Budget allocations for government bodies

Updated 29 December 2012
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Budget allocations for government bodies

The general budget for 2013 has made allocations for the following government organizations:
1-Revenues of Saudi Ports are estimated at SR 3,500,000,000 and approved expenditures at SR 1,897,151,000.
2- Revenues and expenditures of General Organization of Saudi Arabian Airlines are estimated at SR 24,690,000,000 . The organization levies its revenues and runs its expenditures according to its own system.
3- Revenues of General Organization of Grain Silos and Flour Mills are estimated at SR1,800,000,000 and approved expenditures at SR2,236,846,000.
4- Revenues and expenditures of Saline Water Conversion Corporation are estimated at SR 15,692,556,000.
5- Revenues and expenditures of General Organization of Railways are estimated at SR 2,036,268,000.
6- Revenues and expenditures of Royal Commission of Jubail and Yanbu are estimated at SR 9,105,273,000.
7- Revenues and expenditures of Saudi Standards and Quality Organization are estimated at SR 190,105,000.
8- Revenues and expenditures of Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority are estimated at SR 179,306,000.
9- Revenues and expenditures of King Saud University are estimated at SR 9,424,006,000.
10- Revenues and expenditures of King Abdulaziz University are estimated at SR 5,710,048,000.
11- Revenues and expenditures of King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals are estimated at SR 1,345,912,000.
12- Revenues and expenditures of Imam Mohammed bin Saud Islamic University are estimated at SR 3,815,770,000.
13- Revenues and expenditures of Islamic University are estimated at SR 1,005,070,000.
14- Revenues and expenditures of King Faisal University are estimated at SR 2,204,421,000.
15- Revenues and expenditures of Umm Al-Qura University are estimated at SR 2,690,602,000.
16- Revenues and expenditures of King Khalid University are estimated at SR 3,605,100,000.
17- Revenues and expenditures of Taibah University are estimated at SR 2,077,990,000.
18- Revenues and expenditures of Al-Qassim University are estimated at SR 2,350,989,000.
19- Revenues and expenditures of Al-Taif University are estimated at SR 2,040,426,000.
20- Revenues and expenditures of Jazan University are estimated at SR 1,771,539,000.
21- Revenues and expenditures of Jouf University are estimated at SR 1,440,536,000.
22- Revenues and expenditures of Hail University are estimated at SR 1,330,502,000.
23- Revenues and expenditures of Tabuk University are estimated at SR 1,287,615,000.
24- Revenues and expenditures of Baha University are estimated at SR 941,318,000.
25- Revenues and expenditures of Najran University are estimated at SR 1,079,175,000.
26- Revenues and expenditures of Northern Border University are estimated at SR 932,667,000.
27- Revenues and expenditures of Princess Norah bint Abdulrahman University are estimated at SR 2,195,939,000.
28- Revenues and expenditures of Dammam University are estimated at SR 2,907,756,000.
29- Revenues and expenditures of Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz University are estimated at SR 1,239,675,000.
30- Revenues and expenditures of Al-Majma'a University are estimated at SR 949,406,000.
31- Revenues and expenditures of Shaqra University are estimated at SR 896,819,000.
32- Revenues and expenditures of Saudi Electronic University are estimated at SR 354,902,000.
33- Revenues and expenditures of the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation are estimated at SR 5,318,093,000.
34- The revenues and expenditures of King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology are estimated at SR 2,150,419,000.
35- The revenues and expenditures of Institute of Public Administration are estimated at SR 565,115,000.
36- The revenues and expenditures of King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center at SR 5,713,000,000.
37- The revenues and expenditures of Saudi Red Crescent Authority are estimated at SR 1,837,340,000.
38- The revenues and expenditures of Military Industries Corporation are estimated SR 2,729,921,000.
39- The revenues and expenditures of Saudi Geological Survey are estimated at SR 235,669,000.
40- The revenues and expenditures of Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities are estimated at SR 703,000,000.
41- The revenues and expenditures of Communications and Information Technology Commission are estimated at SR 993,600,000.
42- The revenues and expenditures of Saudi Food and Drug Authority are estimated at SR 994,100,000.
43- The revenues and expenditures of Saudi Post are estimated at SR 2,524,041,000.
44- The revenues and expenditures of General Authority of Civil Aviation are estimated at SR 16,588,746,000.
45- Revenues and expenditures of Human Rights Commission are estimated at SR 116,348,000.
46- Revenues and expenditures of General Survey Authority are estimated at SR 589,400,000.
47- Revenues and expenditures of King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy are estimated at SR 500,000,000 .
48- Revenues and expenditures of Saudi Bank for Savings and Credit are estimated at SR 423,389,000.
49- Revenues and expenditures of General Organization of Guardianship of the Money of Minors and Alike are estimated at SR 80,000,000.
50- Revenues and expenditures of Television and Broadcasting Commission are estimated at SR 1,630,797,000.
51- Revenues and expenditures of Saudi Press Agency are estimated at SR 182,760,000.
52- Revenues and expenditures of General Authority for Audiovisual Information are estimated at SR 7,000,000.


General Electric to trial world’s largest wind turbine in Britain

Updated 49 min 12 sec ago
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General Electric to trial world’s largest wind turbine in Britain

  • Britain is aiming to be a leader in offshore wind technology
  • The largest wind turbines currently in operation are MHI Vestas’ 9 MW turbines in Aberdeen, Scotland

LONDON: US conglomerate General Electric will test the world’s largest wind turbine in a facility in northeast England, it said on Tuesday.
GE Renewable Energy, the renewable arm of the US firm, and the British government-funded Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult signed a five-year agreement to test GE’s Haliade-X 12 megawatt (MW) turbine in Blyth, Northumberland.
“This is an important agreement because it will enable us to prove Haliade-X in a faster way by putting it under controlled and extreme conditions,” John Lavelle, president & CEO of GE’s Offshore Wind business said in a statement.
Britain is aiming to be a leader in offshore wind technology and its capacity could grow by five times current levels to 30 gigawatts by 2030, according to a report funded by a range of industry participants.
Britain’s energy and clean growth minister Claire Perry welcomed the agreement and said it highlights Britain’s world class research and testing facilities.
The largest wind turbines currently in operation are MHI Vestas’ 9 MW turbines installed at Vattenfall’s windfarm off the coast of Aberdeen, Scotland.
Companies have been building larger turbines to help get more power from each turbine installed and drive down the cost of the electricity they produce.
The agreement also includes a 6 million pound ($8.5 million) combined investment from Britain’s Innovate UK and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) to install the world’s largest and most powerful grid emulation system at the Catapult’s Blyth center.