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Govt replaces two directors of Pakistan Petroleum Limited

September 27, 2018 (MLN): Pakistan Petroleum Limited’s top leadership is seeing some reshuffling as the incumbent government appoints new officials and replaces two directors of the company, namely Hassan Nasir Jamy and Mohammad Jalal Sikandar Sultan.

According to a notification on the Pakistan Stock Exchange by the company, Mr. Hassan Nasir Jamy, member of PPL’s Board of Directors, has resigned from his post of director of the company upon his transfer from the Ministry of Energy (Petroleum Division).

Hassan Nasir Jamy was elected as a member of Pakistan Petroleum Limited’s Board on September 16, 2017.

He was posted as the Additional Secretary, Ministry of Energy, Petroleum Division whereby he was responsible for supervising regulatory and policy formulation functions under the Policy Wing, consisting five directorates of petroleum concessions, oil, gas, liquefied gases and special projects/ administration.

Prior to joining the Petroleum Division in August 2017, Jamy worked as Additional Secretary, Ministry of Water and Power (now Ministry of Energy, Power Division) for nearly three years, providing monitoring, coordination and policy support in development of mega projects such as Tarbela-IV and Diamer-Basha dams, Dasu and Neelum Jhelum Hydropower projects.

Along with Hassan Nasir, Mr. Mohammad Jalal Sikandar Sultan also resigned as director of the company upon his transfer from the Ministry of Energy (Petroleum Division). He has been a Non-Executive Director of the company since the year 2017 and has served as the Secretary for Pakistan Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Resources and as Federal Secretary, Ministry of Energy.

Mr. Mian Asad Hayaud Din, Additional Secretary Incharge for Ministry of Energy (Petroleum Division) has now been appointed as the director in place of Mr. Sikandar.

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Posted on: 2018-09-27T12:11:00+05:00

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