|Tan Cheng Guan||2009||Non-Executive||Non-Independent|
|Abdul Amir Saied Mohammed||2011||Non-Executive||Independent|
|Goh Nai Le||2018||Non-Executive||Non-Independent|
|Ng Meng Poh||2013||Non-Executive||Non-Independent|
|Tariq Al Amri||2013||Non Executive||Independent|
|Ahmed Al Bulushi||2013||Non Executive||Independent|
|Hassan Al Nassay||2013||Non Executive||Independent|
|Sheikh Khalid Mohammed Ali Al Hamoodah||2016||Non Executive||Independent|
Mr. Tan is responsible for business development at Sembcorp Industries and drives the expansion of the Group’s energy and water businesses globally.
He brings with him broad experience in engineering, strategy, business and project development for the utilities industry. Prior to joining Sembcorp, Mr. Tan spent 12 years in engineering and project management for the oil and gas sector at Brown & Root Far East, where he was based in London, Kuala Lumpur and Miri. He also spent two years in Shanghai as Managing Director of Vopak China, overseeing the growth and operations of Vopak’s businesses in the country. While at Sembcorp, Mr. Tan pioneered the early development of the Group’s Utilities business on Jurong Island and subsequently led the business’ expansion into China, India, the UK, the Middle East, Myanmar and Bangladesh. In addition, he drove the acquisition of Sembcorp’s renewable energy businesses in China and India, as well as the acquisition of Cascal’s international municipal water business.
Mr. Tan holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours) from the University of Liverpool, UK and completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School.
Mr. Kalat Al Bulooshi is the Chief Executive Officer of Oman Investment Corporation SAOC (OIC), an Oman based private equity investment company established in 2005.
Mr. Bulooshi is an engineer by profession and holds an honours degree from the United Kingdom. He has completed an Advanced Management Programme at Wharton Business School in the States. During his career, Mr. Bulooshi has worked in Italy and Canada during 2001 through to 2003. He has experience in the oil and gas, utilities, ports, infrastructure, metal, and manufacturing industries, investments, M&A and asset management.
Mr. Bulooshi serves on the boards of Sembcorp Salalah Power and Water Company SAOG (“the Company”), V2 trenching and government owned company, Mawasalat. He is also chairman of Nomination and Remuneration Committee of the Company.
Mr Saied is a director of Sembcorp Salalah
He was on the various boards in the past and is currently director at Muscat Finance and Oman Fisheries. Mr Saied was the Deputy Chief Executive Officer at the State General Reserve Fund. He was responsible for the functions of operation units and assists the Chief Executive Officer in the day-to-day operations.
Mr Mohammed holds a Masters degree in Business Administration from the Oxford Brookes University, UK. He has also been a Member of the Association of Accounting Technicians since 1979.
Ms Goh is a director of Sembcorp Salalah.
She is also the Senior Vice President & Head of Commercial at Sembcorp Industries. She is responsible for mergers and acquisitions, structuring and project financing activities at Sembcorp Industries.
Ms Goh was a key member of the team that led several transactions, including Sembcorp’s acquisition of UK Power Reserve (the UK’s largest flexible distributed energy generator), Green Infra Limited (an Indian renewable company with operating wind and solar assets), Cascal (a NYSE-listed global water company) and the divestments of Sembcorp’s interests in its UK and South African municipal water assets.
Prior to joining Sembcorp, she was Regional Director for Southeast Asia (lnternational Business Group) at SingTel, the largest telecommunications operator in Singapore, listed on the Singapore Exchange. As the Regional Director, she was responsible for the full spectrum of financial and business support activities for its Southeast Asia joint ventures and potential investments.
Ms Goh holds a Bachelor of Accountancy from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and is a member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants.
Mr Ng is a director of Sembcorp Salalah and is also the Chairman of Sembcorp Salalah O&M Services Company. He is also the Executive Vice President & Head of Group Asset Management, Utilities at Sembcorp Industries.
Mr Ng is responsible for managing Sembcorp’s Utilities business in Singapore, ASEAN, the Middle East & Africa, and UK & the Americas. He also sits on the boards of various companies within the Group.
