Laurent Percebois joined ENTSOG in July 2015 and he works in the Market Area on transmission tariffs.
From 2002 to2007 he held a 5-year teaching and research position in the Economics department of Pantheon-Sorbonne University. After an experience as an analyst in a consultancy in 2007, in 2008 he joined Gaz de France, later renamed GDF Suez. There he held several positions: first as Research Engineer working on the economics of gas supply, then as Economic Analyst in the CEEME department, where he focused on benchmarking the regulation of gas infrastructure across Europe, specialising in the regulation in Great Britain. After he joined the Infrastructure business line of GDF Suez in 2011, he began working on the gas network codes with a focus on the TAR NC. He joined the integrated GRTgaz, the transmission subsidiary of GDF Suez (now Engie), in early 2015.
He completed his PhD in Economics at Pantheon-Sorbonne University in Paris in 2006.