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Luis Casado Padilla

Director Safety, Environment & Sustainability
Repsol

Luis Casado studied Chemistry at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM), where he got his Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering (1992). After a short staying at the Koninklijke/Shell-Laboratorium, in Amsterdam, he initiated his PhD work at the Chemical Engineering Department of UCM, were he got his Doctor Degree. He completed his education with the Leadership Program at Universidad Francisco de Vitoria and the Advanced Management Seminar for Repsol at ESADE Business School.

During his staying at the Faculty of Chemistry, he was an assistant professor at the Chemical Engineering Department. After that, and as a professional at Repsol, he collaborated as associated professor with the School of Technology and Experimental Science at Rey Juan Carlos University in Madrid.

He started his professional career at Repsol in 1996, working as a process engineer in the Engineering Division.

In 1998 he joined the Refining Division of the Company, working in the in the area of Business Development (Technology and Projects department), where he developed his career in different positions, until the year 2012, when he was appointed Environmental Footprint and Carbon Unit Director in Repsol Health Safety and Environment Division. In the year 2014 he came back to Refining as Technology Development and Innovation Director. Current responsibilities combine business development functions (refining technologies and project evaluation, LP modelling as well as regulatory affairs) with innovation, continuous improvement and knowledge management. In April 2016 he was appointed Director Safety, Environment & Sustainability.

He has represented Repsol in different international forum. He initiated his collaboration with Fuels Europe (EUROPIA by that time), the European Refining Association, in 2005, participating in the Industrial Products Action Group, and since 2008 until 2012, as a member of the Advisory Committee of the Association.  Since 2005 until 2012 he also collaborated with the European Refining Technology Conference as advisor, and in the year 2013 represented Repsol in the Climate Change Working Group (CCWG) of IPIECA.

Luis Casado Padilla will be speaking at:

IOC panel: Calling for a sustainable, decarbonised energy mix – what is the way forward to meet greater energy demand with less CO2?

2016/10/21 10:00 - 10:40

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