EDF Trading appoints Head of Flexibility Optimisation

EDF Trading, a wholly-owned subsidiary of EDF S.A., is pleased to announce the appointment of Morgane Trieu-Cuot as Head of Flexibility Optimisation (Derivatives Trading) effective June 2016.  Trieu-Cuot will be based in London and report to Marcello Romano, Head of Trading, Europe.  She will be responsible for pricing and modelling methodology, derivatives trading and strategy.

Trieu-Cuot re-joins EDF Trading from BP where she was a Senior Cross Commodity Trader.

“I’m delighted to welcome Morgane back to EDF Trading.  She first joined us in 2004 and spent over 10 years helping to develop our flexible asset services.  She knows our business, the EDF Group and our third party customers and is widely respected in the market place which makes her ideal to lead this business and build out our product offering”, said John Rittenhouse, Chief Executive of EDF Trading.

For further information, please contact:

EDF Trading
Michele Reid, Head of Communications
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7061 4232

About EDF Trading
EDF Trading is a leader in the international wholesale energy markets. It manages a portfolio of assets which give it the ability to source, supply, transport, store, blend and convert physical commodities around the world.  These capabilities enable EDF Trading to deliver essential asset optimisation services, risk management and wholesale market access to the EDF Group and its third party customers, helping them to realise the value inherent in their asset portfolios.

EDF Trading is active in the electricity, natural gas, LNG, LPG, coal and freight and environmental products markets.  It is one of the largest wholesale market traders in Europe for power and gas and one of the leading marketers of gas and power in the US.  Its subsidiary, EDF Energy Services is one of the main providers of generation services for power generation companies in the US and a leading US energy retailer for large commercial and industrial customers.

EDF Trading is a 100% owned subsidiary of EDF, the world’s biggest electricity generator.

EDF Trading has around 950 employees with offices in the UK, Europe, Singapore, China, the United States and Canada.