SAUDI ARABIA - Key members of the Saudi Aramco Executive Management.The following are the other key members of Saudi Aramco's Executive Management:
Sadad Al Husseini, EVP and member of Saudi Aramco's board of directors. Salem Said Aydh, SVP for engineering & operations services. Mohammed al Iraani, SVP for finance & controller. Abdel Aziz Al Khayyal, SVP for international operations. Yusof Rafie, SVP for industrial relations & affairs. Abdullah Bin Saif Al Saif, SVP for E&P. Saad Al Shaifan, SVP for refining, supply & distribution. Dhaifallah Al Otaibi, SVP for gas operations. Stanley McGinley, general counsel & secretary.
The Board Of Saudi Aramco Saudi Aramco, the state-owned national oil company of Saudi Arabia, is the largest oil corporation in the world and the world's largest in terms of proven crude oil reserves and production. : This company's board has 12 members. On Oct. 30, 2001, King Fahd issued a Royal Order changing four of the members, with the board's three-year tenure effective from Nov. 30. The previous board change was made in late February 1996. The board is a follows:
1. Minister Naimi (see his profile in OMT (Object Modeling Technique) An object-oriented analysis and design method developed by James Rumbaugh. See Rational Rose.
OMT - Object Modelling Technique ), as chairman. The board's meeting can be held at the chairman's request, when necessary, or upon the recommendation of more than half of the board's members.
2. Dr. Abdel Rahman Bin Abdel Aziz Al Tuweijri, close to Prince Abdullah and secretary general of the Supreme Economic Council. Until 1999 he was an executive director in the IMF IMF
See: International Monetary Fund
See International Monetary Fund (IMF). . He was appointed as board member on Oct. 30, 2001 to succeed Commerce Minister Osama Al Faqih who became a board member in late February 1996.
3. Finance Minister Dr. Ibrahim Al Assaf (retained since 1996).
4. State Minister and Saudi Ports Authority Chairman Dr. Abdel Aziz Bin Ibrahim Al Manie', who in November 2001 replaced State Minister Musaed Al Ayban (member since February 1996).
5. Dr. Mohammed Bin Ibrahim Al Suwayel, vice president of the King Abdel Aziz City for Science & Technology, who in November 2001 replaced Abdel Aziz Al Dukhayil (rector of King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals)
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2. Often used as a title for such a warrior. Al Gosaibi, the minister of water and electricity.
7. Abdullah Jumaa, president of Saudi Aramco, retained since August 1995.
8. Sadad Bin Ibrahim Al Husseini, EVP EVP Executive Vice President
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EVP Employee Value Proposition , retained since February 1996.
9. Abdullah Bin Saif Al Saif, SVP SVP S'il Vous Plaît (French: Please)
SVP Senior Vice President
SVP Schweizerische Volkspartei (Swiss People~s Party)
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SVP St Vincent de Paul for E&P, retained since 1989.
10. Victor Beghini, former CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of Marathon of the US, who in November 2001 replaced Harold Haynes (vice chairman of Bechtel Enterprises and former chairman of Chevron. Haynes had been a member since 1989).
11. James Kinnear a former CEO of Texaco, retained since February 1996. Before Kinnear the member used to be Clinton Garvin, former chairman of Exxon who had been on the board since 1989.
12. Rodney Wagner, of Morgan Guaranty As a verb, to agree to be responsible for the payment of another's debt or the performance of another's duty, liability, or obligation if that person does not perform as he or she is legally obligated to do; to assume the responsibility of a guarantor; to warrant. , retained since 1989.
Attached to the board of directors are executive commissions. These are formed on ad hoc For this purpose. Meaning "to this" in Latin, it refers to dealing with special situations as they occur rather than functions that are repeated on a regular basis. See ad hoc query and ad hoc mode. basis, especially when the board needs additional studies concerning major projects or a big overseas acquisition. Such a committee is formed also to study major problems or disputes.
Saudi Aramco now is structured into four divisions, reduced from seven in 1993 and from five in late 1998. These are known as "business centres" (see details in 1999 survey of Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia (sä`dē ərā`bēə, sou`–, sô–), officially Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, kingdom (2005 est. pop. in Vol. 53).
Sadad Bin Ibrahim Al Husseini is the company sole EVP. Until late February 1996, he used to head the E&P division. He belongs to a prominent clan of Palestinian origin which claims descent from the Prophet Mohammed. Members of this clan hold key positions in Saudi Arabia, including the oil sector. Born in 1946, he joined Aramco in 1972, shortly after receiving his doctorate in geology from Brown University in Providence, USA. Earlier he had a master's degree master's degree
An academic degree conferred by a college or university upon those who complete at least one year of prescribed study beyond the bachelor's degree.
Noun 1. in geology from Brown and a BS in geology from the AUB AUB Auburn (University)
AUB Alstublieft (Dutch: please)
AUB American University of Beirut (Beirut, Lebanon)
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AUB Ahli United Bank . In 1972 he became a staff geologist at the Aramco exploration Dept., a post he held until 1976, when he was named supervisor of the exploration area. He completed an Aramco management development seminar in the US in 1977 and the Management Development Programme at Harvard in 1982. He was made assistant chief geologist in 1977. He became director of budgets and programmes for corporate planning in 1978. He was promoted to relief chief petroleum engineer early in 1980 and was named manager of the Production Engineering Dept. later that year. In 1982 he was promoted to general manager of petroleum engineering. In 1984, he was made VP with responsibility for the northern producing area. He became VP for petroleum engineering & development in 1985, and was promoted to SVP in December 1987 in charge of E&P. His prominence rose in early June 1989, when his division found sweet oil and gas in Hawtah, 190 km south of Riyadh. Further finds proved the Najd fields contained big reserves of oil, condensate condensate, matter in the form of a gas of atoms, molecules, or elementary particles that have been so chilled that their motion is virtually halted and as a consequence they lose their separate identities and merge into a single entity. and gas. In late 1991 he was elected to the board of Ssangyong Oil Refining in South Korea, after Saudi Aramco bought 35% in it.
The Supreme Council of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Noun 1. mineral resources - natural resources in the form of minerals
natural resource, natural resources - resources (actual and potential) supplied by nature , chaired by King Fahd, was formed in early 2000. In early October 2000 King Fahd decreed that the council take over the management of Saudi Aramco. Its 12 other members are: CP Abdullah, Defence Minister Prince Sultan, FM Prince Saud Al Faisal, Oil Minister Naimi, Finance Minister Assaf, Industry Minister Hashem Yamani, Planning Minister Khalid Al Qusaibi, State Minister and SCPMR's Secretary-General Mutleb Bin Abdullah Al Nafisah, President of King Abdel Aziz City of Sciency & Technology Saleh Al Ithil, former deputy finance minister Abdel Aziz Al Rashed, Saudi Aramco President Jumaa, and the Gas Opening's Negotiating Committee Secretary-General Abdel Rahman Al Suheibani.