Álvaro Lorente, new Chief Operating Officer at SENER

08/02/2017 (Spain)
Álvaro Lorente, new Chief Operating Officer at SENER

 SENER has appointed Álvaro Lorente as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Power, Oil & Gas Strategic Business Unit, replacing Jesús Cadenas, who will be retiring soon. In addition to performing the duties of the former Operations Management Department, Lorente will take over the areas of Contract Management, Procurement, Subcontracts, Construction, Commissioning and Start-up, and Operation and Maintenance (O&M).

Álvaro Lorente holds an Industrial Engineering Degree from the Pontificia Comillas University, an Advanced Engineering Degree from the ICAI School of Industrial Engineers in Madrid, in the field of Electrical Engineering, and has also studied the General Management Program at IESE business school.

Since 1991, when he joined SENER, his career has seen him managing turnkey industrial and process projects, heading the Mechanics Section, and managing the Operations of the Power, Oil & Gas SBU. Since 2008 he has been the General Manager of Torresol Energy (60% of which is owned by SENER), General Manager of the Energy and Environment Business Area of the SENER Group and, currently, SENER’s International General Manager. 

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