The Enagás Board of Directors propose to the next shareholders meeting that will be held on May 27 the appointments as new directors of Teresa Arcos, until yesterday general director of Telecommunications and Organization of Audiovisual Communication Services, and Natalia Fabra, energy expert and daughter of Jorge Fabra, former president of Red Eléctrica de Spain (REE) and former councilor of the National Energy Commission (CNE).
On the board of Enagás are, among others, the former president of AP, Antonio Hernandez Mancha; the ex-ministers of the PP Ana Palacio and Isabel Tocino; the former socialist minister Jose Blanco; the former president of the Generalitat and former socialist minister Jose Montilla; Y Christopher Gallego, a graduate in aeronautical engineering proposed by United We Can.
Arcos and Fabra will occupy two of the gaps left by the departure of Rosa Rodríguez, Luis García and Martí Parellada. In this way, the council reduces the number of its members from 16 to 15, increasing the number of independent directors to 73.33% (11 out of 15) and the number of women to 33.33% (five out of 15).
Teresa Arcos, who left her post yesterday at her own request, had assumed the design of the regulation and promotion of the telecommunications and audiovisual sector, and the development of the Digital Strategy Spain 2025.