A Coordinating Meeting Between the Royal Commission and Saudi Electricity Co. to Discuss Electricity and Power Issues
H.E Engineer Jasim Amer Al-Hejji, acting Director General of the Royal Commission in Jubail, discussed power and electricity issues, with H. E Engineer Tariq Abdul-Rahman Al-Batiri, Vice Executive Chairman (Power Transfer Activity) of the Saudi Electricity Co., at the coordinating meeting held at the Royal Commission's building in Jubail at the request of the Saudi Electricity Co., to get acquainted with the situation of the Power and Electricity in the city. Top officials of both entities attended the meeting.
At the start of the meeting, the Royal Commission in Jubail gave a presentation about Jubail Industrial City, and the future plans after (Jubail 2) works have commenced, and the city's demand of electricity. The meeting discussed a number of topics of interest to both sides, which would encourage investment in the city.
At the end of the meeting, Engineer Al-Hejji confirmed that the aim of this meeting was to discuss the obstacles facing investors especially those related to power and electricity, the industry's nerve. He added We are confident that the company's executives will study the topics raised and come out with decisions in favor of investment and industry in Jubail Industrial City. Engineer Al-Hejji also said that the Royal Commission, out of dedication and support to investment in the city which our wise government gives a great attention, had conveyed these notes to the Electricity Company seeking solutions to them. Engineer Al-Hejji confirmed that HH Prince Saud Bin Abdullah Bin Thunayyan Al-Saud, Chairman of the Royal Commission for Jubail & Yanbu, gives special attention to investors and considers them partners in the success achieved in the two industrial cities of Jubail & Yanbu.
On the other hand, Engineer Al-Batiri confirmed that electricity services improvement in Jubail Industrial City has been one of the company's goals. He also said that the results of the meeting would be carefully studied by the company's top management.