SR 57 m contracts inked for Jubail, Ras Al-Khair

Updated 21 May 2012

SR 57 m contracts inked for Jubail, Ras Al-Khair

JUBAIL: Prince Saud bin Abdullah bin Thunayan, president of the Royal Commission for Jubail & Yanbu, signed two contracts worth SR 56,918,675 million yesterday at his office in Jubail Industrial City.
The first contract signed with Abdullah Abdul Mohsin Al-Khodari Sons Co. included the implementation of operation and maintenance works for road networks in industrial areas of Ras Alkhair city. It comprises providing services, materials and all equipment and supplies as well as carrying out all related necessary operations. The contract is expected to be completed within 3 years.
The second contract, signed with a solidarity company consisting of Abdullah bin Saeed Al-Ghamdi Contracting Co. and Al-Nabba International Co. for trading projects, includes rehabilitation of facilities and building of the Royal Commission of Jubail Industrial City. The building rehabilitation includes painting, plumbing, carpentry, tiles installation, electrical works and fire prevention systems, water leaking prevention, heating and ventilating system, pavement marks, horticulture, afforestation and irrigation. This contract is expected to be completed within two years and two months.


Saudi Aramco appoints Mark Weinberger to Board of Directors

Updated 05 April 2020

Saudi Aramco appoints Mark Weinberger to Board of Directors

  • Weinberger, who replaces Andrew Gould, also serves as a director on the boards of Johnson & Johnson and Metlife
  • Weinberger was an active member of the US government, having worked across different administrations

DUBAI: Oil giant Saudi Aramco has appointed the former chairman of global firm EY (previously known as Ernst & Young) Mark Weinberger as an independent member to its board of directors, the company said in a statement.

Weinberger, who replaces Andrew Gould, also serves as a director on the boards of Johnson & Johnson and Metlife.

He is a member of several boards of trustees, including the United States Council for International Business (USCIB).

“I am honored to be joining the board of Aramco at this important time in the company’s history and world events,” Weinberger said.

Weinberger was an active member of the US government, having worked across different administrations – from George W. Bush to Donald Trump.