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Almansoori announces three key managers

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AlMansoori, the leader in oilfield services in the Middle East, has enhanced its senior management team with the appointment of three key personnel to its operations.

Mousa Kiwan has been appointed as corporate supply chain manager for AlMansoori Specialised Engineering, while Erhan Saygi has been announced as marketing and integrated service manager for AlMansoori Petroleum Services (AMPS) and Peter Henderson has been named general manager of AlMansoori Petroleum Industries (AMPI) subsidiary Global Chemical Company.

Mr Kiwan is a financial and supply chain executive with more than 20 years’ experience in international accounting, tax, contract management and supply chain activities and joins Almansoori Specialised Engineering from international oilfield services company Expro. He has also worked for a number of other companies in the Middle East, including Weatherford.

Mr Saygi brings a strong technical background to AlMansoori Petroleum Services, having previously worked for Weatherford and Schlumberger. An MSc in Aeronautical Engineering, he has more than 20 years of experience in the oil and gas service sector.

Mr Henderson has extensive experience of the international oil and chemicals industry, including board of director positions as chairman of a joint venture and managing director of a publicly listed company. He is a graduate of the former Robert Gordon’s Institute of Technology, now Robert Gordon University, in Aberdeen.

AlMansoori CEO Nabil Alalawi said: “Current conditions in the oil and gas industry are encouraging companies to deliver even greater efficiencies and improvements to satisfy and exceed customer demands.

“The appointment of three such senior figures will significantly strengthen our business and help us drive towards the goal of enhanced client satisfaction.”

Adapted from a press release by Louise Mulhall

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