Shah Rizal Dahlan


Head (Planning and Corporate Services), Project Delivery & Technology

Shah Rizal Dahlan is the Head of Planning & Corporate Services (P&CS) in the Project Delivery & Technology (PD&T) Division, PETRONAS. His role as Head of P&CS sees him drive the deployment of technology and solutions that enable the business to achieve assets operational excellence and energy efficiency. Shah Rizal also shapes and directs the formulation of PD&T business priorities and strategy, as well as the performance planning in maximizing value generation. Over and above his roles, he is also the PETRONAS Skill Group Advisor for Instrument and Control Engineering. A man of many hats, Shah Rizal is a TUV certified functional safety engineer, the Chairman of the National Standards Committee Malaysia for Oil & Gas, Engineering Leadership Council for JIP33 under the International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (IOGP), an Adjunct Professor and an Industry Advisory panel member at three universities in Malaysia. Shah Rizal joined PETRONAS in 1997 and his Technical Professional Career Path started as an Instrument Engineer with PETRONAS Ammonia Sdn Bhd where he progressed to become Custodian (Instrument & Control) in GTS, PD&T, from 2012 to 2020. He plays a key role in harmonizing the application of industrial wireless technology and influenced local academic institutions to improve curriculum and course structure to create future ready graduates. He's also the project champion in setting the landscape for PETRONAS Digital Twin. Shah Rizal holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University, USA.

Sessions With Shah Rizal Dahlan

Wednesday, 9 March

  • 08:30am - 09:10am (CST) / 09/mar/2022 02:30 pm - 09/mar/2022 03:10 pm

    Collaboration & Partnerships: Critical path to energy transition

    Panel Digitalization/AI/Machine Learning/Robotics/Cybersecurity

    The energy transition is underway and accelerating, driven by public demand, policy, technology innovations, and economic forces. The transition is revolutionizing the energy value chain and blurring the lines that used to define the traditional industry silos. In that environment, collaboration among traditional energy players, start-ups, technology companies, and policymakers is vital for success. What is the potential role of partnerships in sparking innovation, fast-tracking technology deployment, and undertaking complex multibillion-dollar clean energy projects? How can public-private partnerships contribute to accelerate the energy transition?