After the conclusion of the Open Days 2021, Politecnico di Torino organized the Open Days – OFF, a one-month series of side events to get deeper into the master’s degree programmes and the topics linked to them. DIATI proposed three events, where representatives of the industrial and job sector intervened. In particular, the following webinar focussed on Petroleum and Mining Engineering:
22 June, 2-3 pm Italian time | Petroleum and Mining Engineers in the era of Energy transition
Chair: Prof. Francesca Verga
Morgane Alleoud - Master degree obtained at the engineering school of geology of Nancy ENSG (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Géologie, France). Currently he is the mine geologist of an underground mine of talc in Piedmont (Italy).
In this underground mine he is responsible for the mine planning (short and long term), supporting the production team and the Reserves and Resources assessment and reporting.
Maria Giulia De Donno - She has recently completed her MBA at SDA Bocconi and she is working as Senior Associate Consultant in a top mgmt. consultancy company. In her past Giulia has developed her professional experience as a planner and coordinator of complex O&G operations, with a proven record of accomplishment across multiple client accounts, companies and geographic areas. She is an Alumna of PoliTO and in SPE, she is the YP Chairperson of SPE Italy.
Giorgio Russo - He holds an MSc cum laude in Petroleum Engineering (2016) at Politecnico di Torino with an experimental thesis developed at Istanbul Technical University. As a fresh graduate, he worked for ExxonMobil as a Project Engineer coordinating the execution phase of several refinery projects in Sicily. Afterwards, he joined Eni by attending the 2nd Level Specializing Master in Petroleum Eng & Ops at Politecnico di Torino. At Eni HQ in Milan, he has been working as a Reservoir Engineer on multiple topics (well performance and production optimization, virtual metering, reservoir simulation) applied to Eni assets worldwide.
Matteo Trevisan - He is a Production Engineer working for Eni at the COVA plant in Basilicata, Southern Italy. He serves as Liaison Sections in the SPE Italian Section Board and as First Term Coordinator of the Beyond the Borders 2021 Committee. He holds a Chemical Engineering degree at University of Padua and a Specializing Master in Petroleum Engineering at Politecnico of Turin.
Diego Zurolo - General Manager and CEO in Lochaline Quartz Sand Limited (owned by Minerali Industriali Srl), producer of a high-quality silica sand for glass market.
He has a master degree in Environmental and Land Engineering, specialization in geoengineering, achieved at Politecnico di Torino in 2012 and a master in business administration achieved in 2018 at Bologna Business School.
He worked for Minerali Industriali Srl in several sites around the world from 2012 to 2014; in 2014 he was appointed as Mine Manager for Lochaline Quartz Sand Ltd. In January 2019, he was appointed as General Manager of Lochaline Quartz Sand Limited and director for the UK based mining operations.
Massimiliano Giamberini - Reservoir Engineer at Eni in Milan HQ supporting the USA and Venezuela BUs for technical studies. He serves as Liaison Faculty in the SPE Italian Section Board and he is a member of SPE International Membership Committee. He holds an Energy Engineering degree at Polytechnic University of Milan and a Specializing Master in Petroleum Engineering at Polytechnic University of Turin.