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TAP appoints new Greece Country Manager

TAP appoints new Greece Country Manager

22 August 2017 Engineering, Europe, Gas 0

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) has appointed Katerina Papalexandri Greece Country Manager, effective from 1 September 2017.

Ms Papalexandri has almost 20 years of experience in the energy industry, specialising in gas markets and projects, commercial negotiations and stakeholder management.

She has worked in various senior roles for BP in London since she joined the company in 1998, most recently as Senior Commercial Asset Manager for the Southern Gas Corridor.

She has also worked in other positions which will bring valuable experience to her new role with TAP, including Senior Market Advisor, Business Developer, Transportation Manager and Strategic Risk Manager.

“I’m very pleased that Katerina has joined us as our new Country Office Manager in Greece,” said TAP Managing Director Luca Schieppati.

“As Greece’s largest direct foreign investment, the construction of the TAP will be a major contribution to supporting Greece in becoming a key hub in the energy map of South-eastern Europe.

“As a project of such strategic importance for Greece, we are now entering the final phase as TAP prepares for commercial and operational readiness in order to receive first gas.

“I am confident that Katerina’s many years of experience and deep expertise and knowledge of the energy industry, of Greece and of the Southern Gas Corridor will be instrumental in successfully and safely delivering our project in Greece,” said Mr Schieppati.

For more information visit the TAP website.

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