SEB’s new CEO pays courtesy call on SS
By : NewsDesk
Date Posted : Friday 04-Nov-2016
KUCHING: Sarawak Energy Berhad’s (SEB) Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Sharbini Suhaili paid a courtesy call on State Secretary Tan Sri Datuk Amar Haji Mohamad Morshidi binAbdul Ghani at his office at Wisma Bapa Malaysia in Petra Jaya, yesterday as part of his introductory rounds.
Sharbini is a Sarawakian with extensive national and international experience in the oil and gas industry in high level positions with petroleum giants, Shell and Petronas.
Prior to assuming the role of SEB Group CEO on 1 November 2016, Sharbini was Petronas Group Vice President for Health, Safety, Security and Environment, reporting directly to the President.
Sharbini was tapped to lead the government-owned power utility and energy development company with regional ambition after an extensive search for a Sarawakian with international credentials.
He began his career in Sarawak Shell Berhad in Miri, and spent more than five years at the Shell Head Office in The Hague, The Netherlands, as a Process and Project Engineer working on oil and gas projects in Iran, Norway, Peru, Philippines and the UK.
He was General Manager of Shell Malaysia’s Sabah upstream operations and headed non-operated joint-ventures before joining Petronas in 2010 as Vice President, Production International.
He was later appointed Vice President, Upstream International, looking after Petronas’ upstream businesses which operate in more than 23 countries, stretching from Indonesia, Myanmar, Vietnam to Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan in the Caspian and Iraq, Oman in the Middle East, to Egypt, Sudan, Chad, Algeria and Mauritania in Africa, in Ireland, Canada and Argentina in the Americas, working with more than 50 international partners around the world.
- Sharbini Suhaili (left) with Tan Sri Datuk Amar Mohamad Morsidi during a courtesy on the latter at his office at Wisma Bapa Malaysia in Petra Jaya, Kuching.