields. In 1992, he moved to West Africa where he was appointed Chief Development Engineer. In 1997, he came back to the headquarter as coordinator of Business Development activities for Africa and the Middle East, giving a significant contribution to several initiatives and activities. In 2000 Roberto Casula became Technical Services Manager and the following year he moved to the Middle East as Project Director on a giant gas production project. From 2004 to 2005, he held a number of managerial positions in Eni’s Exploration & Production Division, concluding the experience as Chief Executive Officer of Eni Mediterranea Idrocarburi S.p.A. At the end of 2005, he stopped in Lybia for more than two years to work as Managing Director: there, he closed successfully important negotiations and launched some important social projects. At the end of 2007, as Senior Vice President, he became Responsible for Operational and Business Activities in Sub-Saharan Africa. In 2011 his responsibilities were extended to the whole of Africa and the Middle East, as Executive Vice President for Eni Exploration & Production Division. From July 2014 Roberto Casula is Chief Development, Operations & Technology Officer and Director of Eni Foundation.

Experiences

Consigliere di Amministrazione

At Eni Foundation

From 2014 to Present
 

Chief Development, Operations & Technology Officer

At ENI

From 2014 to Present
 

Senior Vice President - Business nell’Africa subsaha

At ENI

From 2007 to 2011
 

Chief Executive Officer

At Eni Mediterranea Idrocarburi S.p.A.

From 2004 to 2005
 

Coordinatore delle attività di Business Development per Africa e Medio Oriente

At ENI

From 1997 to 2000
 

Skills

 
  • International Negotiations
  • Oil & Gas Business Development
  • Petroleum Engineering
  • Project Management

Langues parlées

 

Centres d'intérêt

 
  • Calcio (squadra: Cagliari)
  • Golf
  • Lirica (Puccini)
  • Musica Barocca