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Dmytro Lyppa appointed CEO of Gas Transmission System Operator of Ukraine

Dmytro Lyppa has been appointed as the CEO of the Gas Transmission System Operator of Ukraine (GTSOU), the company announced on 21 March.

He was elected to the position based on the results of an open selection announced by the company’s shareholder JSC MGU and appointed to the post with the approval of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine on 17 March.

“It is a great responsibility and honour for me to lead the company whose work is essential to the country’s energy security. The team of Gas TSO of Ukraine demonstrated impressive resilience and professionalism, keeping the gas transportation system in operation and ensuring the gas supply in the country during wartime. Today, the company’s operational and financial stability and uninterrupted gas supply to consumers are the primary and most important tasks in this position for me and for the entire management team,” said Mr Lyppa.

Dmytro Lyppa has a managerial background in the industrial sector, implementing projects of operational efficiency and modernisation at production enterprises. He graduated from the Kyiv National Economic University and has an MBA degree from the IMD Business School in Switzerland. Prior to joining to Gas Transmission System Operator of Ukraine, he led the metallurgical enterprise, Kamet Steel.

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