Wail Al Jamali is the Chief Executive Officer for OQ Supply & Trading. Prior to his promotion to the CEO role, he was Chief Operating Officer, responsible for OTI’s trading and front office activities. He holds a Master’s Degree (MEng) in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College London and has amassed 15 years’ experience in the Oil and Gas sector. Upon completing his studies, Mr Al Jamali joined Schlumberger in Abu Dhabi as a Field Engineer where he was responsible for logging the wellbore during drilling operations. Mr Al Jamali joined the OQ Group in 2004, joining Sohar Refinery during its construction phase which included on-the-job training at the Korean refiner, GS Caltex. This preparation resulted in him gaining an active role in plant commissioning activities. He soon became Senior Process Engineer responsible for the Crude Distillation Unit operations as well as training and mentoring a group of young Omani field and control panel operators.
Mr Al Jamali then moved to OQ’s trading arm, joining OTI in 2007, working initially as a crude and products operator before moving on to a trading role and then as Head of Products Trading. During his tenure, he has overseen the Products Matrix development across all disciplines including the relevant commercial support functions. In 2010, he spent the year with OQ’s “Program Apple” team that oversaw the mergers to create Orpic as well as place OTI as its sole international trading arm; handling its refined products imports and exports. He became responsible for OTI’s oil trading in 2016 and was mandated with expanding the crude desk beyond its core activities.
Sam Naylor is the Chief Financial Officer at OQ Supply & Trading, responsible for the leadership of the middle and back office functions that support the supply and trading activities within OQ. He is a UK ACA qualified chartered accountant having completed his chartered accountancy qualification with Deloitte in London, UK and also holds a BSc in Economics from the University of Nottingham.
Mr Naylor has over 15 years of experience working with trading companies as an auditor, consultant and within the industry in finance related roles. He started his professional career with Deloitte’s Banking & Securities group in London. During this time, he worked with a number of high profile commodity and energy traders, derivative exchanges, financial institutions and multinational corporates. After moving to Gazprom Marketing & Trading in 2010, Mr Naylor was quickly promoted into a Global Finance leadership role. He joined the OQ Group as the Group Financial Controller for OTI in January 2014 and was appointed as Chief Financial Officer in February 2015 – responsible for the trade finance, risk management, accounting, reporting, taxation and corporate treasury for OQ Supply & Trading based in Dubai. He is also a director of Hass Petroleum, an East Africa based oil marketing business and OQ investee company.
Said Al Maawali is Executive Director of Business Development at OQ Supply & Trading, working closely with various Omani and international stakeholders on existing and new business opportunities. His responsibilities also include supervision of the dry bulk and LNG desks along with assisting in the development of new commercial lines within the company. Having graduated as a Construction Engineer from Iowa State University and holding an MBA from University of Hull in the U.K., his career spans more than two decades and encompasses engineering, marketing and trading (including initiating and executing Oman’s first CDM project under the Kyoto protocol framework).
Dylan Goh is a veteran Petrochemical trader who joined the OQ Group in 2009. He is the Managing Director of OQ Singapore as well as head of the Petrochemical business. He received his B.A. with Honours from the National University of Singapore in 1996 and started his working life at International Enterprise Singapore (IE Singapore), a statutory board of the Ministry of Trade and Industry. Mr Goh embarked on his career in the Oil and Petrochemical sector after leaving IE Singapore in 1999 – a career which is now almost two decades old and during which he has held several key commercial and trading positions in industry-leading companies such as Shell, BASF and Chevron, both in Singapore and overseas.
Louis Linthorst is Managing Director of OQ Supply & Trading’s European office in Rotterdam in addition to his trading activities. His responsibilities also include heading up the middle distillates and fuel oil trading books. He holds a Master’s Degree in Economics from the Erasmus University in Rotterdam and has over 20 years of experience working in the oil industry in various functions. Before Joining the OQ Group in 2014 he held trading and managerial positions in Shell and Mabanaft, as well as having worked in the commercial and financial functions in Oiltanking.