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Paweł Majewski appointed President of PGNiG Management Board

Paweł Majewski has been appointed as President of PGNiG Management Board.

Mr Majewski is a graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University. He completed a postgraduate Executive Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme at Warsaw Management University.

A manager with many years’ experience in managing corporations, including state-owned companies. He has served as President of the Management Board of Grupa LOTOS, Vice President of the Management Board of Huta Stalowa Wola, Member of the Management Board of DO & CO Poland and President of the Management Board of Airport Cleaning Service. He has many years of professional experience in leadership roles, for instance at PETROLOT (currently ORLEN Aviation) and as Director of the Variable Margin and Production Management Division at PGNiG TERMIKA.

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