Muscat – Energy Development Oman (EDO) – the newly established state-owned energy firm to fund the expansion of the Petroleum Development Oman operated Block 6 concession area and the sultanate’s energy offerings, including renewables – has appointed Mazin al Lamki as the chief executive officer.
Lamki, who is currently serving as the chief operating officer of Mubadala Petroleum will start his tenure as the CEO of EDO in the first quarter of 2022.
EDO’s interim CEO Haifa al Khaifi congratulated Lamki in a statement on her twitter handle. “Congratulations to Mazin Al-Lamki, currently COO of Mubadla, who will be taking over from me as the permanent CEO of Energy Development Oman during the first quarter of 2022,” she said.
“It has been an absolute pleasure setting up EDO over the past two years, and serving as its interim CEO,” Haifa added.
EDO recently launched its new brand identity by unveiling its corporate vision and logo.
Lamki has over 22 years of global experience in diverse technical, managerial and operational roles in the oil and gas industry.
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Manchester, Institute of Science & Technology, UK.