Al Lawati has spent over 17 years in senior finance roles in the GCC's energy and consumer sectors.
Nazar left the company earlier this year to become senior vice president of project development for GlassPoint Solar's international division
The selection of Al Sada came in appreciation and recognition of the pivotal role he played through 2016 in securing the Vienna Agreements to cut global oil supply
ExxonMobil's board of directors congratulated Rex W Tillerson on his nomination for the position of US secretary of state and selected current president of corporation Darren W Woods to replace him next year
Production losses alone can cost oil and gas companies tens of millions of dollars for just one day of downtime, without even accounting for the cost of contractors and manpower used during a shutdown.
Reports that have been published in this regard are totally false, the Deputy Minister of the Emiri Diwan Affairs says
Global cable suppliers chase the Middle East's petro-fuelled market
Optimisation was the buzz word at this year's MEA Global Energy Forum
2008 has proven to be a suprisingly turbulent year across all international markets. Omar al Quqa, executive vice president of Kuwait's Global Investment House, gives his views on the outlook for prices and production in the regional petrochemicals sector
World's largest company loses arbitration battle with Yemen over disputed PSA.
Nakilat's managing director speaks exclusively to Oil & Gas Middle East about LNG's nautical pipeline.
Gustaf Akermark, senior advisor for petrochemicals at ADBI, reveals production is set to double by 2011.