Chief Executive Officer
ODF Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Commercial Officer
Chief Human Resources and Administration Officer
Hamed Al Naamany was appointed by the Oman LNG Board of Directors as the company’s Chief Executive Officer from February 2021. Hamed Al Naamany comes with over 20 years of experience in the Oil and Gas industry, holding different roles in technical and production management. Hamed has international industry experience through various techno-commercial in countries in Europe and North America.
In 2016, Hamed returned to Oman LNG as holding the responsibility for the LNG plant rejuvenation, Power Project and the Debottlenecking Project prior to his appointment as Oman LNG’s Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer. In 2021, Hamed was appointed as the Chief Executive Officer of Oman LNG.
Amor joined Oman LNG in 2002 as Deputy CEO. After graduating from Teesside University, the United Kingdom in 1999 with a degree in Instrumentation and Control Engineer, he joined Petroleum Development Oman in upstream operations and commissioning. In 1993, he moved to the Ministry of Health where he occupied a number of executive positions, including Deputy Director General for Administration and Finance at the Royal Hospital, Oman’s largest hospital for specialised medical care. He completed his MBA (Newcastle) in 1997 before being appointed as Director General for Sur Industrial Estate in the Public Establishment of Industrial Estates (PEIE).
Keenly interested in academics, he recently completed a PhD in Business Sustainability, and is a member on a number of university and technical college boards, and is the Chairman of the Board of Trustees for OLNG’s HAS school. He is also Chairman of OLNG’s Tender Board. Amor recently took over the position of CEO of Oman LNG Development Foundation.
Khamis Al Hashmi is a Fellow Chartered Certified Accountant (FCCA) from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA) in the United Kingdom. Khamis graduated from Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) with a Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting. He started his career in Petroleum Development Oman for a short tenure before he became senior project accountant. In 2003, Khamis joined Oman LNG in hydrocarbon accounting, financial accounting and reporting. In 2010, he was promoted to lead the Strategic Planning and Economics section before he was seconded to Qatar shell on an international assignment as a Senior Business Analyst. In 2014, Khamis returned to Oman LNG as a Senior Manager, Financial Accounting, and thereafter promoted to be the Chief Financial Officer in January 2021. His immense exposure to the upstream and midstream in the oil and gas industry has enabled him to gain an array of both knowledge and experience in the industry at large. Khamis has also participated in different initiatives such as being a member of Oman LNG refinancing Committee, the Chairman of the Sponsorship and Donation Committee, a member of ACCA Oman Advisory Committee, in addition to being member of the SQU Accounting Board Committee. He was also a board member in Sohar Power Company representing Qalhat LNG.
An Engineering graduate from Salford University, Mohammed Al Naseeb joined Oman LNG in January 1997 to be part of the design and construction team of the LNG complex in Qalhat. He has occupied a number of positions within the manufacturing department in the complex, mainly in the Engineering department. Upon return from a cross-posting assignment in Hazira, India, he took over the position of Maintenance Manager, and later became the Engineering Manager.
As Engineering Manager, he was part of the team that executed plant shutdowns, maintenance activities, and other major plant projects. In February 2016, he was appointed as the Chief Marketing Officer.
Mahmoud Al Balushi has a Higher National Diploma in Chemical and Process Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Process Operations. He started his career with Oman LNG in 1997 in the Operation Department. He was involved in all areas of operations including commissioning and start-up, as well as loading of Oman LNG's very first LNG cargo. In 2006, he was appointed as Production Planner, responsible for the Annual Delivery Programme (ADP), where he oversaw the feed gas supply profile with the Ministry of Energy and Minerals and Petroleum Development Oman, plant shutdown schedule, and international customers.
Having managed relations with different stakeholders and gained significant skills in this area, he shifted to the commercial department in 2009, where he worked as a Senior Advisor. As part of the integration, Mahmoud was promoted as Senior Manager of Supply & Contracts, leading negotiations and discussions on Oman LNG's Gas Supply Agreement (GSA) and Sale & Purchase Agreements (SPA).
Ahmed AwladThani is a certified Management Accountant (CMA) from the Institute of Management Accounting in the United State of America. He has over considerable experience across various technical and corporate disciplines. After graduation from Sultan Qaboos University in 2000, he embarked on his professional journey with Oman LNG as an Instrumentation Engineer. Subsequently, he held many leadership and managerial roles across the technical side of the business such as Automation and Control, Project Management and Asset Management.
In 2013, Ahmed moved to Oman Oil Company as Internal Audit Manager. In corporate functions, Ahmed has diverse experience, including Internal Audit, Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and Value Assurance. He held additional roles such as Chairman and Board Member in several Audit and Risk Committees within the Oman Oil Company's subsidiaries. He reconnected with Oman LNG in 2016 as Chief Internal Auditor. In 2018, Ahmed was prompted to Chief Human Resources & Administration Officer.