Kuwait nominates Haitham Al-Ghais for the post of OPEC Secretary-General

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Kuwait nominates Haitham Al-Ghais for the post of OPEC Secretary-General

The Kuwaiti Ministry of Oil announced the nomination of the former governor of the State of Kuwait to the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Haitham Al-Ghais for the position of Secretary-General of the Organization after the end of the term of office of the current Secretary-General Muhammad Barkindo at the end of next July.

The ministry said in a press statement today that Al-Ghais has been the governor of the State of Kuwait with the organization since 2017, and chaired the joint technical committee between (OPEC) and countries outside it, which is the committee responsible for monitoring production and studying the conditions of oil markets according to the production cut agreement signed between the countries contributing to the (OPEC) agreement. +).

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She added that Al-Ghais chairs the organization’s internal audit committee and has a variety of contributions within the organization as well as at the level of the organization’s board of governors, various committees, private business and cooperation with countries outside (OPEC).

She stated that Al-Ghais has extensive experience extending over nearly 30 years in the field of global oil markets and the oil industry, and has a wide presence and participation in many international oil conferences and forums.

It was reported that he was included in the global marketing sector of the Kuwait Petroleum Corporation in various sales departments and headed the Corporation’s regional offices in Beijing and London, and he held the position of Director of the Research Department at the Kuwait Petroleum Corporation and the position of Deputy Managing Director for Global Marketing.

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She pointed out that Al-Ghais participated in many specialized studies of global markets of all kinds, and enjoys wide support and deep-rooted relations with representatives of all member countries within the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) as well as with oil-producing countries from outside.

Source: Al-Rai

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