As the General Manager of General Electric’s Global Research Oil & Gas Technology Center in Oklahoma City, Ming is responsible for the overall strategy and leadership of GE’s first sector-specific global research center where he manages a team of engineers and scientists dedicated to driving oil and gas innovation and technological advancements and accelerating the product development process.
Ming has in-depth industry experience with nearly 40 years of oil & gas experience. He formerly served as the President of the Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America, RPSEA, the Oklahoma Secretary of Energy under Governor Mary Fallin, and as an independent oil & natural gas producer as a Principal of K. Stewart Petroleum Corp.
Ming is a Board of Director for the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association(OIPA). He serves on advisory boards at Stanford University, the University of Texas BEG, Oklahoma University, and Tulsa University. He formerly served on the MIT Future of Natural Gas Study, as an adjunct professor in Energy Management at the University of Oklahoma, and as an oil & gas strategic planning advisor to the Department of Energy. He also currently serves on the Central Oklahoma United Way Board of Directors.
Ming holds a BS degree in Petroleum Engineering and an MS degree in Engineering Management from Stanford University, and is a Registered Professional Engineer in Oklahoma.
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