He has over 30 years of experience in the energy industry and has held both government and private sector appointments. Prior to joining Sembcorp, Mr Ng was a member of the executive management team of Senoko Power and also spent over a decade at Singapore’s Public Utilities Board. In the course of his career, he was actively involved in the restructuring and liberalisation of Singapore’s power and gas markets, as well as in negotiations for the importation of piped natural gas from Malaysia and Indonesia into Singapore.
Mr Ng holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from the National University of Singapore and a Masters of Science in Energy Resources from the University of Pittsburgh, USA. He also completed the Advanced Management Programme at the Wharton School of Business
Mr Al Amri is one of five independent directors of Sembcorp Salalah and is the Chairman of the Audit Committee.
He is also the Chief Executive Officer of Oman Environmental Services Holding Company (be’ah), a company with the objective of transforming the solid waste management sector in Oman. Prior to joining Oman Environmental Services, Mr Al Amri held a number of key positions in Oman Telecommunications Company, Oman LNG and the Royal Office Pension Fund.
Mr Al Amri has experience in the telecoms and oil and gas sectors and successfully negotiated a number of major commercial agreements while at Oman Telecommunications, in addition to taking a role in Omantel’s IPO in 2005. At Oman LNG he was involved in the economic and financial feasibility studies of a project which has since evolved into Qalhat LNG.
Mr Al Amri holds an Electrical Engineering degree from Temple University, USA and an MBA from theUniversity of Dayton, USA.
Mr Al Bulushi is one of five independent directors of Sembcorp Salalah and is a member of the Audit Committee.
He is also the Chief Executive Officer of Oman National Transport Company “Mwasalat”. Prior to joining “Mwasalat”, Mr. Al Bulushi held a number of key positions in the Royal Court Affairs the last was the Director of Internal Audit where he is responsible for the operation of the risk management, control and governance systems.
In addition to Sembcorp Salalah, Mr Al Bulushi is also a director and member of the Audit Committee of the following companies: Oman National Engineering and Investment Company SAOG and the Muscat Securities Market.
Mr Al Bulushi holds an Information Technology degree and a Master of IT Management from Bond University, Australia.
Engineer Hassan AI Nassay is one of five independent Directors of Sembcorp Salalah and is a member of the Remuneration Committee. Mr. AI Nassay has held a number of senior positions at the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA) including General Director of Power and Transmission, Deputy Managing Director of TRANSCO and has been attached to the ADWEA’s chairman’s office since 2006, he also was the Chairman of Emirates Sembcorp Company and Union Holding Company.
In addtion, Mr AI Nassay was in the board of directors of the following companies: Emirates CMS Power Company, Abu Dhabi Distribution Company (ADDC), Sharjah Water and Electricity Authority (SEWA) and the GCC Power Interconnection Authority, Mr AI Nassay has 35 years of experience in the water and power sectors.
Mr AI Nassay holds a bachelor degree in Electrical and Electronics Technology from the University of Southern Colorado.
Sheikh Khalid Mohammed Ali Al Hamoodah is currently the assistant executive president of Diwan of Royal Court Pension Fund and holds a business administration degree from Coventry University, UK. He has over 20 years’ experience in variety of leadership and strategic positions. He has been serving Diwan of Royal Court for more than 19 years in different capacities and accumulated experience in operational management, administration, project execution, and investments in various asset classes especially in real estate. Included in his responsibility is spearheading the investment department of the Pension Fund. He also plays an integral part in the investment committee of the Pension Fund. Prior to Diwan of Royal Court he had a small stint in Ministry of Oil and Gas.
Currently he is serving as board member in Muscat Gas SAOG (OMAN), Taageer Finance Company SAOG (OMAN), Al Masah Capital Diamond Lifestyle Fund (UAE), NBO GCC Fund (OMAN) and Muscat Fund (OMAN) Managed by Bank Muscat. He is also the member of Executive Committee of Muscat Gas SAOG and Audit Committee of Taageer Finance Company SAOG.