Held in conjunction with the MPGC Week Events 2020
Manager Marketing Transformation, BAPC
Abdullatif is responsible for managing Bapco’s Marketing Transformation Program, aimed at establishing infrastructure and organizational capabilities that enable trading. Abdullatif has more than 14 years’ experience in various Marketing roles ranging from retail and bulk domestic sales to international oil sales. He also managed several projects in different disciplines, including construction of retail service stations, commercial initiatives and joint venture negotiations. Abdullatif, a certified Energy Risk Professional, holds a Master’s degree in Product Engineering from Northumbria University and a Bachelor’s degree in Mechatronics from Glasgow Caledonian University.
Managing Director, Bahrain Gasoline Blending W.L.L. (BGB)
Tirath joined Greenergy in 2009 as Group Treasurer, and later as Finance Director for Greenergy Fuels where he was instrumental in the restructure of the Group’s banking lines. In 2014, Tirath relocated to Dubai to establish the Greenergy business in the Middle East and Asia, and has since developed the Greenergy Biofuels business in the region, and shaped Greenergy’s JV with Bapco, BGB. Prior to joining Greenergy, Tirath held various senior finance / business development roles at BP. Tirath is a fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
Principal Consultant, FGE
Head of Energy Products, Dubai Mercantile Exchange, UAE
Paul joined the Dubai Mercantile Exchange in 2013 as the Head of Energy Products, bringing his extensive knowledge and experience amassed from over 20 years working in energy markets. Prior to the DME Paul spent his career at S&P Global Platts and Dow Jones/Telerate, rising to a number of senior positions that included London, Dubai and Singapore. He has worked on the design and implementation of many energy benchmarks, including key oil prices such as Dated Brent and Dubai/Oman crude, plus European and Asian refined products. More recently, Paul has spearheaded the rollout of Middle East oil derivatives.
S&P Global Platts
This programme will be specially relevant for all companies involved in the production, processing, marketing, trading and distribution of gasoline including: National Oil Companies, International Oil Companies, independent traders, refineries, product storage companies, gasoline blenders, those in testing and inspection, consultants, transportation groups, bank and financial institutions, and others.
This will also appeal to both new and experienced professionals including: