Grigoris Stergioulis was appointed chairman of Enterprise Greece in June 2018. He is a chemical engineer and holds a master’s degree in Advanced Integrated Design from the Houldsworth School of Applied Sciences, University of Leeds in the UK, from where he graduated with distinction. He has extensive professional experience in the oil industry and has worked in various companies both in Greece and abroad.
Since 1984 he has held various managerial positions in different areas of the Hellenic Petroleum Group. He was a member of the management team responsible for the upgrade of the Aspropyrgos refinery during the period 1984-1987, where he was assigned several design and process activities, mainly in process control and production optimization. During the period 2008-2014, he was the project coordinator for the upgrade of the Elefsina refinery.
In May 2015, Mr Stergioulis was appointed as managing director of Hellenic Petroleum SA, a position he held for three years.
He has published several technical articles on topics such as process control, optimization and advanced control systems. He is the author of a book entitled The Oil Market in Southeast Europe, published by the Institute of Energy of South-East Europe and the Greek General Confederation of Labor. He has participated as a speaker in many conferences.
Since February 2017, Mr Stergioulis sits as a councilor of the General Council of the Bank of Greece, while in June 2018 he was appointed to the board of directors of LARCO.
He speaks English and French.