Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu Royal Commission at Yanbu Strategic Planning & Investment Development Division Investor Relations Department P.O.Box 30031 Yanbu Industrial City Saudi Arabia www.rcjy.gov.sa http://eservices.rcyanbu.gov.sa Tel. : + 966(4) 3216041 / (4) 3216363 Fax : + 966(4) 3216799 / (4) 3963000 2011 - 2012

.. 2.................................13 • Ministry Of Labor and Social Affairs (MOL) ...............5.......................................................6.................................................................... 4............................................................13 • Ministry Of Commerce and Industry (MCI) ............................................5 GENERALITIES ABOUT SAUDI ARABIA.........3 Foreign Trade ...........................................................................12 • Ministry Of Economy and Planning (MEP) ............................12 • Saudi Arabian Monetary Agencies (SAMA) ..........5 4................................ 14 • General Organization Of Social Insurance (GOSI) ....................................................................................................................................... 19 Yanbu 2 ..................................... 14 • Department Of Zakat and Income Tax (DZIT) ....... 17 Strategic Vision ........ 21 3.....................10 • 2..................................................................17 Introduction ..............................................................................11 2....................................................6....... SAUDI ARABIA..........................................................15 ROYAL COMMISSION FOR JUBAIL AND YANBU ..................................................................................................................................4 Custom Duties ........5........................................................2 MYAS Primary Students ...........................3 4.... 5 Why Choose Saudi Arabia For Business? .....................New Challenges ......11 • 2................................ 21 • 4.....................6 ..........................................................................Master Plan ................................... 6 Investment Procedure Flowchart ....................6...........5..........................................................................................................................10 • 2..........................................1 MYAS Supported Population ......... 4 1... 7 Business Environment & Its Advantages ............... 6 Who Can Establish A business? .........................4 2.............2 2............................3 2..... 21 • 4..5........................................................... 18 Yanbu Industrial City (MYAS) ......Table of Content:- Page 1......................................12 • Saudi Industrial Development Fund (SIDF) ...4 4........2 Financial Incentives ............................. 5 Economy and Population .............................................................................................................................3 MYAS Intermediate Students ................................................. 18 New Growth ...... Introduction ............................. 20 MYAS Population .......................................10 • 2.................. 4 2...................13 • General Directorate Of Passports (GDP) ............................1 2.............. 4......................................... 21 • 4......14 INVESTMENT SECTOR GUIDE ....................................1 Regularity Incentives ......................2 4......................6 Relevant Government Agencies ....1 4......................................................................................

.......................... 47 7.................................................. 38 Seawater Cooling System .............................................................................4 4... 24 Public Transportation ....... 28 Sea Transportation ...................................................• • • • 5.............. 22 MYAS Manpower ................ 22 Yanbu Industrial College (YIC) ................1 Utility Tariff ...................................................1 8............................................... 27 Railroads ........................................................................2 8....................................................................................................4 Sanitary Wastewater ............................................. 51 Registration Procedure Main Points ....................6................... 42 7................3 5.............................4 4............................................................... 48 7.................................................................................... 38 Power .........................................5 4.............................................4 5..................................................................................................................................................... 50 General .......................3 8....................1 6.......... 52 References .......................3 6....................................................................................................................................... 41 7........................................................................ 6...................................... 50 Key Steps In Overall Process ......................3 Industrial Waste Water ................................................ 51 Application Procedures .................................2 Waste Treatment And Disposal ..... 27 Air Transportation ...............................6.......5 Solid Wast .............. 39 Portable & Process Water System .........................................................................................................................................................6 4.......................................................2 5..........1 5. 43 7.6................ 24 Roadways ...............................................5 Preservation of the Enviroment .............................4 HOW TO APPLY FOR AN INDUSTRIAL SITE AT MYAS .......................................................................................................................................................... 23 MYAS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM ............................................5 6..... 5......................................... 8............................................ 43 7............... TARIFFS AND RATES ..............................................................................................................................2 6... 40 Water Waste Treatment Plant ... 30 MYAS INFRASTRUCTURE .............................6....................... 22 Freight In MYAS ........7 MYAS Secondary Students ............................................................................... 55 ......... 48 8.......... 42 7......................................

