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AlwaysFree: Snam - Dina Lanzi is the New President of the Italian Gas Committee


  • She is the first woman to lead the organisation

According to the company’s website press release on May 2, 2023, Dina Lanzi is the new president of the Italian Gas Committee. She is the first woman president since the CIG's foundation in 1953 and succeeds Eduardo Di Benedetto, who completed his three-year term.

On 27 April, shareholders unanimously voted for Snam’s technical manager for hydrogen and vice-president (serving her second term) of H2it, the Italian hydrogen association. The shareholders thanked Di Benedetto for the fruitful work he did during his presidency and wished newly-elected Lanzi well in her work, underscoring her “high professional profile resulting from the significant experience gained in the gas sector, both for her role at Snam and for her active participation in the CIG's bodies for years”.

Dina Lanzi holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Milan and has 20 years of experience in the gas transmission sector at Snam, where she has held both technical roles in gas standardisation and measurement and roles in the Regulatory Affairs Department, where she was in charge of technical regulation and Service Quality. She is currently the technical manager of the Hydrogen Business Unit and personally co-ordinated the first trial in Europe of feeding a mixture of natural gas and hydrogen into a high-pressure gas transport network, with delivery to industrial end customers.

"The CIG has been playing an enabling role in the evolution of the gas system for 70 years and has contributed to laying out the regulatory framework. At this historic moment, the country needs the contribution of all available decarbonization tools, and the CIG is doing its part, through regulation and training activities, to integrate renewable gases such as biomethane and hydrogen into the energy mix in an efficient and safe way," said newly-elected Dina Lanzi.

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Published on May 26, 2023 3:23 PM (GMT+8)
Last Updated on May 26, 2023 3:23 PM (GMT+8)