Reliance Global Energy Services (Singapore) Pte. Ltd., a Singapore-based unit of India’s Reliance Industries, has appointed a new chief executive and created a business development role to expand its trading activities.
Mike Omar, chief executive of Reliance Global Energy Services since August 2009, will become president of business development, a newly created role, tasked to expand the company’s portfolio and develop new business.
K. Vishwanathan, who has been appointed as the new chief executive, was previously deputy chief finance officer of Reliance’s refining and marketing division in Mumbai, India. Prior to joining Reliance seven years ago, he was deputy general manager (finance) in the international trade division of India’s state-owned Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd. (BPCL).
Reliance’s Singapore office was established in 2009. Reliance operates India’s largest refinery, the Jamnagar refining complex in Gujarat, with a total capacity of 1.24 million barrels per day.