Go deeper: Adnoc's transformation under CEO Sultan Al Jaber

Timeline: The sale of a minority stake in Adnoc Drilling to the US company Baker Hughes is latest step in journey which began more than two years ago

Cracking towers stand at the Ruwais refinery and petrochemical complex, operated by Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. (ADNOC), in Al Ruwais, United Arab Emirates, on Monday, May 14, 2018. Adnoc is seeking to create world’s largest integrated refinery and petrochemical complex at Ruwais. Photographer: Christophe Viseux/Bloomberg
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The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company has been going through a rapid and comprehensive transformation since Dr Sultan Al Jaber became chief executive in early 2016. The changes are aimed at optimising resources and efficiency, strengthening overall performance and fostering a more commercial culture, according to Adnoc.


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