Lecture by former Aramco CEO at Manchester Business School
28 Apr 2009
'The state of the global oil industry' on 12 May
Mr Abdallah S. Jum'ah, former president and CEO of the Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco) will speak to an audience of alumni, friends, staff and students at Manchester Business School on Tuesday 12 May at 5.30pm.
Saudi Aramco manages the world's largest proven oil reserves and is the world’s largest producer of crude oil and a leading player in the gas and refining businesses.
In 1995, following his appointment as president and chief executive officer of Saudi Aramco, Mr Jum'ah led the far-reaching expansion of its oil and gas businesses and continued transforming the company into a fully integrated international oil and gas enterprise. Under his leadership, the company also refocused its strategic direction, to maintain its prominent position as the world’s premier energy supplier.
In 2003 Mr Jum'ah was identified by Fortune magazine as one of the most influential business people in the world, and in January 2005, he was appointed energy community leader by the World Economic Forum. In November 2007 the Financial Times' "Who’s Who: Ten Top Powers To Be Reckoned with" to ranked Mr Jum'ah as the top man in the oil industry.
Mr Jum'ah's lecture, The state of the global oil industry: Reflections from the former CEO of Saudi Aramco, will begin at 5.30pm in G6, MBS West.
If you would like to attend, please respond to:
- Louise Crompton at firstname.lastname@example.org