Fabien Lundy graduated from Ecole Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne, France and started his career in 1992 in the Industrial Division of IFP as process engineer. After seven years of experience in process design and start-up of refining and petrochemical units, he became in 1999 Regional Sales Manager for Former Soviet Union, Middle East and Far East countries. He has been appointed as Sales Director for the Process Licensing Business Unit since March 2013.
Axel Blumenstock is Head of the Process Group Refining and Petrochemical within the Division at ThyssenKrupp Uhde Engineering Service GmbH, Germany.
He has over 30 years´ engineering, project management and commissioning experiences in the fields of refining, hydrocarbon and petrochemical processing with additional experience in the field of safety and authority engineering.
He has a diplomas (Dipl.-Ing.) in Process Engineering from the University of Applied Science of Frankfurt, Germany
Max Heinritz-Adrian is the globally responsible business manager for tkIS dehydrogenation technologies including strategy, R&D, sales & licensing, process design and engineering, commissioning and plant start-up activities. He has more than 17 years of experience in the chemical and petrochemical industry in the area of R&D, process engineering, business development & sales and project execution. Prior to his current position Mr. Heinritz-Adrian has held several management positions in the area of gas technologies, petrochemicals and gasification. He holds several patents in the area of dehydrogenation and gasification technologies. Max Heinritz-Adrian lives with his family in Münster, Germany.
Mike Banach is Senior Business Leader for Olefins and Detergents in the Process Technology and Equipment Group of UOP LLC. Since joining UOP in 1990, Mike has held a variety of assignments with increasing responsibility in R&D, Technical Services, and Technical Sales, with international assignments in Europe, the Middle East, and the Far East. Since 2013, Mike has held his current position where he is responsible for UOP’s Olefins and Detergents global licensing business. Mike holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame and an MBA from the University of Chicago.
Matthew Clingerman is the Regional Engineering Manager for DuPont Clean Technologies, which includes IsoTherming® Hydroprocessing Technology and STRATCO® Alkylation Technology. He is focused primarily on business development in EMEA and Southeast Asia.
Matthew joined DuPont in 2012 in the Process Design group in Kansas City. Prior to joining DuPont, Matthew worked for ConocoPhillips for 10 years in a variety of R&D and engineering roles. During his last five years at ConocoPhillips, Matthew was the senior process engineer in the specialty products group that manufactured high performance graphite for use in rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries. He also was Project Director in the Arctic Technology Development group, which was focused on identifying new technologies aimed at protecting production facilities in harsh environments.
Matthew earned a B.S. and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Michigan Technological University and is a registered Professional Engineer.
From January 1987 and until the end of 2010:
– He joined the International company Chevron where he took over several responsibilities at engineering and operations, planning and sales till he became Sales Director and Board Member in 1998 then he became Managing Director for Marketing in 2008.
– He moved to work in South Africa, at the headquarters of Chevron Africa and the Middle East where he became the Regional Director for Central and South Africa, until the end of 2010.
In January 2011:
– He joined the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation – EGPC as the Vice – Chief Executive of EGPC for Foreign Trade.
August 2011 – February 2012:
– He took over the position of the Vice- Chief Executive of EGPC for Internal Trade in addition to serving as a Deputy for Foreign Trade.
From March to August 2013:
-He took over the post of the Vice- Chief Executive of EGPC for Operations in addition to his work as Deputy for Foreign Trade.
From August 2013 to Sep., 2015:
-He was assigned to be The Head of the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC).
On 19th Sep.,2015 :
-He has sworn in as the Minister of Petroleum & Mineral Resources
Giulio Dal Magro is currently SACE director of Heavy Industries, in charge of origination, structuring and execution of deals relating to Oil&Gas, Metals&Mining and Petrochemicals. Previously Giulio was SACE chief economist and responsible for origination and execution in project finance transactions involving renewable energy plants and infrastructures in strategic sectors (i.e. transportation, energy, telecoms, water). During this period, he finalised ground-breaking transactions, including Andromeda, the first project bond in pv energy. Prior to joining SACE Giulio has been working at ENI, TXU Europe Energy Trading and MCC Mediocredito Centrale. Giulio holds an MSc in Economics at the London School of Economics.