• Chief Executive Officer of ADMA-OPCO since June 2006
• Deputy General Manager, Zakum Development Company (ZADCO) 2003-2006
• Assistant General Manager (Operations), ADMA-OPCO 2001-2003
• Assistant General Manager (Technical), ADMA-OPCO 1997-2001
• Manager Petroleum Development, ADMA-OPCO 1987-1997
• Head of Development Planning, ADMA-OPCO 1986-1987
• Senior Reservoir Engineer, ADCO 1983-1986
• Reservoir Engineer, ADNOC 1981-1983
• Junior Petroleum Engineer, May 1979-1981

Board Member in the following Organizations:

National Drilling Company (NDC) 2012-to present
National Construction Company (NPCC) 2006-to present
Governing Board member, Petroleum Institute (University) 2008-to present
Member of the Advisory Board, Petroleum Institute 2004-2008
Member of Society of Petroleum Engineers International Board 2004-2006
Founding Member of Higher College of Technology Advisory Council 2014
Gas Processing Company (Atheer) 1999-2001
IRSHAD (Maritime Company) 1999-2006

Learning Events/Major Conferences:

Founder and General Secretary of ADIPEC 1984-1992
Chief Executive Officer
Chairman of ADIPEC 2006, 2008, 2012
Chairman of GEO 2002
Chairman of International HSE conference 2006
Several other Conferences/ATW


Honorary member of Society of Petroleum Engineers
Man of the Year in HSE among DNOC Group of Companies 2011
Received numerous Innovation and Leadership awards from BP, ADNOC, and
the SPE

Raoul Restucci was appointed MD of PDO in October 2010.  Prior to this, Raoul was Executive VP Upstream for Shell in the Middle East & North Africa and was a member of Shell’s Upstream Leadership Team. Between 2001-2005 Raoul was EVP for North & South America and President & CEO Shell E&P USA.  In 1998 he was appointed as Regional Business Director for Shell in South East Asia, including China and Australasia.  Raoul joined Shell International in 1980, following his graduation from Nottingham University with a degree in mining engineering. Early assignments included well-site and production engineering in Brunei Shell, economics and production engineering in QGPC – Qatar, E&P Liaison for South American Operations, Petroleum Engineering Manager for AFPC – Syria and GM Shell International Trading in London. Raoul is married and has three children.

Dr. Mohammed Yousef Al-Mulla



Prior to joining Bapco, Pete was the VP and GM with Chevron’s Corporate Business Development organization. He has 32 years of industry experience, with assignments in the US, Asia, Africa and Europe. Pete has spent most of his career working in the ‘Downstream’ oil and gas business, although he has held positions across the value chain.

Pete joined Chevron’s Business Development organization in early 2008 after having led Chevron’s Downstream Strategy, Planning and Business Development organization in San Ramon, California.

Pete joined Chevron’s Caltex affiliate in 2000 in Singapore, responsible for leading a number of strategic portfolio initiatives. He then moved to South Korea for 5 years where he was Chevron’s Senior Resident Director for GS-Caltex Corporation.

He worked in Southern Africa for 13 years for Engen Petroleum During this time, he held positions of increasing responsibility in leading the Supply and Trading, Special Products (including Petrochemicals and Lubricants), and Marketing organizations of the company.

Pete holds a BSc in Civil Engineering from Pennsylvania State University, a BSc in Physics from Juniata College, and MSc and PhD degrees in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.

Mohammad Husain– President and Chief Executive Officer of EQUATE Petrochemical Company since April 2012.

Prior to joining EQUATE, he was holding the position of  Deputy Chairman and Deputy Managing Director (Mina Al Ahmadi Refinery) for Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Kuwait.

With over 30 years of extensive professional service, Husain held various leading posts, administrative and technical, at Kuwait Oil Company (KOC), Petrochemical Industries Company (PIC) and Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC).

Having served at several leadership positions and board memberships, Husain’s overall competencies and areas of expertise include the petrochemical industry, petroleum affairs, gas operations, corporate planning and strategy development.

Mohammad holds a Bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineering from the US-based University of Tulsa.