INTRODUCTION SAUDI ARABIA Saudi Arabia’s 27. 1 in the MENA region. according to the International Finance Corporation/World Bank’s «Doing Business» report in 2010. 4 . One of the world’s 25 largest economies (24th) and No. In addition. Saudi Arabia is an exciting and rewarding place to invest and do business. Saudi Arabia has ample capital to move the Kingdom forward by making large investments in targeted areas of growth. The Kingdom is one of the fastest growing countries worldwide.1 millions increasingly prosperous consumers are at the heart of the Middle East/North Africa (MENA) region’s 400 million-strong population. The Saudi economy is supported by one of the world’s most stable currencies (the Saudi Riyal) and by low inflation. Saudi Arabia is also the top foreign investment destination in the Arab world and among the top 20 globally. with per capita income forecast to rise from $20. Saudi Arabia ranks 11th out of 181 countries for the overall «Ease of Doing Business». The government of Saudi Arabia also offers the 6th most rewarding tax system in the world and is also the 7th «freest labor market» according to the World Economic Forum.1 . The surpluses consistently in excess of 25% of gross domestic product.500 by 2020.700 in 2007 to $33.

1 million. There are no restrictions on foreign exchange and repatriation of capital and profits. Saudi Arabia has an impressive record of political and economic stability and has a modern and expanding. recording an annual increase of 2. Saudi Arabia has the world’s largest oil reserves (25%) and has other natural resources.2. including minerals such as bauxite. GENARALITIES ABOUT SAUDI ARABIA This section provides general information about Saudi Arabia that includes its competitive.21 percent (2004-2010).while a continuously expanding domestic market population growth with of 2.4 percent of the population.1 – Economy and Population Saudi Arabia has a rapidly growing economy and lies at the heart of a developing region of the Middle East and North Africa strategically located between Asia and Europe. led by private enterprise and with investment laws that allow 100% foreign ownership of industrial firms and properties. limestone. Saudi Arabia is the largest free-market economy in the region which provides easy access to export markets in Europe. gypsum. Saudi Arabia Corporate Tax Law is among the few countries to allow companies to carry forward losses indefinitely – effectively relieving businesses of their tax burden until they become profitable. Saudis accounted for 70. increasse in the young and consuming population with strong purchasing power. and labor costs in almost all areas are competitive. More information about the Saudi statistics can be found at the Ministry of Economy and Planning website www. Asia and Africa. Saudi Arabia does not impose personal income tax.mwp. Saudi Arabia lies logistically at the centre of a developing market of 400 million people with growing demands for goods and services. and phosphate. Population for 2010 as provided by the Central Department of Statistics and Information (CDSI) of the Saudi Ministry of Economy and Planning (MOEP) put the Kingdom’s total population at 27. 2.gov. The investment environment reflects traditions of open market.21%. world-class infrastructure. stable and growing economy and population.sa 5 .

Investors and foreign partners of a Company are required to submit a declaration stating nonavailability of a residency permit in Saudi Arabia over the last two years. where all partners are non-Saudi nationals” • Foreign investments licensed under the provisions of The Act and The Rules may be in one either of the following forms:i. 7. multi-industry business opportunities. A forum that tells you how business is done. at one time. These are just few examples of how SAGIA is working to streamline and add value to its interface with investors and businesses. Why Choose Saudi Arabia For Business? 1.sa 6 . around one table. 3. 2. A city with more than 45 billion dollars in first-class industrial infrastructure. Africa and the Middle East. For More Information about SAGIA kindly log in to www. Vast natural resources at competitive prices. Asia. 21st century. Entities wholly owned by a foreign investor The Foreign Investor should not have been:• Convicted in the past of substantial violations of the provisions of The Foreign Investment Act. Geocentric location to Europe. Who Can Establish A Business? Foreign Investors and Saudi Nationals can establish business in Saudi Arabia. while providing comprehensive licensing and support services. • Foreign Investment Act defines the Foreign Investor as “a natural person of non-Saudi nationality or otherwise the body corporate. 8. 6.3. 5. A country that has redefined itself and opened its doors to investors. 2. • Convicted in the past of financial or commercial violations whether in the Kingdom or in other countries.2. 4.gov. a letter approved by the last investor’s sponsor must be submitted stating the sponsor’s non-objection to the return of the investor to the Kingdom for the purpose of investment The Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA) is a Saudi government organization dedicated to improving the country’s investment environment and providing comprehensive services to investors seeking to pursue business opportunities in the Kingdom. SAGIA is committed to enhancing the experience of investing and operating in the Kingdom by serving as an information clearing-house.Both will have to follow the same Licensing procedures outlined in this guide. A forum that fosters the creation of new business networking and relationship building. In cases where the Investor has held a residency permit in the Kingdom. A forum that puts all of these elements in one location.2.sagia. Entities jointly owned by a national and a foreign investor ii.

