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Dr. Tilak K. Doshi is Founder and Managing Director of EA&C. He is an industry expert with over 20 years of international work and consulting experience in leading oil and gas companies. Dr. Doshi is Principal Fellow and Head, Energy and Environmental Economics at the Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore. He is also Senior Advisor to the Board of Falcon Equity Advisors GmbH, a financial advisory and private equity firm with headquarters in Switzerland and offices in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. He is consultant to a number of ventures, including strategic downstream oil and gas projects and carbon emission reduction investments.
Among his prior executive management positions, Dr. Doshi was appointed by Dubai Multi Commodities Centre as Executive Director for Energy in 2005 to promote regional market and product development for the Dubai oil, gas and petrochemical sectors. Prior to joining DMCC, he worked as Specialist for Saudi Aramco in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, in the crude oil sales and marketing and corporate planning departments. Previously, he has held senior positions as Director of Industry Analysis at the Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO), Los Angeles; Chief Asia Economist, Unocal Corporation, Los Angeles and Singapore; Head of Research, Louis Dreyfus Energy Asia, Singapore; and Principal Consultant at Arthur D. Little Inc., Singapore.
Before joining the private sector, Dr. Doshi was Head of the Energy Project at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. Dr. Doshi is the author of the first book to be published on the Singapore oil industry (Houston of Asia: The Singapore Petroleum Industry, ISEAS, 1989.) He received his Ph.D. Economics from the University of Hawaii on a scholarship provided by the East-West Center to study resource and energy economics. His dissertation was on a computable general equilibrium model for studying energy-economy interactions in Indonesia. He was one of two candidates which were granted the 1984 Robert S. McNamara Research Fellow award by World Bank, and he received a Distinction for MA in Economics by Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.