Artur Zawartko

Artur Zawartko

Company: Gaz-System

Position: Deputy Chairman of the Board

He is a graduate from the Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology and two post-graduate courses of studies at the Warsaw School of Economics (Goodwill Management and Human Capital Development), as well as a participant of managerial courses at the Leon Koźmiński University and ICAN Institute.

He served the function of the President of the Management Board of Przedsiębiorstwo Eksploatacji Rurociągów Naftowych „Przyjaźń” and the Vice President of the Management Board of Nafta Polska SA.  A member of supervisory boards of a number of companies from the power and chemical sectors: Międzynarodowe Przedsiębiorstwo Rurociągowe “Sarmatia”, Zakłady Azotowe Kędzierzyn SA (Chairman of the Board), Zakłady Chemiczne “Organika Sarzyna” SA (Chairman of the Board). A long-term, nominated employee of the Supreme Chamber of Control, where, among other things, he served the function of the Director of the Department of Strategy and of the Department of Professional Development Control Methodology.
  
During his professional work in higher managerial positions in joint-stock companies, he carried out processes of enterprise restructuring, transforming them into companies of a commercial character, focused on the preparation and implementation of a developmental strategy; he participated in the work of Inter-Governmental Working Groups negotiating international co-operation agreements in the power sector (Poland, the Ukraine, Lithuania, Azerbaijan, Georgia) and of working groups negotiating agreements between the following companies: PERN Przyjaźń with Uktransnafta (the Ukraine), State Oil Company of the Azerbaijan Republic (“SOCAR”), Georgian Oil and Gas Corporation Ltd. (“GOGC”), Klaipedos Nafta (Lithuania), regarding the accession to the MPR Sarmatia sp. z o.o. company. Within the framework of the work in the supervisory authorities of commercial companies, he was involved in privatization and restructuring processes of companies from the chemical sector.

Participates in the sessions:

  • The gas market in Europe and in Poland

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