H.E. Eng. Suhail Mohamed Faraj Al Mazrouei

Ministry of Energy & Infrastructure, United Arab Emirates

Minister of Energy & Infrastructure

H.E. Suhail Mohamed Al Mazrouei has held the position of the Minister of Energy since March 2013 before the Ministry turning in the Ministerial Formation of 2017 into the Ministry of Energy and Industry. In July 2020, the Ministry grew even bigger when merging with the Ministry of Infrastructure Development , including the Sheikh Zayed Housing Programme, and the Federal Transport Authority Land & Maritime to become The Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure. H.E. Al Mazrouei is Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Federal Electricity and Water Authority,Chairman of the Board of Directors, Emirates General Petroleum Corporation and Member of the Board of Directors of the Federal Competitiveness and Statistics Authority, and Member of the Supreme Petroleum Council and member of the Executive Committee of the Council, and Member of the Board of Directors and of the Executive Committee of Mubadala Investment Company, and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors of: (Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, Nawah Energy Company, and Barakah One Company), and Member of the Board of Directors of Dolphin Energy. H.E. Al Mazrouei has considerable experience in corporate administration in different sectors, including ship building, defense systems, oil and gas services sector and real estate development. H.E. Suhail Al Mazrouei graduated in 1996 from the University of Tulsa in the United States of America with a Bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineering. He was born in Dubai on July 1st, 1973. His hobbies include poetry, literature and history.

Sessions With H.E. Eng. Suhail Mohamed Faraj Al Mazrouei

Wednesday, 3 March

  • 09:00am - 09:35am (CST) / 03/mar/2021 03:00 pm - 03/mar/2021 03:35 pm


    New Map of the Middle East

    Panel Markets/Economics/Strategy Geopolitics/Policy/Regulatory Gas & LNG

    The EastMed Gas Forum (EGF) and the Abraham Accords have made energy cooperation between Israel and the Arab world a reality. With UAE joining the EGF, the Gulf joins the Mediterranean to chart the future of regional gas potential. The Abraham Accords have created a bridge to share clean technologies from batteries to autonomous vehicles. How will these new foundations for cooperation shape the energy future of the Middle East? Will new realities on energy cooperation also reshape regional politics?