4.2. Investment Procedure Flowchart Overview 1 Preparation Start an Investment in Saudi Arabia Investment License Application 2 Investment Licensing 3 Residency Apply with SAGIA Investment License Open «700 file» at Labor Office 700 file Residencv Card ( Iqama ) for 4 Commercial Registration Apply with MoCI Commercial Reaistration Register With DZIT Register with GOSI Register with Labour Commence Business in Saudi Arabia Decision Process Input/Output Investment Registration Procedure For A Foreign Investor In Saudi Arabia 7 .

Start an Investment in Saudi Arabia What Business Structure Will you Use? Is your activity on the Negative List? Are you using a commercial name? Register Name With MOCI Business Structure Legal Activity Company name? Bank Account Minimum Capital Copy of passport Personal Photos Foreign CR Foreign AOA Balance Sheet POA Letter of No Objection Apply with Sagia Investment License Application Form Decision Process Input/Output Step By Step Preparation Procedure For An Investor In Saudi Arabia 8 .

Investment License Application Form Submit application to Customer Relationship Manager (CRM) at OSS Is application complete? Submit application to License Evaluator Is application approved? Temporary Investment License Sagia issues Letter of Rejection Sagia archives original application Sagia returns copies of documents Make Corrections Investment Licensing Procedure For A Foreign Business Investor 9 .

H. • Foreign investors have access to generous regional and international financial programs. 2. with a guaranteed decision for foreign investment applications within thirty (30) days after submission to SAGIA. but not limited to the following:• The establishment of the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA).5.M. incentives and guarantees for foreign investors and domestic companies. the Saudi government announced a new Foreign Investment Law. advises member states on investment of resources. In 2000. » Arab Monetary Fund: Promotes the development of Arab financial markets and trade among member states. • Requirements in the document. King Abdullah chairs the Saudi Supreme Economic Council.5. business registration and set-up process. Business Environment And Its Advantages Advantages And Incentives Saudi Arabia is more than ready to meet your investment needs through its progressive regulatory and generous financial incentives.5. • No minimum capital requirement (Query: But there is a table of minimum capital. which is in charge of overseeing privatization and encouraging foreign investment. • 100% property ownership for foreign investors. • 100% foreign ownership of companies and property. 2. including: » Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development (AFESD): Participates in financing economic and social development projects in Arab countries.2. • Accelerated investment application. Regulatory Incentives The government is also committed to reducing bureaucracy at all levels and transforming government departments in an effort to support foreign investment. 10 . • No restrictions on repatriation of capital.2 Financial Incentives: • No personal income taxes and only a 20% corporate tax. • Equal benefits. introducing major regulatory incentives including.1. • The ability for foreign investors to sponsor foreign employees. to assist foreign investors in the application and approval process for operating in the Kingdom. • Ability to carry forward losses on balance sheets indefinitely.

