The content for Middle East Sulphur Conference will be guided by the executive and technical committees.
Nasser Saif Al Busaeedi currently serves as Senior Vice President (Operations) in ADNOC Gas Processing produces 8 billion standard cubic feet of gas per day and operates one of the largest gas processing plants in the world.
His primary responsibilities centered around strategic direction for company operations, enhance plants operational efficiencies for continuous productivity and financial gains.
He oversees multiple operating sites ensuring highest level of workplace safety and integrity standards. Operating plants in the most environmental-friendly way to ensure company short & long-range targets are achieved in line with core business values
and corporate and global objectives.
Nasser joined ADNOC in 2002 and has held various leadership positions. He has served the Oil and Gas industry in various roles ranging from Plant Operations, Business Planning, Engineering Services and Major Projects Execution and Management.
Before holding his current position, he served as Manager for the ADNOC Downstream Directorate responsible for gas development strategies across ADNOC Operating Companies.
Nasser holds a Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Valparaiso University USA, as well as enrolled in Executive Leadership program from Harvard Business School, Boston, USA.
Mr. Anas Al Mahmoud is VP Sulphur sales in ADNOC Downstream Industry, Marketing & Trading Directorate. He handles the marketing and sales of Sulphur worldwide. In addition, had experience in the Satellite Telecommunications sector in marketing and
distribution. Mr. Anas have a B.S. in Marketing from University of Central Florida.
Chris is a strategic communications and public affairs specialist, advancing more sustainable energy and infrastructure.
He began his career in UK politics before taking his communications expertise into heavy industrial and infrastructure markets.
He joined ADNOC in 2016, where he has supported the development of a communications function which has helped position ADNOC as a powerful global brand. He was appointed into his current role as Vice President for Communications at ADNOC Sour Gas, a large
specialist gas dealing with high H2S content, in 2021. Sour Gas is a joint venture between ADNOC and Oxy, and is also one of the world’s largest producers of sulphur to diverse international end-markets.
Prior to joining ADNOC, Chris was Vice President of Marketing & Communications and played a crucial role in the creation of a global sustainable energy and infrastructure consultancy business within Wood PLC. He has also worked extensively in UK infrastructure
Chris has an MA in Politics and International Relations from the University of Aberdeen and an MSc from University College London in Mega-infrastructure Planning, Appraisal and Delivery. He also spent time studying in America during 2008 and 2009
Angie has over 25 years of experience working in the oil and gas business, primarily focused on sulphur recovery and sour gas treating. She has served as sulphur technology manager for two of the world’s leading sulphur technology licensing firms and has been involved in the delivery of several world-class projects. In 2014, Angie launched UniverSUL Consulting, a consulting firm which provides unbiased technical and strategy advice to the sour oil and gas industry. Angie has published numerous papers and is a member of several international conference committees. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for ASRL.
Sulaiman leads the site operations of one of the largest ultra sour gas processing facilities worldwide, the Shah Gas Plant. He joined ADNOC Sour Gas from ADNOC Gas Processing where he spent more than 20 years occupying
several positions. He has extensive experience in sour gas operations and was instrumental in successfully commissioning of 1.4 Billion Standard Cubic Feet per Day (BSCFD) Gas Processing plant, which is one of the
largest and most modern facilities in the region in 2013. He has also participated in overseas project assignments in Japan, UK, Netherlands and Spain. His particular areas of expertise are in gas plant performance
enhancement, value generation and process safety and his achievements include the Habshan-5 Rich Train Capacity Enhancement.
He holds a degree in Chemical engineering and a Masters degree in Business Administration (MBA), both graduation with distinction. As a result of his outstanding performance, he was awarded Abu Dhabi’s Industrial
Award for the best chemical engineering graduate in 2004.
Ali Al Hendi is the Vice President of Engineering & Technical Services division of ADNOC Gas Processing. Mr. Ali, who began his illustrious career in 2001, is an engineering & projects specialist with more than 2 decades of vast experience in
the domain of process industries.
Prior to his current leadership role, he has served as a Manager of Engineering Servicers, Projects expert and Maintenance specialist, strongly supporting asset expansion of ADNOC Gas Processing.
He began his career with Maintenance in the year 2001 as Mechanical Engineer and carried out various Maintenance activities in Habshan & Bab Plant. After his stint in Maintenance, he moved to Technical Projects and played crucial roles to support
various key projects and plant modifications. From 2012, he has responsibly managed managerial roles of HQ Engineering and driven engineering function to greater heights of credibility and success.
He has made an outstanding contribution over the years and won numerous awards including Unsung Hero of TE Division, Employee of the year, Energy Award, etc.
Mr. Ali has bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA.
1. Has Joined ADNOC LNG in 2002 as Process Engineer responsible for process engineering services to ensure the safe, reliable operation of the LNG Plant.
2. As Senior Process Engineer, was in-charge of all Process Engineering design adequacy checks/reviews including:
a. IGDE1 FEED Project, IGDE2 Pre-FEED & FEED Projects, Aliso Viejo, California, USA (2012-2013)
b. ADNOC LNG New LNG Pre-FEED Project, Paris, France (2011-2012)
c. IGD EPC Project, Ulsan, South Korea (2010)
3. As Manager of Process Engineering and Energy (2013 -2019); Provides Complete Technical and operational expertise, solutions and support to the complex operations thereby improving plant reliability, enhancing operational
efficiency and ensuring maximized production.
4. As Vice President, Asset Integrity (2019-2020) supervised the activities of the Asset Integrity Division to fulfil its function in a timely and cost effective manner ensuring that LNG Plant Safety, Integrity, Reliability
and Asset Life extension are met.
5. Currently as Vice President, Engineering & Technical Support – (2020 To Date); Plan, direct, coordinate and supervise the activities of the Engineering & Technical Support Division to fulfil its function
in a timely and cost effective manner ensuring that the Company’s objectives, general management requirements and the LNG Plant technical and engineering services needs are appropriately met.
Majed AlFulaiti is Acting Vice President Engineering and Technical Services currently with ADNOC Sour Gas. He has more than 15 years of technical experience in upstream and downstream Gas processing companies. His area of expertise are setting up systems, standards and processes for Operational Excellence, Asset Integrity and Process Safety, And expansion projects to 1.27 and 1.45 mmscfd.
Majed contributed to the Commissioning of Onshore Gas Development in Habshan III, supported ADNOC Gas Processing Operations Excellence transformation journey, And currently chairs a number of committees in ADNOC Sour Gas such as Management of Change committees & Digital & Technology Sub-Technical Committee. He is a key driver for implementing Energy and Technology projects. He is very passionate about implementing new techniques, technology with right Sour Gas mindset and culture in current job.
Alsail Al Jaberi holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Khalifa University. She is currently working as a Process Engineer assigned to the Sulfur Recovery Units and handles all related projects in ADNOC Sour Gas (ASG) under the Projects
& Technical Services department . During her three-years’ experience in oil and gas industry, she has been actively involved in major projects and expansion activities within the organization. Involvement
in multiple shut down activities & working as a site engineer in addition to her daily/routine process engineering tasks. Also, she has been ASG focal point & presenter for MESPON in the last years &