Abdallah Salem el-Badri

Abdallah Salem el-Badri
عبد الله سالم البدري
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20th and 27th Secretary General of OPEC
In office
1 January 2007 - 31 July 2016
Preceded byEdmund Daukoru
Succeeded byMohammed Barkindo
In office
1 July 1994 - 31 December 1994
Preceded bySubroto
Succeeded byRilwanu Lukman
Personal details
Born(1940-05-25) 25 May 1940 (age 77)
Ghemines, Libya
Alma materFlorida Southern College

Biography

Abdalla Salem el-Badri (given birth to 25 Might 1940) is a past Libyan standard who served while Chairman from the Country wide Oil Company (NOC), Minister of Petroleum, Minister of Energy, Minister of Administration, and Deputy Primary Minister. He was also the longest-serving Secretary General of OPEC, keeping the positioning in 1994 and 2007–2016. He’s a resident of Libya and resides in Austria. He’s wedded with five kids. OPEC selected Nigeria’s Mohammed Barkindo to achieve success el-Badri mainly because Secretary General, effective 1 August 2016. Among their predecessors was Omar el-Badri who kept the positioning in 1970, although OPEC will not disclose any connection between its two Libyan Secretaries General using the same family members name. Abdalla El-Badri was created in Ghemines, Libya, and began his essential oil industry profession in 1965 with Esso. He graduated cum laude from Florida Southern University in 1975 having a B.S. in accounting. He offered as the Libyan Minister for Essential oil from 1990, the post becoming expanded to protect electric power in 1993. In 2000, he relocated to be Under-Secretary for Solutions, after that in 2002 he became Deputy Primary Minister. From 2002 to 2004, he offered as Minister for Administration.

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