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nogaholding's Eastlack 35th best CEO in Mideast

March 11, 2021
oil and gas

James Eastlack, Acting CEO of Bahrain's National Oil and Gas Holding (nogaholding), has been ranked as one of Middle East's top CEOs for the year 2021. He is 35th on a list of 100 CEOs.

According to Forbes Middle East magazine: 'Under Eastlack’s leadership, nogaholding commissioned Bahrain’s first LNG receiving and regasification terminal in January 2020. He also oversaw the signing of a Joint Study Agreement between National Oil and Gas Holding (nogaholding) and Chevron to evaluate future gas demand and support a future supply chain for Bahrain’s liquified natural gas terminal.

Eastlack, who is American national and currently residing in Bahrain, is also the CEO of Tatweer Petroleum, a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers and an inventor with several patents.

'We would like to congratulate our Acting CEO, James Eastlack, for being ranked on Forbes’ Top 100 International CEO’s In the Middle East... where Mr Eastlack ranked the highest for Bahrain among top local and regional names,' said nogaholding on its Instagram account.

nogaholding is spearheading the development of Bahrain’s oil and gas industry with a portfolio that includes Bapco, Banagas, Bahrain National Gas Tatweer Petroleum, Bafco, Gulf Petrochemical and Bahrain Gasoline Blending.