livestock and meat (fresh or frozen). • A limited number of items are subject to customs duties calculated on the basis of metric weight or capacity rather than ad valorem. • Import duty on other items is 12% ad valorem on the cost.5.5. » Preferential allocations of natural gas.Foreign Trade There are a number of potential sources of low cost financing in Saudi Arabia. tea. cardamom. the rates for these items are fairly low. In addition there are the typical range of commercial banks and private equity firms 2. unroasted coffee. rice.g. corn. • Other financial incentives to realize the full potential of your investments in the Kingdom include. » Large research and development endowments at King Abdullah University for Science and Technology (KAUST) and King Abdulaziz City of Science and Technology (KACST). 11 .» Arab Trade Financing Program: Provides medium and long term loans to individuals and organizations for private and commercial trade. insurance and freight (CIF) value. It accepts deposits to mobilize financial resources through Shariah compatible avenues. • Special concession is granted to members of the Arab League who are signatories to the Agreement to Facilitate Trade and Exchange and to organize transit. 2. power and land. barley. e. but are not limited to the following: » The Human Resources Development Fund: to support activities related to qualifying. » Competitive industrial utility rates for water.3 ..Custom Duties • Most basic consumer products are duty-free. » Inter-Arab Investment Guarantee Corporation: Provides insurance coverage for Inter-Arab investments and export credits against commercial and non-commercial risks. » Islamic Development Bank: Participates in equity capital and grants loans for productive projects and enterprises.4 . sugar. • Customs duties of 20% are imposed on some imported commodities for the protection of infant industries within the Kingdom. training and recruitment of Saudi labor.

gov. King Abdullah. • 2.6. The Supreme Economic Council is the coordinator between the Kingdom’s many economic agencies. Saudi Industrial Development Fund (SIDF) • The Saudi Industrial Development Fund (SIDF) participates in the financing of development projects in developing countries. with no geographical exclusion or pre-conditions.5% service charge from 5 to 10 years starting after two years of production. Relevant Government Agencies • Supreme Economic Council: This council was formed in 1999 under the leadership of H.M. Contact Information: Web: www. SIDF makes its contributions through direct soft loans to the governments of these developing countries. Supervises commercial banks. Contact Information Web: www. Acts as a banker to the government.gov. Conducts monetary policy for promoting price and exchange-rate stability.sa Telephone: +966-1-279-4444 Fax: +966-1-464-0246 12 . integrating their activities and facilitating effective decision-making on economic issues. 1. which is responsible for the following: • • • • • Issues the national currency. SIDF assigns priorities to the least developed.sidf. Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA) SAMA is the central bank of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.2. Manages the Kingdom’s foreign exchange reserves.sa Telephone: +966-1-463-3000 Fax: +966-1-466-2936 / 466-296 2. the Saudi Riyal.sama. • Promotes the growth and ensures the soundness of the financial system. lowest-income countries.

Contact Information: Web: www.gov. • Leadership: Eng. Airport Road. Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs (MOL) • The Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs is responsible for the development and use of the Kingdom’s human resources. Riyadh 11162 Telephone: +966-1-401-2220 / 401-4708 Fax: +966-1-403-8421 5. social and demographic fields. Contact Information:Web: www.mep. Adel Faqeeh. » Conducts economic studies as required.O.gov. such as labor visas. featuring analysis of the economy.sa Address: Ministry of Commerce and Industry P. . Ministry of Economy and Planning • The Ministry of Economy and Planning works to ensures that all government agencies work in a well coordinated and well-informed manner to achieve the Kingdom’s economic priorities. submits the findings and collects. labor relations and the general monitoring of all matters relating to employment. Riyadh 11157 Telephone: +966-1-477-1480 / 478-7166 Fax: +966-1-477-7336 13 . • The Ministry of Economy and Planning is responsible for the following functions: » Preparation of a periodic economic report on the Kingdom. » Preparation of the five-year development plan. progress made and likely developments.sa Address: Omar Bin Al-Khatab Street. » Estimates the magnitude of financial resources required for the implementation of the development plans approved by the Council of Ministers. analyzes and publishes statistical data in economic. Box 1774.mol.gov.3. Minister of Labor Contact Information: Web: www. including manpower planning.sa Telephone: +966-1-404-9212 Fax: +966-1-405-2051 4.commerce. the Ministry of Commerce and Industry is responsible for all aspects of commercial and industrial activity in the Kingdom. Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MOCI) • Established in 2003.

