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Chem. / Amr Moustafa, who is appointed now as AMOC chairman and CEO, is a prominent figure in the world of oil refining and fuel resources development. He started his role by changing AMOC’s strategy to become much more than a local second stage refinery, but rather a major contributor to the oil refinery industry in Egypt. This was met by the support of major institutional shareholders and AMOC board of directors, and introduced to the Minister of Petroleum a new strategy for AMOC in January 2017. It was promptly put into effect in the following few months.

Over his years of work in the Egyptian oil and gas sector, Mr. Mostafa has accumulated a versatile professional knowledge in the field, which has translated during the past years into vivid contributions in the development of both downstream and trading activities in all EGPC affiliated companies.

Prior to joining AMOC He was the vice-chairman of the Egyptian General Petroleum Company (EGPC) for operations, where he was responsible for the daily operations of the oil sector in Egypt, and all local refineries operation plans. Above all, credit is due to Mr. Moustafa for the role played in easing the well-known local fuel shortage crises that happened during Egypt’s political unrest in 2012 and 2013.

Chem. Amr Moustafa had joined EGPC in 1991. During the same period, he was appointed as Chairman and CEO of Alexandria Petroleum Company for a period of six months during 2013.

Prior to joining EGPC, (1986 – 1991) he was transferred from his post in El Nasr Petroleum Co. (since 1980) to head the office of the Minister of Petroleum.

Chem. Moustafa is a graduate of Cairo University and holds a BSc of chemistry in 1980.

 

Claus-Peter Hälsig has over 30 years of industrial experience in various aspects of refinery operation and refinery processes. He is located in Haarlem, The Netherlands and holds as Vice President for Process Engineering & Technology responsibilities for the Europe, Middle East, Africa region as well as Russia.

Before joining Fluor Daniel in Irvine, California in 1993, Mr Hälsig worked since 1986 for British Petroleum in Sunbury/UK in various functions, leading a refinery support team which provided worldwide technical and scientific support to BP’s refineries. This included input into refinery configuration studies and evaluating refinery processing requirements to meet clean fuels quality targets in the US and Europe.

From 1980 to 1986 Mr Hälsig worked in the R&D Center of BP in Germany and was responsible for the technical service to the BP’s German refineries as well as for the development, scale up and commercialization of refinery processes. Mr Hälsig is a recognized expert in the area of refining, Master Planning, conceptual, technical-economically feasibility studies, clean fuels manufacture, heavy oil upgrading, consulting on the refining – petrochemicals – chemicals interface, assessing the impact of clean fuels (incl. marine fuels) legislation on refining operation. He has been regularly invited to publicize, to give presentations, to serve as chair at several large international conferences and to provide his expertise at numerous technical panel discussions.
Dr Hälsig holds a Dr.-Ing. degree in Chemical Technology of the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and a Member of the Energy Institute in the UK.

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.

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