Deputy Minister for Medical Supply and Engineering Affairs

Deputy Minister’s CV

Eng. Badr Abdullah Al-Dulami

Current Position: 
Eng. Badr Abdullah Al-Dulami has worked as the Deputy Minister of Health for Medical Supply and Engineering Affairs since 13/3/1438H., as well as the Advisor to the Minister of Health for Projects Management since his assignment in 19/2/1437H.

Experiences and Previous Positions:
  • He worked as the Assistant Deputy Minister for Engineering Affairs for seven months starting from 23/8/1437H. He also assumed the position of Executive Director of Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz Medical City for serving the northern regions, and King Faisal Medical City for serving the southern regions for eight months, from 7/7/1437H.
  • Eng. Al-Dulami also worked as director of several giant projects with Saudi Arabian Oil Company "Saudi Aramco", most recently was Wasit Gas Plant from 1432H, the greatest gas project in the region, which further raised the Kingdom’s gas processing capacity by 20 percent.   
  • He worked at Aramco for nearly three decades, during which he assumed leadership responsibility in projects management, contracts and purchasing department and Aramco's projects management office. He has helped in implementation and operation of several vital and giant projects; thus, supporting the company's strategic plan and driving economic progress in the Kingdom. These projects include Wasit Gas Plant, Shaybah project (second phase), Khursaniyah Gas Plant, Qatif Oil Project and King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture project in Dhahran, as well as other several oil and gas projects across the Kingdom. Also, he participated in establishing Tatweer Education Holding Company, in collaboration with Aramco and Ministry of Education. 
Bachelor of electric engineering from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, 1414H. Also, he received several certificates in project management and business administration, as well as leadership and technical training courses. 

Last Update : 03 March 2021 10:49 AM
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