Al Mansoori deputy CEO: Technology will help fix talent gap, East Africa is a key market

Al Mansoori Deputy CEO Ibrahim Al-Alawi says that digital technology can help solve the industry's talent gap issue, and East Africa is a key market for oil and gas companies. Watch for the full interview.

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In a one-on-one with Al Mansoori Deputy CEO Ibrahim Al-Alawi, he talks about the key market trends, latest developments at Al Mansoori, potential for digitalisation, and his hopes for geographical expansion. Watch the video for the highlights, and read the full interview.

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