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Farouq Hussein Al-Zanki Chief Executive Of�cer
Dialogue with CEO
Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) puts forth diligent efforts to fortify its status on the territorial level; in addition, it pays also a special concern to bolster this status on the international level as it is considered one of the most important companies working in hydrocarbon industry all over the world. Accordingly, the corporation applies a certain strategy of multiple pivots and goals including an environmental pivot, production pivot, a pivot for keeping oil markets balanced as well as other pivots are among its strategy which is aimed to keep its international status high and support its progress in global classi�cations with international companies. Unequivocally, participating in the international conferences and exhibitions of oil, gas and energy industry is one of the most signi�cant pivots which KPC prioritizes since such conferences are aimed to allot programs and plans for the future of energy all over the world. This interest is stemmed out from the corporation’s eagerness to exchange experiences with international energy experts to cope with the latest developments in oil industry �eld as well as supporting the Kuwaiti experiences regarding the future of energy locally and internationally. It is noteworthy that KPC took part distinctively and effectually in CERAWeek 2011 which was dubbed “Leading the Way: Energy Strategies for a World of Change”. The 5-day conference, which was held between 7-11 March, 2011 is one of the international conferences concern energy �eld all over the world. Moreover, KPC delegation included a number of Deputy Managing Directors of KPC subsidiaries who managed to give evidence on the Kuwaiti experience in energy �eld.
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HH the Prime Minister sponors 2nd P2BK
forum in which KPC takes part distinctively
KPC honors its long-service employees KPC honors its long-service personnel
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Under HH the premier’s auspices
4th P2BK forum dubbed “We’re Kuwait’s hope” launched
HH the Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser Al-Mohammed Al-Sabah inaugurated on Tuesday March 15, 2011 the 4th forum of Proud 2 Be Kuwaiti “P2BK” which is aimed to fortify the national spirit of youths as well as spotlighting the Kuwaiti talents, achievements, the authentic heritage and the small projects.
The forum is held this year under the slogan of “We’re Kuwait’s hope”. It reflects the trust of the Kuwaiti youths in a prosperous future; in addition, it further echoes Kuwait Petroleum Corporation’s (KPC) interest on such social activities as it took part in the forum so as to enable them to discover themselves, their abili- ties and develop them.
His Excellency Oil Minister, Minister of Information and Chairman of KPC board of directors Sheikh Ahmad Al-Abdullah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah re- ceived in his office in the oil complex the representative of Netherlands's Queen Beatrix Wilhelmina Armgard, former Prime Minister, State Minister HE Fem Coke on Friday February 25, 2011.
They tackled ways of bolstering the
bilateral relations between the two countries in various fields; in addi- tion, Mr. Coke congratulated Sheikh Ahmad Al-Abdullah Al-Sabah on Ku- wait’s national celebrations praising the various aspects of civilized festivi- ties he witnessed in Kuwait.
In the same context, the minister re- ceived on Sunday March 13, 2011 Polish Minister of Culture and Na- tional Heritage HE Bogdan Zdrojewski
and the accompanying delegation.
Sheikh Ahmad Al-Abdullah received also HE the Austrian ambassador to Kuwait Mr. Marian Warba on Thurs- day March 17.
The minister exchanged during the re- ception ceremonies cordial talks with the ambassadors and ministers, and tackled ways of reinforcing bilateral relations between Kuwait and their countries.
HE Oil & Information Minister’s receptions
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Kuwait Petroleum Corporation held on Tues- day March 15, 2011 an honoring celebration for its long-service personnel at Bait Al-Wa- taniya at Messila area.
The celebration was attended by a number of employees besides Mr. Farouq Al-Zanki, KPC Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Ali Amer Al-Hajeri, Managing Director for Financial and Admin- istrative Affairs, Mr. Hashim El-Rifaai, Manag- ing Director of Planning and Mr. Abdullatif Al-Houti, Managing Director of International Marketing.
In his keynote speech, Al-Zanki extended his appreciation to those honorees saying, “This honoring celebration is gratitude to each em- ployee for exerting devotion at work. It is an annual habit that we are proud of since it is in line with the higher administration’s efforts which are aimed to improve the performance and career skills of personnel as well as urg- ing them to accomplish their duties perfectly. Indisputably, this celebration which stems out from the corporation’s eagerness to appreci- ate the specific achievements fulfilled by its personnel is considered a concrete spur to the remaining employees to compete among each other so as to accomplish affluent future for the coming generations.”
