The Ministry of Economy, which is a minority interest holder in OMV Petrom, with 20.63% of the shares of the largest oil and gas producer in Romania, wants to propose the former head of ANRE Niculae Havrileț, currently secretary of state in the ministry, in the position of member in the Supervisory Board of the company, according to Profit.ro.
“Mr. Niculae Havrileț held between June 2012 – October 2017 the position of president of the National Energy Regulatory Authority – ANRE. Between February 2018 – August 2019, he was an advisor to the Minister of Energy. In these qualities, Mr. Niculae Havrileț has accumulated a vast experience in the field of energy and natural gas. By the decision of the Prime Minister No. 490 from 06.12.2019, Mr. Niculae Havrileț was appointed as Secretary of State at the Ministry of Economy, Energy and Business Environment,” it is shown in a government document proposal, which must be approved by the prime minister Ludovic Orban.
In January, at the ministry’s request, the company’s board convened the GSM on March 3 for the dismissal of former Deputy Prime Minister Sevil Shhaideh as a member of the Supervisory Board and the election of a new member.