Manager of Innovation & Technology Management at OSP, KSA
Fahad Aldosari is a manager of Innovation & Technology Management at the Oil Sustainability Program (OSP). His duties include identifying OSP’s research needs in specific oil demand sectors (Material, Transportation and Utility), building the necessary capacity in emerging research and trends by connecting OSP with relevant R&D ecosystems and leveraging the connections with local stakeholders (e.g. government entities, private companies, universities) to influence the acceleration of new and emerging relevant technologies in the oil sector. After the completion of his Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering at KSU, Fahad joined SABIC Technology & Innovation in 2011 for 10 years, including the in job training at Saudi Kayan company as process engineer in the field. During his journey at SABIC, he led and managed assignments in the areas of; energy intensity reduction, asset performance improvement, innovation and intellectual property, quality enhancement, technology evaluation and process/operation optimization. Fahad participated in and provide technical support for revision of engineering documentations and carried out feasibility study for various projects.
OSP is a government entity which was established under the umbrella of the Supreme Committee for Hydrocarbon Materials. The program works under a supervisory committee chaired by HRH Minster of Energy and includes members from 17 of the main government entities, institutions, and companies in the Kingdom. The aim of the program is to support the energy transition globally, while ensuring a reliable, sustainable and affordable energy mix. This is achieved through removing barriers to energy access in developing markets, accelerating technology developments and reducing environmental impact of conventional energy sources, with the ultimate objective of sustaining and identifying new sources for oil demand.
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Director of the Center for Energy and Propulsion Research and the Reacting Gas Dynamics Laboratory at MIT