On his part, Al-Hajeri said, “As we honor these elite KPC personnel, I would like to indicate that such honoring is part of the corporation’s duties; however, this honoring is indirectly an appreciation to itself. Hence, both KPC and the honorees share gratitude. Definitely, belong- ing to the corporation which has opened new horizons and helped obtain valuable expertise has added tangible joy to all personnel.
At the end of the celebration, Al-Zanki, Al- Hajeri, El-Rifaai and Al-Houti distributed gifts and appreciation certificates to all KPC long- service personnel.
For the second year successively,
KPC honors its long- service employees
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The Chief Executive Officer of Kuwait Petroleum Cor- poration Mr. Farouq Al-Zanki, Sheikh Talal Al-Khalid Al-Sabah, Managing Director (MD) of Governmental, Parliamentary, Public and Media Relations, and Mr. Abdullatif Al-Houti, MD of International Marketing re- ceived a higher delegation, on Sunday March 27 at the oil complex, from Liberia headed by Christopher Neyor, President and CEO of National Oil Company (NOCAL).
The delegation included HE Tarnue Mawolo, Minister of State without portfolio, Office of the President of Libe- ria, Mr. Edward Smith, Chief of Staff to the President/ CEO of NOCAL and Mr. Cheriff Adalla, CEO – Farming- ton Oil & Gas Co.
Moreover, Al-Zanki and Al-Khalid received France’s am- bassador to Kuwait Mrs. Nada Yafi.
They exchanged with the visiting delegations cordial talks and ways of bolstering bilateral relations between Kuwait and their countries.
CEO receives Liberian delegation and French ambassador
KPC Chief Executive Officer Mr. Farouq Al-Zanki received, in his office in the oil complex on Monday morning March 28, 2011, a delegation from South Korea headed by Chairman of SK Group Mr. Tae Won Chey and a number of Deputy Manag- ing Directors.
The Kuwaiti side was represented during the meeting by Sheikh Talal Al-Khalid Al-Sabah, Managing Director of Governmental, Parliamentary, Public and Media Relations, Mr. Abdullatif Al- Houti, Managing Director of International Marketing, Mr. Ali Al-Hajeri, Managing Director of Financial and Administrative Affairs, Mr. Fahd Al-Ajmi, Chairman of Kuwait Foreign Petro- leum Exploration Company (KUFPEC) and Managing Director, Mr. Fahd Al-Nashmi, Deputy Managing Director of Crude Oil and Light Distillates, Dr. Mohammed Abdulwahab Al-Rama- dan, DMD of Health, Safety and Environment and Mr. Mo- hammed Al-Shatti, Manager of CEO Office.
The Kuwaiti officials and the visiting delegation discussed ways of activating the items of the Memo of Understanding (MoU) which they signed in 1999. This memo is aimed at develop- ing and fortifying the commercial and industrial cooperation between the two countries; in addition to exchanging visits and conveying the South Korean technologies to make Kuwait gradually a hub for advanced technology industry.
...and the delegation of SK Group
Kuwait Petroleum International (KPI), which is the exterior arm of Kuwait Pe- troleum Corporation, and Sinopec Pe- troleum Company, which is one of the biggest Chinese companies in refining crude oil on the Asian level, approved on March 15, 2011 the final designs of the project of establishing a refinery and
Talal Al-Khalid: Chinese authorities’ approval on petrochemical complex project cements KPC status internationally petrochemical complex in China.
It is mentioned that the Chinese gov- ernment approved officially on March 4, 2011 the execution of the project of building a refinery and a petrochemical complex in Jinjiang south China. This Kuwaiti-Chinese project is hopefully aimed to reinforce the status of both Kuwait and China in the international oil markets.
On this occasion, Sheikh Talal Al-Khalid, Managing Director of Governmental, Parliamentary, Public and Media Rela- tions, stated that getting the official ap- proval of the Chinese authorities on the engineering designs of the Ku