PhD cum laude in Chemical Sciences from the Complutense University of Madrid and has a long track record in the energy and environmental sectors. In his professional career he has held positions of maximum responsibility in both the private and public sectors.
He joined Enagás as Chief Executive Officer in February 2022. Previously, he had been part of the Repsol team since 1990. There he held senior management positions including Executive Managing Director of People and Organization and General Manager of Communication, Institutional Relations and Chairman’s Office, being also responsible for the Audit, Control and Risk areas. In addition, throughout his extensive professional experience he has been responsible for Research, Environment and Quality. He was a member of the Executive Committee of the company from 2016.
In the public field he has been General Director of the Environment Agency of the Community of Madrid, General Director of Environmental Policy and General Secretary for the Prevention of Pollution and Climate Change in the Ministry of Environment, Government of Spain.
He has also been President of the Spanish Committee of the World Energy Council and Vice-president of the Club Español de la Energía, of which he is currently a member of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors. He has been awarded the Cross of Military Merit with White Distinction.
He also has a recognized literary career. He has published four historical novels: El heredero de Tartessos (Imágica 2009, Evohé 2013), El cáliz de Melqart (Evohé 2014, Hislibris Award for Best Spanish Historical Novel 2014), La cólera de Aníbal (Evohé 2018, for which he won the Hislibris Award for Best Spanish Author of Historical Novel 2019) and Tras las huellas de Aníbal (Almuzara 2022).
He has also translated travel books and published a collection of poems. He is a member of the editorial team of the collections El Periscopio and Intravagantes, of Evohé Editions.