There is no evidence of complacency among ADNOC Distribution's senior executives, the firm's deputy chief executive told CNBC on Wednesday.
ADNOC, which controls nearly all of the proven oil reserves in the United Arab Emirates, listed a stake in its fuel distribution unit at the end of last year. It was thought to be the biggest listing on the Abu Dhabi stock exchange in the past decade.
"We're early in the run at ADNOC Distribution … I think from our perspective, there's no level of complacency, we need to continue to deliver," John Carey said.
"I think having spent the last couple of weeks talking across the U.S. and the U.K. to our investors, there is certainly a positivity and a desire to continue and grow their investments," he added.
The oil giant's initial public offering at the end of 2017 was part of a strategy by the UAE, as well as other Gulf nations, to privatize energy sector assets amid a subdued oil price environment.