Vice Chairman For Economic Affairs and Foreign Trade
Ahmed Mosallam Fareed Shawky, was Born in Zagazig Sharkyia, Egypt, in 1963. He received his BSc degree in Accounting from faculty of commerce, Zagazig University in 1986.
Mosallam Started his journey in the petroleum sector in 1988 when he joined Misr petroleum company as junior payroll accountant in the financial department spending 9 years full of success before moving to EGPC in Nov. 1998 as Airplane supply(JET) follow up section head and gradated in positions till department head of Airplane supply(JET). In Feb. 2003 he was promoted as deputy general manager of Ship supply(Bunker) department, then he has been assigned to work in the department of bank operations. In Dec. 2008 has been promoted to be General Manager of transportation studies and demurrage department before being assigned to work in the department of natural gas concession agreements execution and follow up department in 2010. In late 2015, Ahmed M. Faried has moved to EGAS as assistant chairman supervisor on the economic and external trade affairs deputy.
Mosallam contributed in too many activities in the sector that led to significant impact to the sector on the micro level and to Egypt on the macro level. The most noticeable achievements of him are as follows:
1-Modified flexible pricing method for internal airports which generated considerable income for the EGPC.
2-Contributed in decreasing the vessels demurrage by 50% using the best methods of reviewing such demurrage terms.
3-Contributed in pricing studies, pricing reviews, concessions amendments, and GSA preparation for many crucial concessions. The most important of them:
A-North Alex concession agreement amendment.
D-NOOR concession agreement
4-Contributed in securing natural gas supply by leading many successful LNG tenders in years 2016 and 2017.
5-Contributed in many dispute settlements with the IOCs, such as the settled dispute with both of ENGIE and BG in 2012 about the LNG exports.
6-Contributed in rescheduling the Egyptian side overdues’ towards the IOCs.