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Eng. Khaled S. Alohali

Vice President, Strategy, Planning and Development
Ma'aden

Engr. Khaled Alohali holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering – Honors from University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia (now KFUPM). In the 20 years prior to joining Ma’aden, Engr. Alohali held multiple leadership positions in both the public and private sectors. He completed many business and industrial investment and developmental projects. He worked at the Project Management Office of Saudi Arabian Economic Offset Program, then he consulted for the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources before holding the Vice Presidency of the National Industrial Clusters Development Program. Engr. Alohali also worked as the Head of the Saudi & Japanese Industrial Cooperation Taskforce, representing the Saudi Government; then later moved to be the Vice President of Charles River Associates International (CRAI) and its Managing Director in Saudi Arabia.

During his career, Engr. Alohali has been involved with leadership, advisory and analytical tasks including; leading two startup companies, several organizational structuring, strategies planning and implementation (national and corporate), investments evaluation, dealings with multination companies, local firms and Government agencies, promoting the Kingdom with global investors, calculating the Kingdom’s hydrocarbon and non-hydrocarbon incentives, planning for industrial infrastructure development, assessing economic impact of mega industrial projects, measuring national economic progress using matrices other than GDP, and articulating several cases-for-change aimed at adjusting some public policies or proposing new ones.

Currently, Engr. Alohali is leading Ma’aden Strategy, Business Planning, Enterprise Performance, Transformation Program, and Key Stakeholders Interface teams, as Vice President of Planning and Development.

He is also a member of Board of Managers for some Ma’aden Affiliates.

Eng. Khaled S. Alohali will be speaking at:

SESSION 2: PANEL DISCUSSION – THE FACILITATION OF INVESTMENT INTO THE KINGDOM’S DOWNSTREAM SECTOR

2016/03/09 11:00 - 12:15

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