Dr Nasir Zubair
Lecturer, Faculty of Logistics and Supply Chain Management
PhD in Energy Supply Chain Finance
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Lecturer/Researcher at the Faculty of Transport and Logistics, Muscat University. I facilitate learning sessions across all levels using pedagogic and constructive learning methods, including accounting for business, law for business, purchasing principles for international supply chains, business for logistics, transport and engineering economics, and research methods.
My industry experience spans oil and gas, maritime, free-trade, banking, real estate, business development, and infrastructural consultancy across both the public and private sectors. My academic and industry experience enables me to support students and carry out research that will drive positive change in academia, industry and society.
I have professional membership with the Higher Education Academy (HEA), Chattered Institute of Logistics and Transport, UK (CILT), and Chattered Management Institute (CMI)
- Supply Chain Finance, with special interest in Energy systems.
- Developed case study for three chapters, in Colin Drury (2018), Management Accounting for Business (7th).
- Zubairu, N., Dinwoodie, J., Roh, S., Hunter, L. and Umaru, S. (2019), “Supply chain initiatives: Antecedents for liquefied natural gas supply chain financial performance”, Logistics Research Network Conference (LRN 2019), University of Northampton 4-6 September 2019.
- Zubairu, N. (2019), “Impact of supply chain capabilities on LNG financial performance”, LNG Bunkering Summit, Amsterdam 29-31 January 2019.
- Zubairu, N. (2018), “Improving liquefied natural gas financial performance through prioritising supply chain initiatives”, Small-Mid Scale LNG Summit, Amsterdam, 03 October 2018.
- Zubairu, N., Dinwoodie, J. and Hunter, L. (2018), “Towards a taxonomy of supply chain financial performance”, Logistics Research Network Conference (LRN 2018), University of Plymouth 5-7 September 2018.
- Khoury, B. and Zubairu, N. (2018), “Barriers to inventory management in humanitarian logistics: A Syrian supply chains study”, Logistics Research Network Conference (LRN 2018), University of Plymouth 5-7 September 2018.