Middle East is ‘critical market’ for Genoil, according to COO of Genoil.
Clean technology engineering firm Genoil has appointed Raushan Telyashev as Vice President of Genoil Middle East.
Telyashev last worked at Lukoil as Deputy Head of the Department of Construction, in charge of the execution of projects; he was also the General Director of Lukoil’s design and research institute.
He is a published author of many scientific and technical articles and patents, as well as a member of a number of committees and councils, including the Skolkovo Scientific and Technical Council of the Russian Federation’s governmental industry development fund.
In 2016, Telyashev was honoured with the certificate of appreciation from the Deputy Head of the Energy Council of the Parliament of the Republic of Iraq.
‘The Middle East is naturally a critical market for Genoil, which is currently experiencing significant transformation on the back of volatile crude markets, and the demand for cleaner products within the fuel supply chain,’ says Bruce Abbott, COO of Genoil.
‘Mr. Telyashev is hugely respected and has a wealth of experience, in conjunction with a detailed knowledge of our proprietary technology and the current market conditions.
‘He is therefore perfectly placed to develop our business position in the region.’