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Torben Brabo appointed new president of GIE

Torben Brabo, CEO of Energinet Gas TSO, has been elected as Gas Infrastructure Europe’s (GIE) new President for a 24-month term. Mr Brabo takes over the Presidency from ENGIE’s Jean-Marc Leroy who has served as GIE President since 2015.

Mr Brabo is the CEO of the Gas TSO in Energinet, the Danish national transmission system operator for electricity and gas. He has 25 years of experience in the energy and gas sector in Denmark and abroad. Prior to joining Energinet, he took part in European power and gas projects as part of the liberalisation of the Danish gas market in 2002-2004.

As the current CEO in Energinet Gas TSO, Torben Brabo is highly involved in European renewable and low-carbon gas projects. Besides of being GIE’s President, he is engaged in ENTSOG (European Network of gas TSOs) and the European gas
capacity trading platform PRISMA and promoting ERGAR. Moreover, he participates in several decarbonisation projects, such as the Green Gas Initiative and Gas for Climate. He has also held a position as chairman of the board of the Danish-Swedish gas exchange Gaspoint Nordic.

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