Fazal Ali Khan currently holds the position of CNG Development Manager with Emirates Gas LLC, a member of the Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) Group, a wholly owned company of the Government of Dubai.
He previously worked with LMF Middle East (Leobersdorfer Maschinen Fabrik) of Austria as Area Sales Manager looking after Sales & Service of LMF products in the Middle East, Asia and South East Asia from their operational base in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Fazal has been at the forefront of CNG/NGV developments in the region, having been designated as Vice President of Asia Pacific Natural Gas Vehicle Association (ANGVA) since 2003, and currently is the Chairman of the ANGVA Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP) whose primary objective is to investigate / analyze CNG/NGV related incidents and accidents in the Asia Pacific Region and provide safety advice / recommendations based on what is learnt from these investigations to further enhance safety of the CNG/NGV Industry in the region.
H e has earned qualifications from Association of Overseas Technical Scholarship (AOTS) Japan in Automotive Engineering and Alternative Fuel Technology from New Zealand.

Christof Rühl is the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority’s (ADIA) first Global Head of Research. In this new function, he is responsible for establishing, managing and leading ADIA’s first global research team, providing economic and geopolitical underpinning to the fund’s strategic and commercial decisions.
Christof has a distinguished track record in business, academia and economic policy making. From 2005 to 2014, he served as Group Chief Economist and Vice President of BP plc. Prior to BP, he was at the World Bank (1998-2005) where he served as the Bank’s Chief Economist in Russia and in Brazil. Before that, he worked in the Office of the Chief Economist at the EBRD in London. Christof began his career as an academic economist, first in Germany and from 1991 as Professor of Economics at the University of California in Los Angeles.
Christof also held Visiting Professorships at academic institutions worldwide. His areas of specialisation are macroeconomics and energy economics. He is published and quoted widely in these fields. Christof currently also holds the position of a Visiting Professor at UCL, Australia, and is an Independent Board Director of Halyk Bank, Kazakhstan.