Saeed Fadhel Al Mazrooei
Saeed Fadhel Al Mazrooei is CEO of UAE Operations for Emirates Global Aluminium. He has held the position of President and Chief Executive Officer of Emirates Aluminium (EMAL), since 2010. Under his leadership, EMAL Phase I was completed and reached full production within time and budget, with the Phase II expansion plan on track to establish the Al Taweelah project as one of the world’s largest single site aluminium smelters by the end of 2014.
Prior to his current position, Mr. Al Mazrooei has been a member of EMAL’s Technical and Tender Review Committee since the project’s commencement in 2007, and occupied the position of Vice President – UAE Operations at Dolphin Energy.
Mr. Al Mazrooei joined UAE Offsets Group (UOG) in February 2001 as a Project Manager, focusing on the initial stages of the Dolphin Gas Project. He was appointed Project Manager for Dolphin’s Pre-FEED studies, and subsequently became Deputy Vice President of the FEED Activities Project (reservoir evaluation, drilling program, design of offshore production
platforms, sealines, onshore production facilities and export pipeline).
Mr. AI Mazrooei previously worked for 17 years with ARCO Dubai, where he held key management positions in the drilling, production and loading operations in Dubai and internationally. He was Gas Development Manager at ARCO prior to his move to UOG and the Dolphin Gas Project. Mr. Al Mazrooei is also board member at Dragon Oil, and a member of the Audit and Risk Committee at the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC).
Graduating with a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA, USA, Mr.AI Mazrooei later received an MSc in Gas Engineering and Management from the University of Salford, UK.
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