Gasco Energy Ltd appoints new plant manager


Engineer David Degiorgio has been appointed Plant Manager at Gasco Energy Ltd, replacing Engineer Robert Bonavia who is seizing a new opportunity after more than a decade in this role.

Degiorgio has 27 years of manufacturing experience, including 20 years in managerial positions, including setting up two new production facilities at different sites.

Paul Agius Delicata, CEO of Gasco Energy Ltd, said: “Robert has been instrumental in the construction and operation of Gasco’s facilities for many years. We would therefore like to thank him for his invaluable contribution and wish him the best for the future. We are convinced that in David we have found the perfect replacement, bringing with him a wealth of experience and a practical, solution-oriented approach.

Degiorgio said: “I look forward to working alongside the great team at Gasco and contributing to its continued success. Over the years, I have managed many aspects of industrial production processes with a solid scientific background and experience in managing budgets, quality, human resources, inventory and health and safety. The role of plant manager will now allow me to bring all these experiences together in a forward-looking industry leader.

Gasco Energy Ltd is a joint venture between Multigas Ltd, a leading Maltese company in the manufacture of industrial and medical gases, and Liquigas SPA, which is part of SHV Energy (NL), a global leader in the LPG sector present in more than 20 countries. Gasco owns and operates a fully automated EUR 25 million LPG (Liquid Petroleum Gas) marine terminal, storage, cylinder filling and cylinder testing facility located in Bengħajsa.

Gasco Energy Ltd has an ongoing agreement to store gas for Liquigas and to service and refill Liquigas green cylinders, thus ensuring the safety and security of supply to Liquigas customers.

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