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Saudi Arabia’s national oil company, Saudi Aramco, is a fully integrated petroleum company with operations in exploration and production, refining and marketing, and petrochemical manufacturing.
Saudi Aramco owns and operates an extensive network of refining and distribution facilities, and is responsible for the gas processing and transportation installations that fuel Saudi Arabia’s industrial sector.
Saudi Aramco is also the world’s top exporter of natural gas liquids (NGL).
SABIC is the Saudi Basic Industries Corporation, headquartered in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It is one of the top six petrochemical companies in the world, and the largest and most reliably profitable public company in the Middle East with sound investor relations.
SABIC is the Saudi Basic Industries Corporation, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of chemicals, fertilizers, plastics and metals.
Chevron is the only large international energy company to have a continuous upstream presence in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for more than seven decades.
The company conducts exploration and production in the onshore Partitioned Zone (PZ) on behalf of Saudi Arabia. The PZ lies between Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. Petroleum and mineral resources in the PZ are shared jointly by the governments of Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.
On April 1, 2000 and after Aramco Gulf Operations (AGOC) commenced its activities and took over the Saudi Government’s share in the divided zone and Arabian Oil Company (AOC) which represented Kuwait government side, carry out Joint Operations in accordance with a Joint Petroleum Production Operations Agreement(JPPOA) internally known as Khafji Joint Operations (KJO).
Saudi Aramco and Sumitomo Chemical started the Petro Rabigh Project with the aim of building integrated oil refining and petrochemical operations by way of upgrading Saudi Aramco’s oil refinery and constructing a new petrochemical complex. A joint venture agreement was signed between Saudi Aramco and Sumitomo Chemical in August 2005 and Petro Rabigh was established, an equally owned joint venture to run the Rabigh complex, in September of the same year.
The Saudi Aramco Shell Refinery Company SASREF is at the very heart of Saudi Arabia’s petrochemical production. It is recognized as an industry innovator and was specifically designed as an export refinery. In the formation agreement, Saudi Aramco and Shell Saudi Arabia Refining Ltd. Shares fifty percent each on the holdings.
In 1981, Pertomin and Shell signed a joint agreement to establish a refinery complex. Construction of the refinery started in 1982 with inauguration on the 23rd of December 1986. SASREF was envisioned as one of the most modern refineries in the world debottlenecking from 250,000 to 305,000 barrels per day.
SAMREF is a complex refinery which was formed for the development, construction, ownership and operation of crude oil refining facilities in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia. Following the construction and start-up of the facilities, it commenced operations on November 15, 1984.
SAMREF is an equally owned joint venture between Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco) and Mobil Yanbu Refining Company Inc. (a wholly owned subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corporation).
MARAFIQ is a joint-stock company owned by its four major shareholders – the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu (RC), Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC), Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco), and the Public Investment Fund (PIF). Seven private-sector investors make up the remaining shareholders.
MARAFIQ is power and water utility company which undertakes the operation, maintenance, management, expansion and construction of seawater cooling systems, desalinated and treated water systems, sanitary and industrial wastewater systems and electric power systems to provide essential utility services to industrial, commercial and residential customers in the industrial cities of Jubail and Yanbu.
JANA – Jubail Chemical Industries Company situated in the Industrial City of Jubail, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and produces a range of Epoxy Resins – Liquid, Solution and Solid forms for a variety of applications.
JANA markets their epoxy resins under two brand names – Araldite® and Razeen®. The Araldite® brand is over 50 years old and very well-known globally.JANA also sells under its own registered brand name, Razeen®.
JANA also plans for a new plant to increase the manufacture of Epichlorohydrin, a key raw material for making epoxy resins.
Sadara Chemical Company represents a unique alliance between two corporate leaders in their respective industries – Saudi Aramco and The Dow Chemical Company – brought together through shared values and a dedicated vision to create a game changer in the chemical industry.
Sadara is constructing in Jubail Industrial City, Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest chemical complex ever built in a single phase, with 26 integrated world-scale manufacturing plants that will produce more than three million tons of products every year. Sadara will be a Fortune 500 company within the first year of full operation.
(Former Saudi Formaldehyde Chemical Company Limited) is a grass root, second generation petrochemical complex located in the Secondary Industries Park at Madinat Al Jubail Al Sinaiyah (Jubail Industrial City), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, manufacturing premium grade Methanol Derivatives, such as Aqueous & Urea Formaldehydes, Formaldehyde derivatives, super plasticizers and various Amino resins, which have a diverse applications including agricultural fertilizers, pharmaceuticals, solvents, intermediates, laminates / wood industry, plastics, paper and the production of various types of concrete admixtures.