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By Qatar Gas Transport Company (Nakilat), Qatar              Qualification:

  • Bachelor’s degree in business administration or a shipping related discipline such as Marine Engineering. MBA / Master’s degree in Econometrics or Finance is preferred.


  • Minimum 4 – 8 years of experience in a shipping related field with exposure to shipping terminology, charters, COA’s and fundamentals such as standard voyage calculations and associated economics. Prior sailing experience will be an added advantage but is not a must.
  • Minimum 2 years of experience in Corporate Finance role in shipping or banking sector preferably.
  • Experience in developing/monitoring budgets and forecasts
    Skills:  Good knowledge of various analytical models and methodology. Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications such as Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Understanding of shipping markets and commercial issues

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for developing tools and forecasts for understanding the future outlook for the various product lines. Conduct top-down (Macro) and Bottom-up (Micro) economic analysis of potential commercial transactions such as LNGC and LPGCs acquisitions etc.
  • Analyze actual operating results and identify key financial & operating issues that need to be addressed.
  • Responsible for gathering market intelligence and insights from the field of shipping and energy on a continuous basis from investment banks, research firms and renowned ship-brokers and develop and maintain internal financial models for analyzing business performance.
  • Prepare and submit research reports to the senior management with investment ideas.
  • Prepare weekly briefing notes for P&L and other key performance metrics on the current state of the LNG business.

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