Mr Li Xiang Ping started his career as an accountant at Dongming County Medicine Company in 1983. He joined the Dongming County Audit Bureau as their deputy bureau offcer in 1986 where he managed internal discipline issues. In 1993, he joined Dongming County Petroleum Refning Factory as the fnance manager. Mr Li subsequently became the chief accountant of Dongming County Petroleum Refning Factory and was overall in charge of the fnancial management of the factory.
In 1998, Mr Li was appointed as the director and chief auditor of Shandong Dongming Petrochem Group Company Limited (“Dongming Petrochem”) and was responsible for the daily operations of the business as well as the accounting functions of the company. In 2001, Mr Li was appointed chairman of Dongming Petrochem group and has since been responsible for the overall development and operations of the business. Mr Li is a People’s Representative in the annual National People’s Congress of Shandong Province.
Mr Li is also a deputy chairman of the Dongming County Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. Mr Li received a senior auditor qualifcation from the Shandong Province Audit Profession Advance Accreditation Committee in December 1998 and a senior accounting qualifcation from the Shandong Province Accounting Profession Advance Accreditation Committee in December 1999.
Mr Li obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Financial Accounting from the University of Shandong Offcials in 1999 and has completed a business administration graduate programme offered by the Shandong University in December 2004.
Since 2015, Mr Li has been appointed as the chairman of the Association of oil & petrochemical Refnery in the Shandong province(山东省炼油化工协会)
Mr Wu Guozhi has more than 40 years of experience in the China petroleum industry. He started his career in 1970 in the Oil Transportation Bureau in Jilin Province where he rose quickly to become the Vice Chairman of the Trade Union, as well as Master and Party Branch Secretary of Xinmiao Oil Pump Station. In 1979, he went on to join the Tibet Autonomous Region Oil and Gas Company and served as the vice manager of its petroleum department. Between 1981 and 2010, Mr Wu took on various positions within PetroChina Company Limited and retired from the Group in June 2010 from his last position as its general manager and chairman based in Beijing.
Mr Wu holds a Bachelor’s degree in 1986 from the Daqingpetroleum Institute in Business Administration.
Mr Zhang Liu Cheng is also Deputy General Manager (Finance and Administration) of our subsidiary, Dongming Hengchang. Mr Zhang worked in the Dongming County Finance Department as an accountant between 1996 and 2001 where he was responsible for the accounting functions of the department. In June 2004, Mr Zhang joined Dongming Hengchang as its fnancial controller overseeing the daily operations of the fnancial management and the overall fnancial management of Dongming Hengchang.
Currently, he serves as the deputy chairman of the corporate branch of the Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang (Xicheng district) (中国国民党革命委员会会西城区企业支部副主委) and a member of the Economic Committee (西城区经济委员会委员). He is also the deputy chairman of the Dongming County Association of Industry and Commerce (东明县工商联副主席) and a member of the standing committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (东明县政协常委) in Dongming county. He is also a member of the Joint experts Committee in the China Petrochemical and Gasoline Association (中国石化联合会油气专家委员会).
Mr Zhang obtained a Bachelor’s degree in 1996 from Shandong University in Accounting. From 2001 to 2004,
Mr Zhang studied at the China Agricultural University and attained a Masters in Agricultural Economy Management. He is a Certifed Accountant (Higher level) in China since 2014 and a Certifed Public Valuer qualifcation from the Ministry of Finance of the PRC.
Mr Teo Moh Gin currently also holds directorship in Vive Capital Pte. Ltd and is involved in the investment related work. Mr Teo has more than 25 years of global experience in fnance, business development and consulting. He started his career in 1983 as a consultant with Arthur Andersen where he was in charge of various management consultancy projects. In 1990, he joined the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation as a senior investment offcer (real estate department) and was responsible for the acquisition and management of prime commercial assets.
In 1998, he joined System Access Ltd as its fnancial offcer overseeing the fnance and corporate development of the company. He was also previously with the Transword Carnival Corporation as its chief executive offcer and was responsible for the overall management of the company. He joined GKE International Ltd as their executive vice president and was responsible for their merger and acquisitions function as well as business development of the company.
Between March 2006 and January 2007, he was the chief corporate offcer of Richland Group and was responsible for the corporate development of the company. He obtained a Bachelor of Accountancy (Honours) from the National University of Singapore in 1983 and a post-graduate diploma in Business Administration from the University of Manchester in 1998.
Mr Zhao Jinqing has more than 30 years of experience in the import and export licensing administration in China. He began his career in 1970 in the Lanzhou Military Region. In 1986, he went on to join the International Trade Administrative Bureau of the State Economic and Trade Commission. Between 1993 and 2014, Mr Zhao took on various positions within the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation (“MOFTEC”) and retired from MOFTEC in June 2010 from his last position as its Deputy Director General, Quota and License Administrative Bureau of the MOFTEC.
Mr Zhao holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chinese Major from the Central Radio and Television University in 1985. He studied English full time at the University of International Business and Economics in 1992. In 2005, he obtained a Bachelor’s degree of Economic Management from Party School of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China.