Mohammad Hassan IqbalNon-Executive Director
|Qualification||Master’s Degree in Transport Engineering & Planning from the University of Leeds, United Kingdom|
|Designation||Additional Secretary for Ministry of Energy (Petroleum Division)|
|Date of Joining||03/08/2023|
|Committee||Member HR&R and Technical Committees|
Mr. Mohammad Hassan Iqbal joined MPCL Board on August 03, 2023, representing Government of Pakistan. He is a non-executive director and a Member of the Board’s HR&R and Technical Committees.
Mr. Mohammad Hassan Iqbal is a distinguished civil servant and an officer of the Pakistan Administrative Service. Currently, he is serving as an Additional Secretary of the Petroleum Division. He attained his B.Sc. in Civil Engineering from UET, Lahore, and obtained a Master’s Degree in Transport Engineering & Planning from the University of Leeds, United Kingdom. In addition, he has completed several professional training courses, including the Common Training Program, Specialized Training Program, Mid-Career Management Course, Senior Management Course, and National Management Course.
Mr. Hassan has extensive experience of working in various provinces of Pakistan. He has served as Additional Chief Secretary for the Environment, Climate Change, and Coastal Development Department in Sindh, Secretary for the Food Department as well as Special Secretary for the Home & Tribal Affairs Department in Balochistan. In Punjab, he has held the position of Secretary of Social Welfare & Bait-ul-Maal, Special Education, Population Welfare, Mines & Minerals, Housing, Urban Development & Public Health Engineering, and Auqaf & Religious Affairs Departments. Early in his career, Mr. Hassan also served as District Coordination Officer and as Assistant Commissioner in various districts of Punjab.
His expertise, combined with his extensive experience in public service, makes him an invaluable member of the Petroleum Division.
In addition to MPCL, Mr. Hassan currently serves on the boards of Government Holdings (Pvt) Limited, Pakistan LNG Limited, and Pakistan State Oil Company Limited, as a Government representative.