Raeid Jewad

Visiting Research Fellow

Raeid Jewad has over 20 years of global experience in the energy industry in multinational organisations (Schlumberger, Shell, Crescent Petroleum, GaffneyCline) in both technical and commercial roles with a proven track record of strategic, commercial and business transformation initiatives across complex capital-intensive businesses.  He holds a PhD in Materials Science & Engineering from University of Cambridge.

  • Raeid was recently a Principal Advisor at GaffneyCline and led on a variety of projects in the oil and gas commercial and energy transition space with major IOCs, NOCs and Governments.  Examples of GaffneyCline energy transition projects which Raeid worked on include supporting the Crown Estate in its strategic assessment of the Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) commercial model in the UK; leading a project on CCS hubs in the Gulf for a major Gulf country Ministry; developing a Global CO2 Analogue Storage database for the North Sea Transition Authority; Developed a Net Zero Strategy for Wyoming Energy Authority on behalf of the State of Wyoming; developed CCUS capabilities and frameworks for a major Gulf NOC and advising an Oil & Gas company on their proposed CCS  commercial strategy.  In terms of Oil & Gas projects, Raeid has led several projects including a project with a major Gulf NOC looking to establish a new commercial and fiscal model for the country in order to attract investors, including formulation of an energy transition strategy; advising an African Government on their Gas and LNG commercial negotiations with two major IOCs; advised a Middle Eastern Ministry of Energy on capacity and capability building including restructuring of the Ministry and  establishing new oil and gas regulations in the country; advised the Mauritanian Ministry of Energy on development of a strategic vision for the oil and gas sector including the strengthening of the country’s institutional capacities related to the petroleum sector and advising the Iraqi Ministry of Oil on their commercial negotiations with two major IOCs for two major projects/concessions.
  • Raeid started his career as a Wireline Field Engineer with Schlumberger working in the North Sea, Western Siberia and Gulf of Mexico.  He then joined Shell as a Petrophysicist in the Netherlands working on the Groningen field.  He was then promoted to Senior Commercial Advisor and based in Dubai working on a JV between Shell, Petronas and Basra Oil Company, developing one of the largest oilfields in the world in South Iraq.
  • Raeid then joined Crescent Petroleum and headed all the company’s commercial and business development operations in the MENA region.
  • Raeid also spent a few years working in the UK Government as Senior Policy Advisor on Energy in the Department of Business Innovation and Skills in Westminster.

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