Edouard Neviaski has been appointed Executive Vice President, Energy Management & Trading
Edouard Neviaski started his career with Société Générale in commodities trading. He was appointed CEO of Gaselys, the energy trading joint-venture of Gaz de France and Société Générale, when created in 2001. He then held the position of Global Head of Commodities Markets within Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking from 2006 to 2012. In 2012, he was named Chief Executive Officer of GDF SUEZ Trading, which combined the trading teams of Gaselys and Electrabel.
Energy Management & Trading (EMT) is responsible for the management of ENGIE’s asset portfolio in continental Europe, with the role to ensure competitive energy for the Group’s customers. The EMT teams negotiate ENGIE’s natural gas supply contracts and optimise its European power asset portfolio and energy wholesale contracts (long-term contracts, transmission, storage, and re-gasification capacities). They provide customers with natural gas and electricity, as well as energy price risk management services.
EMT manages one of the largest and most diversified energy portfolios in Europe, including electricity, natural gas, oil products, coal, biomass and environmental products (CO2 emissions, green certificates, Guarantees of Origin…), particularly through its trading activities in global energy marketplaces.
ENGIE develops its businesses (power, natural gas, energy services) around a model based on responsible growth to take on the major challenges of energy’s transition to a low-carbon economy: access to sustainable energy, climate-change mitigation and adaptation, security of supply and the rational use of resources. The Group provides individuals, cities and businesses with highly efficient and innovative solutions largely based on its expertise in four key sectors: renewable energy, energy efficiency, liquefied natural gas and digital technology. ENGIE employs 152,900 people worldwide and achieved revenues of €74.7 billion in 2014. The Group is listed on the Paris and Brussels stock exchanges (GSZ) and is represented in the main international indices: CAC 40, BEL 20, DJ Euro Stoxx 50, Euronext 100, FTSE Eurotop 100, MSCI Europe and Euronext Vigeo (World 120, Eurozone 120, Europe 120 and France 20).