Teresa Ribera relieves one of the few remaining senior positions of the Rajoy stage




The fourth vice president of the Government and minister for the Ecological Transition, Teresa Ribera, has ceased the president of Cores, Pedro Miras, one of the few senior positions that remained from the Mariano Rajoy stage. His position has been filled by Juana María Lázaro, so far undersecretary of the aforementioned ministry, as that body has informed the CNMV today.

Cores is an entity attached to the Ministry for Ecological Transition that contributes to guarantee the security of hydrocarbon supply in Spain through the maintenance of reserves of petroleum products and the control of the stocks that the industry maintains in relation to petroleum products, liquefied petroleum gases (LPG) and natural gas.

First woman director general of the AEAT

La Rioja Juana María Lázaro joined the Ministry of Finance in 1971, has a degree in Law and an account auditor, inspector of Finance since 1983 and advised in the offices of the undersecretary and the Minister of Economy and Finance between 1984 and 1994, the latter year in which She became the first female general director of the State Tax Administration Agency (AEAT).

In April 2004 and until December 2011, she was the first woman appointed deputy secretary of the Ministry of Economy and Finance, remaining as such throughout the term of second vice president Pedro Solbes and second vice president Elena Salgado.

From January 2012 to June 2018, she was Minister of Finance in the Permanent Representation of Spain before the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the Spanish embassy in France. Finally, In June 2018 he joined the Ministry for Ecological Transition, as undersecretary for the Ecological Transition.

She has also been a Counselor in Transmediterranea (1987 to 1994), Carcesa (1989 to 1992), Crédito y Caución (1993 and 1994 and 2004 to 2011), CLH (1994, 1995 and 1996), Endesa (1994, 1995 and 1996 ), Enusa (1996 and 1997), Telfisa (1996 and 1997), Expoagua (2005 to 2008), SEPI (2004 to 2011), Canasa (2019) and La Almoraima (2018 and 2019).

For its part, Pedro Miras He was appointed by the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism in February 2012 as President of Cores. Until then he was director of Petroleum of the National Energy Commission (CNE). Miras had developed a good part of his career at Repsol, where he was deputy director of planning and control between 1996 and 2000.


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