Russian Econ Ministry's Peter Bobylev appointed as fifth dep energy minister
MOSCOW. Oct 4 (Interfax) - Peter Bobylev, who headed the Russian Economic Development Ministry's Department for Competition, Energy Efficiency, and Environment, has become the fifth deputy energy minister following the departure of Anatoly Yanovsky.
The Energy Ministry's press service said that Bobylev had worked in various positions in the Russian Energy Ministry from 2010, prior to which he was employed as CJSC Integrated Energy Systems, OJSC OGK-4, and Surgutskaya GRES-2.
Bobylev will now be overseeing the activities of two departments in the Energy Ministry: the Department of Foreign Economic Cooperation and Development of Fuel Markets, which is headed by Sergei Mochalnikov, and the Department of Finances and Property Relations, which is under the management of Tatiana Fisenko.
Bobylev was born in the Chelyabinsk region on July 21, 1980. He graduated from the thermal power faculty of the Ural State Technical University - Ural Polytechnic Institute (USTU-UPI) specializing in Thermal Power Plants, and the engineering and economic faculty of USTU-UPI specializing in Economics and Enterprise Management.