“To become a respected brand within the Oman’s power market by being the safest, most reliable, efficient, and environmentally conscious power provider, ensuring exceptional services and value to our offtaker, shareholders and other stakeholders.”
Ahmed Zahir Hamad AL-Abri has more than fifteen years of experience in auditing and accounting. He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from Sultan Qaboos University and an MBA in Finance from Franklin University in the United States of America.
Bachelor’s Degree in process operation and maintenance engineering from Caledonian Collage of Engineering.
Mr. Al Maawali has over 15 years’ experience in power sector, and he has in depth experience in combined cycle power plant. He worked 14 years in operation department as shift charge engineer in BARKA II power plant. He joined Phoenix Power Company in 2014 as a Commercial Manager. His responsibilities include monitoring the plant performance against approved short and long term business plan, reporting on variances against agreed performance parameters and targets, and ensuring that all statutory and regulatory obligations are met on assigned areas.
Yaarub holds a BSc degree in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Economics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York, USA.
Yaarub joined Phoenix Power Company in 2019 as a Commercial Manager, with over three years’ experience in the power sector. His responsibilities include monitoring the plant performance against the approved business plan, reporting on variances against the agreed performance parameters and targets, ensuring that all statutory and regulatory obligations are met, and optimizing the existing commercial agreements.
Mr Baldwin has over 30 years’ experience in the Power Generation sector and a Diploma in Instrumentation and Electronics. He started his career in control systems and then subsequently worked across Asset support, Operations and Engineering and Maintenance functions.
He has extensive management experience with a successful track record of developing and leading teams to achieve positive results.
Working across numerous assets including Coal fired generation, GGCT’s, Gas supply networks and supporting Asset management functions both in the UK and internationally.
Before joining POMCo in January 2017 he was working for Uniper (formally E.ON) as Engineering and Maintenance Manager across three business units comprising of a Gas Network supplying internal and external customers and two CCGT Power Stations.
Salim holds a BEng Mechanical Engineering Degree from the University of Wales Swansea and Master of Business and Administration from the University of Strathclyde, Scotland. With a total experience of 15 years in the power generation and water desalination field in Oman, Salim held key positions as the Maintenance Manager at Sohar I IWPP Plant and as Operation Manager at Al Rusail IPP Plant. His key experience is in the in a safe, reliable and efficient operation of CCPP within the business contractual framework.”
Degree in Fire Safety Engineering from University of Central Lancashire, Certification in IOSH managing Safety and NEBOSH (International General Certificate) Lead Auditor OHSAS 18001:2007.
Mr. Abdul Aziz joined Phoenix Power Company in 1st November, 2015 with a background of experience of more than 12 years in Health and Safety in Oil & Gas and Power Plant sector. Mainly served in Port Sultan Qaboos, Vale Oman Pelletizing Company, POMCo (Phoenix Power Operation & Maintenance Company, LLC and OXY Oman. Abdulaziz also served as an instructor in academic field in Fire Safety Engineering College.
Al Julandani holds a specialisation in Process Operation and Maintenance Engineering from Caledonian Collage of Engineering and is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration from the University of Bedfordshire, UK with a target date for completion of January 2021.
Al Julandani has an experience of over 23 years including 18 in the power sector. He started with Al Rusail IPP in 2002 and then joined Barka II Power and Desalination Plant during the construction period as a shift charge engineer. He joined POMCo in December 2016 as a shift charge engineer and took over the position of Sur IPP Operation Manager in October 2019. His responsibilities include ensuring that the plant meets its availability, reliability, efficiency, generation and cost targets, safely and within strict environmental limits.