In September 1999, the Al Maha Marketing Division was formally separated from Oman Refinery Company and established as an independent entity Al Maha Petroleum Products Marketing Company SAOG to exclusively distribute Petroleum Products to meet the increasing domestic demand for fuel throughout the Sultanate.

In December 1999, Al Maha officially signed on a partnership with Abu Dhabi based ABS Lubricants to manage the newly instituted company with a 65 percent stake by the Government of the Sultanate of Oman and 35 percent by the Abu Dhabi based company ABS Lubricants. In March 2004, Al Maha was converted from a limited liability company to joint stock company following the decision of the Ministry of Oil and Gas and Central Bank of Oman to divest their 65 percent stake in the company by offering 60 percent to the public and 5 percent to ABS Lubricants.

Board Information

Chairman Brigadier Saif Salim Saif Al-Harthi
Deputy Chairman His Highness Sheikh Moahmmed Bin Sultan Bin Kalifa Al-Nahyan
Members Mr. Ibrahim Mohammed Hamed Al-Harthi
Mr. Mohammed Saif Muaded  Al Kaabi 
Mr. Nabil bin Hamed Al Mahrooqi
Mr. Sultan Khalifa Saleh Al-Tai
Mr. Abdullah Mohammed Ali Al-Ma'mari


Management Information

CEO Mr. Hamed Salim Hamed Al Maghdri

As of 31 December 2017, shareholders who owned 10% or more of the share capital of the company were as follows:

Shareholder's name % of shareholding Number of shares held
1) ABS Lubricants 40.0% 27,600,000
2) Civil Service Employees Pension Fund 12.8% 8,895,910
Financial Statements

Financial Statements

Despite the prevalence of low oil prices and the challenges it offers and the cost push pressures resulting from subsidy reforms, our Company continues to focus on growth and remain positive about future prospects...


In 3rd Quarter of 2016 total sales (Jan-Sep) has increased to RO 294.9 million from RO 262.4 million, an increase of RO 32.5 Million (12%)...