Bapco board vows to spur operations
Manama, April 10, 2012
Bahrain Petroleum Company, (Bapco) said its new board has pledged to enhance the flagship company's operations and its contribution to the national economy.
The first meeting of the new Bapco board was chaired by Adel Khalil Almoayyed.
The board members include Dr Ahmed Ali Al Sharyan, Dr Abdul Majeed Ali Al Awadhi, Shaikh Mohamed bin Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, Faisal Mohamed Al Mahroos, Mohamed Al Jamea and Abdul Majeed Basheer Al Qassab.
Energy Minister and National Oil and Gas Authority chairman Dr Abdulhussain Mirza and Bapco acting chief executive Ebrahim Talib also attended the meeting.
The board thanked Dr Mirza for guidance and support and praised the previous board for its role in Bapco's ongoing success.
The meeting agreed schedules and plans for the board and its committees the rest of the year. It also discussed issues concerning the future business plans.-TradeArabia News Service
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