Leblond takes over from Patrick Schnell, who continues to work for the group. Joining the company in 2001, Luxembourg’s new director previously occupied the same position in Poland for three years.
“I am pleased to join this dynamic team and look forward to taking over the projects of my predecessor,” Leblond said in a statement issued on 9 September.
“But above all, I am also aware of the challenges we are currently facing,” he added. “The energy transition is TotalEnergies' top priority in Luxembourg, and we have made it our mission to support all our customers in their mobility and in reducing their carbon footprint.”
TotalEnergies has 45 petrol stations in the grand duchy and employs more than 400 people.