Alejandro Bulgheroni

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Alejandro Bulgheroni
Alejandro Pedro Bulgheroni

1944 (age 75–76)
EducationUniversity of Buenos Aires
Net worthUS$3.0 billion (October 2019)[1]
TitleVice president, Bridas
RelativesCarlos Bulgheroni (brother)

Alejandro Pedro Bulgheroni (born 1944)[2] is an Argentine billionaire businessman in the oil and gas sector.

Early life[edit]

Alejandro Bulgheroni was born in Rufino, Santa Fe Province, to a Spanish mother and an Italian father, also called Alejandro Bulgheroni.[3] He was educated at the University of Buenos Aires, from where he obtained a degree in Industrial Engineering.[2] His younger brother is fellow billionaire Carlos Bulgheroni.[1]


Bulgheroni joined his father's company in 1965 when he was 22 years old.[4]

In 2010, Bulgheroni sold 50 percent of Bridas to Chinese state-run CNOOC Group, which was followed by the acquisition of Axion Energy Argentina in 2012, along with ExxonMobil’s crude-oil refineries and fuel and lubricants trading assets in Paraguay, Argentina and Uruguay.[5]

Personal life[edit]

He lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina.[1]

In 2016, his brother Carlos died of cancer at the age of 71.[6]

As of October 2019, Forbes estimates his net worth to be $2.9 billion, making him the 831st richest man in the world.[7]

Bulgheroni also possesses several vinyards around the world, despite the fact that he stopped drinking upon marrying his wife Bettina.[4]


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  2. ^ a b "Alejandro Pedro Bulgheroni". BusinessWeek. Retrieved 9 January 2015.
  3. ^ "Carlos Bulgheroni - the intrepid entrepreneur". Blue Chip. Archived from the original on 2010-11-10.
  4. ^ a b "Alejandro Bulgheroni, Bridas Corp: dash for gas not retirement". Financial Times.
  5. ^ "ALEJANDRO BULGHERONI". Business Jet Traveler. Retrieved 29 May 2017.
  6. ^ "Argentina's richest man, Carlos Bulgheroni, dead at 71". Business Insider. Retrieved 29 May 2017.
  7. ^ "Alejandro Bulgheroni". Forbes. Retrieved 29 May 2017.