Frédéric Deybach became an Engineering Duty Officer in the French Navy after his graduation from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Etudes et Techniques d'Armement (ENSIETA, Brest, France) in 1992 with an Engineer Degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. He served for three years in the Surface Ship design office of DCN Ingénierie in Paris as deputy naval architect for CHARLES DE GAULLE Aircraft Carrier and later as nuclear safety manager.
After graduating from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT, Boston, USA) in 1997 with a Master of Science, he returned to DCN Ingénierie where he was the naval architect for two frigates and the new amphibious assault ship ordered by the French Navy.
He joined Gaztransport & Technigaz (GTT) in 1998 as a commercial engineer. He was Manager of the Marketing Department between 2002 and 2007, actively promoting the membrane technology around the world.
Between October 2007 and December 2009 he was Director of the Engineering Division, which is principally in charge of, the design of the Cargo Containment System and the Cargo Handling System, and the supply of all related drawings and calculation notes to shipyards and classification societies for each new LNG Carrier project.
In January 2010, he resumed his commercial functions as Commercial Vice President.
He joined GDF SUEZ headquarters in April 2011. As Vice President Prospection for GDF SUEZ LNG, he was in charge of prospecting for new LNG supplies and for opportunities in new projects.
He became Senior Vice President Business Development Retail LNG in July 2014; he is in charge of the development of Small Scale Niche markets.