Silvio Nobili

Italian Regulatory Authority for Energy, Networks and Environment (Rome)

Silvio Nobili is an experienced writer, a professional journalist, a public relations officer and a professional lawyer. He has been serving as Communication Official and Spokesman at The Italian Regulatory Authority for Energy, Networks and Enviroment (ARERA) since 2015. He graduated very young in law from Luiss - Guido Carli University in Rome and started as legal consultant in the Antitrust department at White & Case in Milan, where he successfully worked on RAI and RAM’s defense strategy (Italy’s largest antitrust case and the second antitrust case in European Union at that time). With the experience and continuing education he became a professional journalist and worked as a freelancer for the most popular newspaper and press agency, and became an editor in one of the main Italian economic newspapers, responsible for uncovering new stories, performing market research and writing hard-hitting articles. He interviewed the highest profiles in Italian corporate and political world and developed a strong network that enabled him to continually uncover new stories, writing over 400 articles. He spent 7 years in the External Relations office at Equitalia SpA, the Italian tax collector agency, where he managed integrated communication strategy for the agency’s website, media releases, ghost writing, internal communication, and social media, eventually becoming Head of Digital Communications. He represents the new digital multi-specialized professional with a distinctly journalistic DNA, a sense of the news, and the ability to clearly communicate complex laws and regulations.

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Luciano Vasques, Silvio Nobili The Italian Competition Authority fines gas supplier with the highest fine ever imposed to a single company in Italy for abuse of dominant position in wholesale supply of natural gas on the basis of Art. 82 EC (Trans Tunisian Pipeline Company-Eni)


On 15 February 2006, The Italian Competition Authority (the “Authority”), alleged that ENI had abused its dominant position in the market of wholesale supply of natural gas in Italy (the “relevant Market”) by impeding the entry of competitors into the Relevant Market (“Authority decision”). The (...)

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