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Emarat appoints new director-general.

Summary: Ali Khalifa Al Shamsi has long, distinguished experience spanning three decades

Eng Ali Khalifa Al Shamsi

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Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat) announced the appointment of Eng. Ali Khalifa Al Shamsi as director-general on Thursday.

Obaid bin Humaid Al Tayer, UAE Minister of State for Financial Affairs and Chairman of Emarat, affirmed the corporation's commitment to work towards achieving its vision as a leading oil corporation in the Gulf region, providing the best value for its customers and improving the quality of its products and services, thus enhancing the commercial and institutional position of the corporation.

"We value the efforts made by Adel Khalifa Al Shaer, former director-general of the corporation, who has pivotally contributed over eight years to achieve specific accomplishments of the corporation," he said.

"Emarat has made significant achievements in its corporate career, pursuing a policy of expanding and diversifying its investment base, products and services in collaboration with its strategic partners, achieving the highest levels of success and establishing a leading corporate reputation both locally and regionally. Through its new executive leadership, an important development and expansion phase aims to achieve more excellence and leadership and work towards contributing to the achievement of Emarat 2021 vision."

Al Shamsi has a long and distinguished experience spanning three decades with exploration and production and its relations with the national and international oil companies.

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Publication:Khaleej Times (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
Date:Aug 15, 2019
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