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Fernanda Scianna : Senior Consultant

Fernanda is a member of Oxera’s Energy and Regulation & Market Design teams. Prior to joining Oxera in December 2021, she worked for 16 years in the regulatory affairs department of Eni, the Italian energy company. Her areas of specialism are European energy policy, public services regulation, and regulated tariff analysis in infrastructure sectors, including energy and transport. During her studies, Fernanda specialised in economics and management studies in the provision of public services.

Fernanda speaks Italian, French, and English.

Tel: +39 02 30450295

Fernanda's specialisms include:

professional experience

  • Project manager on two tariff regulation projects in the rail sector in Italy (2022–)

  • Project manager on a project in performance assessment and efficiency analysis as part of the RIIO-ED2 price control process in the UK (2022–)

  • Part of the team on a project relating to a regulatory dispute about rail charges for services in Italy (2022)

  • Coordinated Eni’s responses to the European Commission public consultation on the new Hydrogen and Decarbonised gas package (2021)

  • Represented Eni within the Eurogas Wholesale Market Committee and European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET) Gas Committee (2017‒21)

  • Part of the team that successfully applied for exemptions from the Gas Directive obligations for the existing pipelines with third countries (2019‒20)


  • MSc Public Services Management and Economics, Bocconi University, Italy

  • BA Economics, Bocconi University, Italy

Latest Insights:  Fernanda Scianna

Seminar on the Foreign Subsidies Regulation

Join us on 2 February 2023 to hear from some of the foremost experts on the Foreign Subsidies Regulation (‘FSR’), including Ben Smulders, Deputy Director-General, State Aid, DG Competition; Christof Schoser, Head of Commission Task Force on the FSR; Ianis Girgenson, Group General Counsel, United Group; and Denis Redonnet, Deputy… Read More

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