Editorial Board

Mr. Imran

AGRIMECH

Mr. Imran has completed his history (hons) from Delhi University and received a post-graduate degree in World History from Lucknow University. He completed his Diploma in Editing from London School of Journalism. He started his career as an Editor in Global Classroom, a leading publication house in Lucknow and later joined as Media and Communication professional in Lootah Biofuels, an Oil & Gas Company in Dubai, UAE. He later served as Media Head in Ziwira, a Canadian Media House. He currently works as Manager, Social Networking in an agriculture machinery company, Tirth Agro Technology. Pvt. Ltd., Gujarat.

Mr. Imran is highly accomplished and versatile professional with demonstrated experience in publishing and new media, as a Writer, Editor, Media & Communications Professional. Armed with a deep insight of planning media & marketing strategies to ensure that media campaigns reach their target audiences as effectively as possible. Making and maintaining good contacts with media owners, such as newspapers, magazines and websites. His work experience in editorial and communications has provided him the opportunity to employ his skills to undertake significant roles in public relations and journalism. In addition, ha has been a key contributor in the editing, reporting and press coverage of live media and conference events. He has a passion for news, media marketing, broadcasting and social lifestyle platforms, having made numerous contributions to leading publishers and interviewing news makers.

ACHIEVEMENTS
  • Appointed as Honorary Journalist by Biofuel International Magazine, London to provide updates and news of Biofuel Industry in the Middle East, conduct interviews, supervise and organize events in the Middle East on behalf of the Magazine.
  • Organized Internship Fair, 2015 in collaboration with University of Sharjah
  • Did the coverage of Global Media Forum organized by Deutsche Welle, Germany
  • Covered COP21 Summit in Paris for Ziwira magazine.
  • Covered Sustainability Fair, 2015 organized by Dubai Chamber of Commerce
  • Covered Sustainability Fair, 2015 organized by Dubai Chamber of Commerc
PUBLICATIONS
  • Biofuels for a greener Dubai, Forbes Middle East
  • Path forward for biofuels, BGreen Magazine
  • The UAE seeks to generate biofuel from waste as part of a drive to monetise a problem that is eating away land, Biofuel International Magazine, London
  • Middle East OPEC countries, see a future in algae, Algae Industry Magazine
  • Bolstering a Biofuels Market in the Middle East, Renewable Energy World Magazine, USA
  • Middle East Turns to Biofuels Amid Rocky Oil Prices and Environmental Awareness, Renewable Energy World Magazine, USA
  • Middle East Turns to Biofuels Amid Rocky Oil Prices and Environmental Awareness, Cambridge University, Bioenergy Initiative.
  • An Emerging Market, Biofuel International Magazine, London
  • A Bolstering Market, after experiencing both bioethanol and biodiesel success, the Middle East is now developing algae projects to take the renewable market to the second generation, Biofuel International Magazine, London
  • Buying back the bombs, Article 24, Cover Story, Ziwira
  • Organic food & Cafe, feature story, Ziwira
  • Finding a niche, Importance of small niche firms in the GCC’s downstream sector, Refining & Petrochemicals Middle East, ITP Publication
  • Biofuels poised for growth in the Middle East, Renewable Energy Focus Magazine, USA
  • Biofuels emerging in the Middle East, Renewable Energy Focus  Magazine, USA
  • Used Cooking Oil, the most viable feedstock for biofuel production in  the Middle East, Refining & Petrochemicals Middle East, ITP
  • New biofuel pilot project underway, Biofuel International Magazine, London
  • Cooking up a Solution, Biofuel International Magazine, London
  • Fluctuating oil prices and environmental sensitization have made biofuels the most preferred fuel alternative in the Middle East, Biofuel International Magazine, London
VIDEO INTERVIEWS
  • Anthony Hobley, CEO Carbon Tracker Initiative, COP21 Paris
  • Hordur Arnarson, CEO, Landsvirkjun, COP21 Paris
  • George Ferguson, Mayor of Bristol, UK, COP21 Paris
  • Horace Luke, Founder & CEO Gogoro, COP21 Paris
  • Carl Pendragon, Co-founder, Carbon Wealth, COP21 Paris
  • Patrick Brown, CEO Impossible Foods, COP21 Paris
  • The Green School of Indonesia, COP21 Paris
  • Gulam Ashraf, COO, Lootah Biofuels, National Biodiesel Board Conference 2016, USA
  • Ana & Anabel, Founders Little Majlis
  • Fahad Saeed Hareb, Director Air Quality Department, Ministry of Environment, Dubai
  • Fahad Al Maskari, Project Head, Solar Car, ADNOC
  • Claudio Palmieri, CEO, Clean Energy Business CouncilJeremy Crane, CEO, Yellow Door Energy
  • Velery, Marketing Head, Organic Food & Café
  • Matthew King, Founder, Baem’Bu
  • Kristina Baluchova, Project Head, Manzil
  • Thomas Milz, Managing Director, Volkswagen
  • Saud Abbasi, Managing Director Al-Futtaim Motors
  • Wael Bakhaty, Automative Group Sales Manager, Al-Futtaim
  • Tao Jiang, Project Manager, Hyundai Middle East
  • Alexandre Mussallam, CEO, Enova
  • Karen M. Gerwitz, National Sales Manager, Eurofins, National Biodiesel Board Conference 2016, USA
  • Sarfraz Dairkee, Secretary, Emirates Green Building Council
  • Karine Antoniades Turk, Public Affairs Manager, Nestle Middle East
  • H.E. Suhail Al Zarooni, Chairman, Al Zarooni Group
  • Habiba Al Marashi, Chairman, Emirates Environmental Group
  • Lina Hourani, CSR Director, Al Ahli Group
  • Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, CEO, Dubai Electricity & Water Supply