Board of Directors of Cenit, a subsidiary of Ecopetrol, elected Alexánder Cadena as the new president of the company

Board of Directors of Cenit, a subsidiary of Ecopetrol, elected Alexánder Cadena as the new president of the company
Board of Directors of Cenit, a subsidiary of Ecopetrol, elected Alexánder Cadena as the new president of the company

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This Monday it was known that Alexánder Cadena will be the new president of the hydrocarbon transportation company Cenit, which is a subsidiary of the Ecopetrol Group.

Cadena served as president of Ocensa, which is the Central Oil Pipeline of Colombia, another subsidiary of Ecopetrol.

The board of directors explained in a statement that it carried out a “rigorous analysis” of various candidates, as mandated by regulations, but finally he decided on Cadena because he better met the requirements of said position.

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Chain will replace Héctor Manosalva Rojas in that position, who served five years in the presidency. The splicing is expected to last about a month.

Who is it?

The new president He is a chemical engineer “cum laude” from the Industrial University of Santander (UIS) and a master’s degree in Business Administration from the Externado University of Colombia.

The company maintained that, in fact, He has 30 years of experience and extensive knowledge of the country’s energy sector, in which the areas of production and transportation of hydrocarbons, natural gas, electricity, renewable energies, market mechanisms, regulation and competitiveness stand out.

Besides, The new president has already faced other management positions, as the presidency of ODL, manager of New Downstream Businesses, Head of the Risk Management Unit, and Business Developer of the Gas Management at Ecopetrol; Director of Strategy and New Business at Cenit.

Likewise, he was a member of the boards of directors of Invercolsa, Oleoducto de Colombia, Surtigás, Gases del Oriente, Empresa de Energía de Bogotá, and Gases del Caribe, among others.

 
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