WMAM EXCO & Co-Chairman of the Special Projects Committee
Mohamed Siraj Abdul Razack was formerly the Director of Projects in Petrofac, a global leading oil & gas service provider. He has over 34 years of experience in oil & gas, environmental and the renewal energy business.
Prior to joining Petrofac Asia Pacific in 2012, he was the Senior Vice President of Wasco Energy Ltd as well as the Chief Executive Officer of Petro Pipe (Sabah) Sdn Bhd. Wasco Energy is a wholly- owned subsidiary of the Bursa Malaysia listed Wah Seong Corp Bhd, a leading service provider to the oil, gas and energy industry locally and overseas.
Prior to joining the Wasco Energy Group in 2006, he was the Chief Executive Officer of Alam Flora, one of the largest environment management companies in Asia; which he founded and set up in 1996. He was concurrently Director of HICOM Petro-Pipes, Petro-Pipe Industries and PPSC which manufactured pipes and carried out pipe coating for the oil & gas industry.
Before joining HICOM Holdings Berhad in 1996 (parent company of Alam Flora), he was the Managing Director of MMC Oil & Gas Engineering, a leading service provider to the oil and gas industry. He was also the founder CEO/Director of Gas Malaysia Sdn Bhd, a joint-venture between MMC, Petronas and Tokyo Gas which undertook the development of Natural Gas Distribution Systems (NGDS) on a privatization basis for Peninsular Malaysia.
He has contributed enormously as Project Director and Senior Process Consultant in most of the major oil & gas projects undertaken in Malaysia since 1980. He has also attended a Senior Management Development Programme in Harvard Business School in 2004 and has published more than 25 papers on oil & gas, environmental and renewal energy. He graduated with a Combined Honors Degree from University of Liverpool in 1980 in Chemical Processing and Industrial Management.
Persatuan Pengurusan Sisa Malaysia also known as The Waste Management Association of Malaysia (WMAM) is an association for waste management professionals. Founded in March 2005, WMAM represents people from many disciplines, including engineering, law, science as well as management.