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SAUDI ARABIA - New Saudi Aramco Board.

King Abdullah on July 31, 2007, issued a decree reconstituting Saudi Aramco's board of directors for a period of three years beginning on Sept. 27, with Minister Na'imi retained as its chairman. The new members are: King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals Rector Khaled ibn Saleh al-Sultan; Saudi Aramco Senior VP for Engineering & Project Management Salim S. al-Aydh; former chairman of the Royal Dutch/Shell Group Mark Moody-Stuart; and former executive VP of the International Finance Corp and Managing Director of the World Bank Peter Woicke.

The other members of the new board are: Finance Minister Assaf; King Abdul-Aziz City for Science and Technology President Suwaiyel; Secretary-General of the Supreme Economic Council (SEC) and Chairman of the Capital Markets Authority Abdul-Rahman al-Tuwaijri; Saudi Aramco CEO Jum'ah; Saudi Aramco Sr VP for Refining, Marketing and International Abdul-Aziz ibn Fahd al-Khayyal; Saudi Aramco Sr VP for Industrial Relations Khaled A. al-Faleh; and former president/CEO of Texaco James W. Kinnear.
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Publication:APS Review Downstream Trends
Date:Oct 22, 2007
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