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LONDON, June 4 (Reuters) - The head of oil trading and operations at Italian major Eni has left the firm, the company confirmed in a statement on Tuesday.
Alessandro Des Dorides left last week after about six months in his new role, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters earlier.
Eni will appoint a new oil trading and operations manager in the next few days, a spokesman for Eni said in an emailed statement to Reuters. He did not comment on why Des Dorides left.
Des Dorides was promoted to the role of senior vice president trading oil and operations around the end of last year, according to his LinkedIn profile and one of the sources.
Des Dorides did not immediately respond to a message sent on LinkedIn. (Reporting by Julia Payne Editing by Edmund Blair and Marguerita Choy)