Charlotte Roule becomes the new Managing Director of Storengy, the European leader in underground natural gas storage, as of March 1, 2023. His role will be to develop the company’s know-how in renewable gas storage and natural hydrogen production, while contributing to the energy transition. In addition to her responsibilities, she will also lead the storage business in France, following the departure of Pierre Chambon, former CEO, who joined ENGIE.
Prior to this appointment, Charlotte Roule held the position of Strategy Director within the ENGIE Group. She was in charge of long-term forecasting, strategic dialogue, competitive intelligence and participated in the review of the company’s major projects. She also managed Storengy UK and then ENGIE in China, where she developed projects focused on renewable energy and clean solutions for cities and industries, such as cooling networks and electric mobility.
Charlotte Roule served as Vice President of the European Chamber of Commerce in China from 2018 to 2021 and currently represents the Chamber in Paris. She also sits on the Board of Directors of France Gaz (formerly the French Gas Association). In 2022, she accompanied the President of ENGIE as co-chair of the B20 (G20 business group) Energy, Sustainable Development and Climate working group.
Storengy, a subsidiary of ENGIE, is a world leader in underground natural gas storage. With 70 years of experience, Storengy designs, develops and operates storage facilities and offers innovative products to its customers. It has 21 natural gas storage sites in France, Germany and the United Kingdom, with a total capacity of 136 TWh. Storengy also plays a key role in the field of renewable gases such as biomethane, hydrogen and synthesis gas.