Richard has overall responsibility for advising on the legal and commercial aspects of the Group’s activities.
He played a significant role in Petrofac’s successful admission to listing on the London Stock Exchange in 2005 and in developing the Group’s governance and compliance framework.
As a member of the senior management team, Richard participates in the Group’s risk review process and advises on corporate matters in addition to significant commercial issues.
Prior to joining Petrofac, Richard spent some 15 years in corporate finance which followed a career in the insurance brokerage industry. A graduate of Oxford University Richard qualified as a solicitor.
Marwan joined Petrofac in 1992 when the business was first established in Sharjah, having previously worked for CCC, a major consolidated contractor company based in the Gulf and the Middle East, for eight years.
In 2007, he was appointed chief operating officer of the Engineering & Construction International business, with day-to-day responsibility for the successful delivery of overall operations.
In January 2009, he became managing director of Engineering & Construction Ventures before being appointed as chief executive, ECOM with effect from 1 January 2012.
Bill has over 26 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry and now leads the Offshore Projects & Operations service line within ECOM, which focuses on brownfield projects and operations and maintenance services worldwide.
Bill joined Petrofac initially in the Developments business where he had responsibility for asset development and production, including the Don fields in the UKCS and the Chergui field in Tunisia.
Prior to joining Petrofac, Bill spent eight years at Halliburton and its subsidiary KBR, as a senior vice president and corporate officer. His responsibilities included membership of the KBR Executive Leadership Team, Global Operations and Maintenance. Bill spent his earlier career with Mobil North Sea and Shell. He is a chartered engineer and graduated with a first in Engineering from Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh.
Gordon leads the Production Solutions service line within IES, although he initially joined Petrofac as Managing Director of Petrofac Facilities Management (now Offshore Projects & Operations).
Within Production Solutions, Gordon is responsible for developing and managing the Group’s portfolio of Production Enhancement Contracts including four projects in Mexico, and the Ticleni Field in Romania.
Prior to joining Petrofac, Gordon spent more than 20 years with ConocoPhillips in various leadership and management roles throughout the upstream business worldwide. He has also held non-executive roles in the DTI and Cabinet Office.
Gordon has an MA in Engineering from Cambridge University and an MSc in Petroleum Engineering from Imperial College, London.
As Managing Director of Petrofac’s Training Services business, Paul has overall responsibility for developing and running the Group’s global training, competence consultancy and assurance activities as part of the IES division.
Paul previously worked with Shell from 2001, where he held a number of business development-led roles within the organisation.
A Chartered Engineer and Scientist, Paul started his career as a lecturer of physics at Oxford University before moving into a number of management and development roles in organisations such as Alcan Aluminum Limited and British Gas/BG PLC.
Rob joined Petrofac to build a Europe-based engineering services business in Woking, UK, which now forms part of Petrofac’s Engineering & Consulting Services business.
In 2009, Rob was appointed Managing Director of Developments within the IES division and is responsible for leveraging our engineering and project management capability through Risk Service Contracts and Equity investments to lead the development of our customers’ upstream assets and energy infrastructure assets, with ongoing projects in Malaysia, Tunisia and the UKCS.
Rob has more than 35 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. Prior to joining Petrofac, he served as chief executive officer of Clough Engineering, the main operating company of the Australian engineering group, Clough Limited.
Rob holds a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Western Australia.
Subramanian joined Petrofac as a project manager and has held various positions since then including Executive Vice President, Projects and Deputy Chief Operating Officer of Petrofac International.
As Managing Director of Onshore Engineering & Construction within ECOM, Subramanian is responsible for all our onshore EPC projects worldwide, which are delivered predominantly under lump-sum turnkey commercial models, and a workforce of around 7,800.
Prior to joining Petrofac, Subramanian worked for Kvaerner and Jacobs in India and Oman and has more than 30 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry.
He holds an MSc in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology.
Ayman joined the Group in 1991 to establish Petrofac International, of which he was CEO. He has more than 30 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry, having formerly worked as managing director of a major civil and mechanical construction business in Oman.
Ayman is a member of the board of trustees of the American University of Beirut, founder and Chairman of the Asfari Foundation and member of the Senior Panel of Advisors of Chatham House.
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Maroun joined the Group in 1991 to establish Petrofac International. He was Group Chief Operating Officer from January 2009 before becoming President on 1 January2012.
Prior to joining Petrofac, he managed oil and gas pipeline, process facilities and civil works construction contracts in Oman and Bahrain, with the Consolidated Contractors International Company.
Maroun is a member of the board of trustees of the American University of Sharjah and a founding member of the board of trustees of the Arab Forum for Environment and Development.
Tim joined Petrofac in September 2011 from Cable & Wireless Worldwide, where he had been chief financial officer between May 2010 and July 2011.
A Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales with a degree in Engineering Science, he started his career with KPMG in London, eventually becoming a partner in KPMG’s Infrastructure Business Unit.
Until May 2010, he was chief financial officer at United Utilities Group PLC and had previously held chief financial officer roles with RWE Thames Water Limited and Innogy Holdings PLC (now RWE npower Holdings PLC) from 2002 to 2006.
Tim is a non-executive director of the Carbon Trust and G4S plc.
Andy joined Petrofac in January 2011 having spent 30 years with BP, latterly as CEO of its exploration and production business. He was an executive director on the BP plc board between 2007 and 2010.
Andy started his BP career as a project engineer on various North Sea projects, followed by commercial and operating roles in BP’s upstream business. He became executive vice president and deputy chief executive of BP exploration & production in 2004.
He is a former non-executive director of BAE Systems plc.
As the Group Director of Human Resources, Geoff has driven the progression of Petrofac’s HR strategy and organisation development.
During his time at Petrofac, the Group has grown considerably and Geoff has overseen the launch of a number of organisational development, talent management and other HR programmes.
Geoff previously worked for Hess Corporation for more than five years, latterly in the position of vice president HR – worldwide E&P. Prior to joining Hess, Geoff held a number of other HR positions in sectors including oil and gas, utilities and rail.
Craig joined Petrofac as Managing Director of Engineering & Consulting Services within ECOM. His responsibilities include the effective management and execution of Petrofac’s engineering service centres in Woking, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Houston, Algeria and Nigeria as well as our subsidiary business, Plant Asset Management.
Craig previously held the position of executive vice president within growth regions covering the Middle East, Africa and CIS for AMEC, based in Abu Dhabi. Key focus was in the growth of engineering services and Project Management Contracts.
Prior to joining AMEC, he also held numerous roles working in the oilfield service sector including those with KBR, Brown & Root and AOC International. He has previously worked in the North Sea, extensively in the Middle East, and in Asia Pacific.
Yves joined Petrofac as the Managing Director of our Offshore Capital Projects business within ECOM, which focuses on the offshore engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning (EPIC) market.
Yves has extensive expertise in the offshore sector, having more than 30 years of industry experience. During his time as Chief Operating Officer of Saipem SpA, Yves managed the offshore business, which was the most profitable of all Saipem’s business units.
He speaks seven languages and is a graduate engineer from École Centrale de Paris.