UAE replaces energy minister in reshuffle
Abu Dhabi, March 12, 2013
The UAE has appointed Suhail Bin Mohammed Al-Mazroui as energy minister, state news agency Wam reported on Tuesday, replacing Mohammed Al-Hamli.
The change in ministers does not impact the UAE's energy policy, UAE industry sources told Reuters.
The move came in a cabinet reshuffle that did not impact any other major ministry. No reason was given for the reshuffle.
Al-Mazrouri was previously the deputy chief executive and senior vice president of new business development at Abu Dhabi's Mubadala Oil and Gas.
He had also worked at state-oil company Adnoc in the fields of reservoir engineering, production operation, and project management. Al-Hamli held the post of energy minister since November 2004. - Reuters
More Government & Laws Stories
- Saudi 'must name and shame corrupt officials'
- Libya's ousted PM Zeidan on way to Europe
- Bahrain set for big eGovernment forum
- Ministries under fire for 'failing to implement projects'
- Bahrain finance minister to be quizzed over irregularities
- 2 policemen hurt in Eker blast
- Libyan parliament sacks PM after tanker escape
- Saudi sets up panel on labour disputes
- Sand-dredging bill is hit by funding row
- Saudi rejects Maliki's charges on funding militants
- Independent foreign policy non-negotiable: Qatar
- Bahrain to crack down on bogus investments
- Bahrain urged to set up national plan to fight cyber crime
- Galfar ex-CEO gets 15 years' jail over bribes
- New law on family violence on the way in Bahrain
- Four blast suspects are remanded in Bahrain
- Bahrain to step up war on terror
- Norton Rose Fulbright moves London head to Dubai
- DSG ‘ready to implement Smart Dubai Strategy’
- Iraqi women protest new draft law
- Bahrain police 'face more danger in line of duty'
- Saudi names Brotherhood as terrorist group
- Qatar outraged over terror claims
- Bahrain PM condemns exploitation of children
- Qatar will not alter foreign policy: source
- Bahrain accuses Iran of fomenting trouble
- 'Put security before rights' in Bahrain: publisher
- 'Hizbollah trained Daih blast suspect'
- Key terror blast suspects named in Bahrain
- $2.6m Royal Fund for martyrs set up