|Executive Director, Iraq Energy Institute (IEI)|
Luay al-Khatteeb is the Founder and Executive Director of Iraq Energy Institute (for public policy). Also a Senior Advisor to the Federal Parliament of Iraq on energy and economic development.
His past experience spans over 20 years in management consulting and business development with executive capacities as Director and Senior Advisor, served at various international companies including PwC, Anderson Consulting, ING Bank, Credit Suisse, British Gas, Prudential PLC, Crescent Petroleum and Shell E&P International. Moreover, he played an active role through IEI in cooperation with UNAMI, the Iraqi Federal Parliament and Regional Governments to debate vital issues on economic and legislative reform with focus on Federalism, Revenue Sharing, Hydrocarbon Policy, Fiscal Regimes, Power Sharing and National Reconciliation.
In addition to his professional commitments, Luay al-Khatteeb is an active participant at the Royal Institute for International Affairs (Chatham House), Brooking Institution (Doha-Centre), the Revenue Watch Institute, and a frequent commentator for MEES, MEED, Interfax, the Petroleum Economist, and the Financial Times. Furthermore, Luay is the Editor and Reviewer of various research papers and commercial reports in regional energy, economy and politics.
Academically, Luay earned his Honours Degree from Kingston University (UK) and studied his PhD on Petroleum Policies at the University of Salford (UK). He is also a research-contributor to Harvard Kennedy School of Government (Harvard University) and James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy (Rice University).