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RPME Power 50 2018

Ahmad Al-Ohali
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Ahmad Al-Ohali

CEO, Sipchem

Following his graduation, Al-Ohali joined SABIC in September 1981, and progressed within the company into various executive positions. He left SABIC in early 1996 to successfully launch medium-sized private industries in the film and plastic sector. Al-Ohali was part of the team that established Sipchem. He assumed the office of the president of the company in November 1999, upon its incorporation. Al-Ohali serves as the chairman of the board of directors at International Polymers Company. He also serves as a director at International Acetyl Company and International Methanol Company. Al-Ohali is currently the chief executive officer of Sipchem. He graduated with honours in June 1981 from King Fahad University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, majoring in chemical engineering.

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