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Wang Tianpu

Wang Tianpu (Chinese: 王天普; 1962-), is a notable Chinese chemist, chemical engineer, and businessman. Wang is the current president of Sinopec, which is one of the three largest state-owned oil companies in China.[1]

Biography

Wang was born in Changyue (Chinese: 昌乐) County in 1962 in chemical engineering from Qingdao Institute of Chemical Industry. Wang obtained MBA from Dalian University of Technology in July 1996. In August 2003, Wang obtained doctor of chemical engineering from Zhejiang University in Hangzhou. Wang is a (national) senior engineer equivalent to professor (Chinese: 教授级高级工程师).[2]

From August 2001 to April 2003, Wang was a Vice-president of Sinopec. From April 2003 to March 2005, Wang was a senior/exclusive Vice-president of Sinopec. Since March 2005, Wang has been the President of Sinopec.[3] Since May 2006, Wang has been elected as a Director of the Board of Sinopec.

References

  1. ^ Sinopec Has World's Third-Largest Oil-Refining Capacity
  2. ^ Biography of Wang Tianpu
  3. ^ 低调王天普登场中石化 (Wang Tianpu is in charge of Sinopec)

External links

  • Welcome to Sinopec, About Sinopec, President's Address -- by Wang Tianpu (English)
  • Welcome to Sinopec, About Sinopec, President's Address -- by Wang Tianpu (Chinese)
  • Sinopec Homepage (English)
  • Sinopec Homepage(Chinese)
  • Tianpu's profile (Forbes.com) (English)
  • China Vitae: Biography of Wang Tianpu (English)
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