|Tan Cheng Guan||2009||Non-Executive||Non-Independent|
|Tariq Al Amri||2013||Non-Executive||Independent|
|Ahmed Al Bulushi||2013||Non-Executive||Independent|
|Sheikh Khalid Mohammed Ali Al Hamoodah||2016||Non-Executive||Independent|
|Yap Siew Leng||2021||Non-Executive||Non-Independent|
|Abdullah Mohammed Ali AlMa’mari||2019||Non-Executive||Independent|
|Ahmed Ali Ahmed Al Moosawi||2019||Non-Executive||Non-Independent|
Mr Tan is Executive Vice President, Office of the Group President & CEO at Sembcorp Industries Limited. He leads the development of Sembcorp’s water business and is also Chairman of Sembcorp China, providing strategic guidance to the business.
He is also chairman of Sembcorp’s Climate Change Working Committee, and drives the company’s performance towards climate-related metrics and targets, overseeing key initiatives such as risk mitigation, opportunities, and greenhouse gas mitigation.
Mr Tan pioneered the early development of Sembcorp’s utilities business on Jurong Island in Singapore. He was instrumental in leading the Group’s entry into the renewables business, and also led the company’s business expansion in China, India, the UK, the Middle East, Myanmar and Bangladesh. He has held various senior appointments in Sembcorp, including the Head of Business Development as well as Head of Group Centre of Excellence.
Possessing broad experience in engineering, strategy, business and project development for the utilities and energy industry, Mr Tan has worked in Shanghai, London, Kuala Lumpur and Sarawak.
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, USA.
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. Al Bulooshi has significant greenfield development experiences and have executed a number of large projects and investments in manufacturing, engineering services, petrochemicals, insurance, education and real-estate. He is currently chairman of one of the largest development project in Oman, Khazaen Economic City. Kalat also served on the board of a number of companies in Oman such as Galfar, Sembcorp Salalah and others. Prior to that he worked on project delivery in PDO, Sohar Port and Sohar Aluminium in Oman, Italy and Canada.
Mr Bulooshi holds an engineering honours degree from the UK. He has completed an Advanced Management Programme at Wharton Business School in the States and is a Wharton Alumni.
Mr Andrew is the CEO of Sembcorp UK and the Middle East. He oversees the company’s operations comprising large-scale industrial assets on the Wilton International site owned by Sembcorp and a portfolio of flexible gas engines and battery energy storage systems located across the UK, as well as the company’s business interests in the Middle East.
Mr Andrew has nearly 30 years of experience in the financial and energy sectors. Prior to joining Sembcorp, he spent 15 years at Drax Group. There, he rose to the position of CEO of Generation and was responsible for the group’s UK power generation sites and key functions including trading, fuel procurement, as well as supply chain and logistics. He was deputy group treasurer of Provident Financial, and has held various accounting and investment banking roles including Coopers & Lybrand, UBS and Dresdner Kleinwort Benson.
Mr Andrew is a qualified chartered accountant, treasurer and holds a first class honours degree in Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics and Economics from the University of Warwick in the UK.
Mr. Al Amri is one of four 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 evolved into Qalhat LNG.
Mr. Al Amri holds an Electrical Engineering degree from Temple University, USA and an MBA from the University of Dayton, USA.
Mr. Al Bulushi is one of four 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 Oman National Engineering and Investment Company SAOG.
Mr. Al Bulushi holds an Information Technology degree and a Master of IT Management from Bond University, Australia.
Sheikh Khalid is one of four independent directors of the Sembcorp Salalah.
Sheikh Khalid currently Assistant Executive President of Diwan of Royal Court Pension Fund spearheading the investment department which manages multi-asset class investments in the global financial markets. He has been serving Diwan of Royal court in different capacities and accumulated experience in operational management, administration, project execution and managing investments. He also plays an integral part in the investment committee of the Pension Fund. Prior to his role at Diwan of Royal Court he had a short stint with the Ministry of Oil and Gas.
He has been a member on the Board of a number of reputed Companies and Financial Institutions in public and private sector in Oman and in the GCC region. He is the Chairman of National Mass Housing SAOC and Vice Chairman of Taageer Finance Company SAOG. He also sits on the Board of Muscat Gases Company SAOG and Oman Ceramics Company SAOG. Currently, he is also serving as Board member in Al Masah Capital (Diamond Lifestyle Fund) in UAE, National Bank of Oman GCC Fund, Oman managed by National Bank of Oman and Muscat Fund, Oman managed by Bank Muscat.
He is Masters in Business Administration from University of Strathclyde, UK and Bachelors in Business Administration from Coventry University, UK.
Ms. Yap Siew Leng is Group Financial Controller of Sembcorp Industries. She oversees the Group’s Financial Control and planning function, which include group reporting & policies, financial planning & analysis, finance shared services and financial process excellence.
Ms. Yap has more than 25 years of work experience with 14 years in the Oil and Gas industry. Prior to Sembcorp, she had held key finance leadership positions at Subsea7 and as Group Financial Controller at an SGX listed corporation.
Ms. Yap is a Fellow Member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants U.K. and a Member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants.
Mr. Abdullah Al Ma’mari is an Assistant Director of Investment in Ministry of Defence Pension Fund. He has good experience in evaluating and analyzing investment in local and foreign markets. He is mainly responsible for managing a foreign investment in global market for Ministry of Defence Pension Fund.
Mr. Al Ma’mari holds bachelor’s degree in finance from Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat.
Mr. Ahmed Ali Al Moosawi is a finance professional. He started his career in 2013 as derivative officer in Bank Muscat. He is currently working in Civil Service Employees Pension Fund as Acting Head of Treasury Management Section in Finance Department.
Mr. Al Moosawi holds Bachelor of Arts in Finance from Majan College, University of Bedfordshire, UK.