Alessandro joined FuelsEurope in September 2011, and is responsible for its advocacy activities.
He is based at the FuelsEurope office in Brussels.
After graduating in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Pisa, he joined ENI in 1986, gaining an extensive international experience in many field of the Refining & Marketing sector of the oil industry.
He has been refinery technologist in Italy (Livorno) and in Germany (Ingolstadt), then Project & Investment Planner in the ENI Headquarters in Rome.
Thereafter he held the position of Operating and Planning Director in the Czech Refining Company (Czech Republic).
In 2000 he relocated to the USA, as CEO of American Agip, an affiliate of ENI engaged in trading of oil products and marketing of lubricants.
He then covered the position of CEO in Agip Deutschland, the German commercial affiliate of ENI R&M, with activities in retail (petrol stations), wholesale and refining (as shareholder in the JV refineries of Schwedt and Vohburg/Neustadt).
He then went back to ENI in Italy, first as Retail Business Development and M&A Head for Europe, and then as Chief Technical Executive in the Livorno Refinery.
Alessandro is Italian, and is married with two daughters.
Moderator: Barbara Gasperini, journalist
In order to achieve the global strategic goals of environmental sustainability and decarbonization, the transportation and logistics sector today faces unprecedented challenges. The need to incentivize the deployment of alternative fuels and the existence of different fuel alternatives to be used for the (progressive) decarbonization of logistics and transport systems offer significant food for thought in order to assess the appropriateness of greater regulation of market supply in this particular sector.