Management Team


JOB POSITION: Technical Director

Degree of Engineering in Naval Architecture, State University of New York, also attended Maritime College at Fort Schuyler, Bronx, New York, USA, and a qualified United States Coast Guard (USCG) ship officer of unlimited tonnage, oceangoing and offshore operations.

In 1989 he started with the Malaysia Shipyard & Engineering (Msia) organization as Head of Hull Construction for the new building of P&O Tankers, 6500 DWT clean product Tankers, Indonesian P.T. Bumi's 9500 DWT Chemical Tanker and 6000 DWT Container. In 1993, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Heavy Machinery Ltd. as a marine surveyor and offshore installation consultant, performed engineering study, attended loadouts of topsides structure by skidding of the South and North Decks for ONGC-SHG Bombay High Field Project. Also in that year, Rowan SB, USA, Brunei Shell Petroleum Co. Sdn. Bhd., Far-East Levingston Shipbuilding Ltd. and more.

Prior to that, Noble Denton Malaysia Sdn Bhd, INTEC Engineering (SEA) Sdn Bhd., Germanischer Lloyd GLM Sdn. Bhd, Pegasus Oil & Gas Consultants Sdn. Bhd., Murphy Oil Corporation Ltd, Technip Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Emas Offshore Pte Ltd, M3Nergy Sdn Bhd, Transport Technology Australia PL (Aus). His most recent endeavour is with IHI Corporation, Japan.

He also underwent various trainings, like FPSO, Subsea Production System and Marginal Deepwater Solutions, carried out by OCS Technology Group, UK. Topics inclusive of FPSO designs, mooring system, turret design, FPSO/FPV field layout requirements, riser designs, analysis of subsea production system, reservoir engineering, drilling and downhole completions, safety and regulatory requirements, cost evaluation and field assessment, FPSO process systems and shuttle tanker/export options.

In addition, he was trained in Shipbuilding, Ship Repair and Maintenance. Extensive training program sponsored by Japan International Cooperation Agency. Covered in depth on the present and future of ship designs, strength and performance evaluation, quality control and management, tanker conversion, jumborisation and welding inspection. Practical training at Niigata Engineering Co. Ltd, Misaki Dockyard, IHI, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Niigata Shipyard, Japan. Involved in the new construction of Panamax and Aframax Tankers, Fishing Vessels and Ships Model Testing.

Substantial sea time aboard the training ship “Empire State”. Trained as a marine officer aboard seagoing vessel of unlimited tonnage with wide knowledge of navigation, nautical science, meteorology, International Rules of the Road and leisure boats design.



Haulilah Ahmad holds a BSc and MSc in Occupational Safety and Health . Prior to that, he obtained a diploma in Petroleum Production Operator and a certificate in Marine Engineering.

He has over 40 years of work experience and has worked in multinational companies and government linked companies such as Sapura Kencana Petroleum Berhad, Sabah SHELL Petroleum, Clough Project International, Newfield Peninsula Malaysia Inc, Petronas Carigali, EXXON Mobil, Talisman (Malaysia) Limited – just to name a few.

Mr. Ahmad is also registered and certified for various technical subjects such as Advance Rigging & Hoisting, BGAS-CSWIP Blasting Operative, and Safety and Waste Management by the following bodies: Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) Malaysia, Safety Institute Australia, The Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) Malaysia, Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Bhd (MMHE), and Department of Environment, Malaysia.

His career highlights include being an integral part of the Health, Safety, Security and the Environment (HSSE) committee for The Gumusut-Kakap Semisubmersible Floating Production project in East Malaysia. The USD2 billion project is a collaboration between Shell Sabah Petroleum Company (SSPC - operator), MISC (owner) and Malaysian Marine Heavy Engineering (MMHE – contractor).

His main tasks were to ensure the implementation of HSE plans by conducting various job hazards daily analysis and reported directly to the Head of HSE. As a qualified HSE trainer, he successfully conducted more than 250 various trainings for over 5,000 workers on the project.

Mr. Ahmad also worked closely with MMHE Training Institute to develop a training methodology, which is designed to cater for the multicultural workforce particularly from Bangladesh, Myanmar, Pakistan, Thailand and Indonesia.

In addition to being a HSE specialist, he is a qualified rigging and hoisting personnel. He conducted regular gap analysis for crane, rigging and hoisting activities while assisted the SSPC Lifting and Hoisting team in the daily fabrication activities. Mr. Ahmad also successfully developed a Scheduled Waste Management program for the project and while simultaneously obtained professional accreditation from Department of Environment Malaysia.