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Supply and Joint Venture Coordination
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Manager of North Ghawar Producing Department
Southern Area Oil Operations
Urban Planning Management
Society of Petroleum Engineers
company-sponsored bachelor's degree
University of Kansas
master of business administration degree
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Aramco Overseas | IP week
51910: Company representatives at the IP Week reception were Dawood M. Al-Dawood: Bader Al-Ghouth, managing director of Saudi Petroleum Overseas Ltd. (SPOL), Charles Thompson, SPOL senior marketing manager; Sulaiman Ababtain, manager of Saudi Aramco Product Sales and Marketing; Mohammed Al-Sharari, SPOL marketing manager; Khalid Al-Qahtani, Crude Oil Sales and Marketing Department (COSMD), Saudi Aramco and Fouad Al-Rammah, senior marketing manager, COSMD, Saudi Aramco.
51923 or 51927: Dawood M. Al-Dawood welcomes guests to the SPOL annual customer reception. CNV00029: James Smith, President of the Energy Institute, Dawood M. Al-Dawood and Mike Smith, Vice President. LONDON - "Investment in capital, technology, people and partnerships are the four key success factors needed to meet future energy demands," said Dawood M. Al-Dawood, vice president of Marketing, Supply and Joint Venture Coordination, who was the guest of honor and key speaker recently at the Energy Institute's International Petroleum (IP) Week luncheon. Al-Dawood, in his speech titled "Investing through the Downturn: Four Key Success Factors for the Energy Future," urged the 2,000-strong audience to "see the many positives and opportunities that lie ahead," despite the current business climate. He began by setting a backdrop for the present oil environment. "In the deepest recession in living memory, oil demand has declined, extending the trend of lower consumption triggered in 2008 by historically high oil prices," he said. He then gave insight into Saudi Aramco's belief that "the big challenges for the oil industry are above ground, not beneath it," highlighting the positive impact of technology and innovation as a means to tackle those challenges. Al-Dawood spoke of Saudi Aramco's plan "to continue to invest across the hydrocarbon value chain to support global supply efforts, now and in the future," following with highlights of Saudi Aramco's massive investment projects. Commenting on Al-Dawood's speech, Martin Maeso, technical director of the Energy Institute, said, "Mr. One of the highlights of IP week was the Saudi Petroleum Overseas Ltd. (SPOL) annual Customer Reception, hosted by Al-Dawood.
Dawood Al-Dawood, Saudi Aramco vice president for Marketing, Supply and Joint Venture Coordination, accepted the award on behalf of the company at an awards luncheon March 24 in Phoenix, Arizona.
In his acceptance speech, Al-Dawood gave credit to Saudi Aramco's employees throughout the company and all over the world. "They are aware of their global responsibilities and are among the finest talent in the world," he said, "and as I stand here today, only accepting this award on their behalf, I would like to thank them for their great contributions toward Saudi Aramco's success - day in and day out." Saudi Aramco will continue to invest in production capacity to meet growing global energy demand, which is expected to double over the next four decades, he added. Saudi Aramco has demonstrated its commitment," he said, "by investing tens of billions of dollars over the past five years in projects that have brought the company's sustainable crude oil production capacity to 12 million barrels per day. In the next five years, he added, the company plans to invest another $90 billion in projects across the whole hydrocarbon value chain. In the next five years, he added, the company plans to invest additional tens of billions of dollars in projects across the hydrocarbon value chain. Al-Dawood emphasized the company's environmental stewardship. "Saudi Aramco's environmental policies were established more than 50 years ago as a testament to the company's strategic objective of minimizing the hydrocarbon footprint on our areas of operations," he said.
Your Petrochemical News - Saudi Aramco and Petrochina Honored as Refining & Energy Companies of the Year
Accepting the award on behalf of Saudi Aramco will be Mr. Dawood M. Al-Dawood, Vice President for Marketing, Supply, and Joint Venture Coordination, Saudi Aramco, Dhahran.
"Investment in capital, technology, people and partnerships are the four key success factors needed to meet future energy demands," said Dawood M. Al-Dawood, vice president of Marketing, Supply and Joint Venture Coordination, who was the guest of honor and key speaker recently at the Energy Institute's International Petroleum (IP) Week luncheon.
"This agreement further underlines our long-standing relationship and commitment to being a reliable long-term supplier to our customers in the wider Asia region," said Dawood M. Al-Dawood, vice president of Marketing, Supply and Joint Venture Coordination.