Roberto Casula is a successful mining engineer who was born and brought up in Cagliari, Italy. He completed his studies from the University of Cagliari in the year 1988. He got a job in the famous company of Italy, Eni, immediately after completing his graduation.
About Roberto Casula
After completing his graduation in mining engineering from the University of Cagliari, Roberto Casula landed a job as a Reservoir Engineer in Eni. Initially, he was the in-charge of logs and production testing. Then he got the duty of supervising the reservoir modeling process. He did that at both the Headquarter of Eni and at the Sophia Antipolis center in Antibes, France.
From the year 1992 to 1993, Roberto Casula worked as a Petroleum Engineer. In 1994, he got promoted to the post of Chief Development and Production Engineer for the Luanda office of Eni Angola.
He then worked as the Development and Production Coordinator at Eni S.p.A. in the Milan office. In 2004, he got nominated for the position of the Managing Director of Gela of Eni Mediterranea Idrocarburi. Then in 2005, he was appointed as the Managing Director of Tripoli of Eni North-Africa BV. Then he got the post of Senior Vice President for the Sub-Saharan Region in Abuja, Nigeria.
In 2011, Casula became the Executive Vice President for the African and Middle Eastern areas. There he made important deals with the high-level authorities of many countries like Kenya, South Africa, Libya, Congo, and Mozambique.
Eni is a multinational company of oil and gas. The headquarter of Eni is in Rome. It has its business operations in 79 countries. It is presently the 11th largest industrial company in the world.
Roberto Casula is currently working in the position of Chief Development, Operations & Technology Officer at Eni. He has a lot of contributions to the success of the organization.