gdp. Riyadh 11184 Telephone: +966-1-477-1100 Fax: +966-1-477-8835 7.gov.6. Riyadh 11187 Telephone: +966-1-401-0182 / 404-1537 Fax: +966-1-404-1495 8.sa Address: General Organization of Social Insurance.gosi. General Organization of Social Insurance (GOSI) • The General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI) administers the Kingdom’s national insurance program by paying allowances and other compensations to individuals and families in the Kingdom.O. Contact Information: Web: www. such as: » The Iqama (Residence Permit) System organizing expatriate arrivals in the Kingdom and related visa. registration and renewal issues.gov. Box 11421 Riyadh Telephone: +966-1-477-7735 Fax: +966-1-477-9958 14 . Department of Zakat and Income Tax (DZIT) • As part of the Ministry of Finance and National Economy. » The regulation and monitoring of companies and establishments that employ non-Saudis and aliens. Contact Information: Web: www. General Directorate of Passports (GDP) • The General Directorate of Passports is responsible for implementing and monitoring policies and programs related to residency and human trafficking within Saudi Arabia.sa Address: Department of Zakat and Income Tax. Contact Information: Web: www. » Monitoring and regulation of arrivals and departures of individuals into and out of the Kingdom.dzit.gov. the Department of Zakat and Income is responsible for tax policy and tax collection in the Kingdom. P.sa Address: Alffersdq Street.

Crude Oil Refining With the world’s largest proven oil reserves and global demand expected to remain strong. but also is well-placed to Fertilizers to Asia’s booming markets supply and secure low-cost. in the progressively deregulated Saudi markets. low-cost energy and gas. copper and gold and a multi-billiondollar initiative to develop the Kingdom’s aluminum sector demonstate Saudi Arabia’s commitment to the industry. tax reductions. an increasingly diverse range of industrial sectors are taking root. with strong profit margins. But there’s also a much bigger picture. Operators in the Kingdom enjoy some of the highest annual growth rates in the world and. INVESTMENT SECTOR GUIDE Good places to put your money around the Kingdom. The Kingdom has also opened up its rapidly developing petrochemical industries to private-sector investments creating significant business opportunities for Investors. Saudi Armco’s foreign partnership projects aim to develop three new export orientated refineries. sulfur and potash. Saudi Arabia not only has competitive advantage through its Geographical Location between markets in Asia. zinc. Petrochemicals Saudi Arabia is the world’s 11th largest petrochemical supplier and has become a member of the WTO. Life Sciences and Education. provide excellent investment and exploration opportunities in the vast unexplored landmass. With a highly stable. the Kingdom has the potential to become a global transport and logistics hub. 15 . Power and Water A sharp population growth and huge investments in social and industrial develop-ments has lead to an extremely high demand for power stations and desalination plants in many key regions in the Kingdom. While the Energy sector itself is growing. Transport and Logistics Saudi Arabia has begun large-scale investments in sophisticated transport networks and infrastructure projects that will be supported massive capital spending of $100 Billion over the next 10 years. Mining and Metal Processing Well-documented rich deposits of bauxite. And in strategic locations. The Kingdom’s new mining code. natural gas. phosphate. which provides free access to new global export markets. offering very substantial investment opportunities to investors. have created excellent investment opportunities for long-term assets.3. with strong domestic growth and cheap energy supplies. you probably think of Oil – which remains the Kingdom’s most prominent sector. When you think about Saudi industries. Europe and North America. Fertilizers With a natural abundance of world-class phosphate deposits. competitive and increasingly liberal business environment. diversification into some areas has which has created huge investment potential in everything from Transport and Information Technology to Health.

The imminent need for a comprehensive information management system will also provide extensive private-sector opportunities to contribute to the emerging healthcare market. The Government offers significant financial grants for R&D opportunities in pharmaceuticals. Saudi Arabia has embarked on a 20 year ICT plan that will be supported by massive public investment.Domestic and regional end-markets also present an attractive investment profile in the Kingdom and its neighboring economies. the Government has an ambitious public investment campaign to bring knowledge intensive industries to the Kingdom providing the private sector and foreign organizations with an opportunity to enter the theEducation sector. With clear signs of rapid growth.the public sector is set to make unprecedented investments the healthcare system to provide care for the rapidly expanding popullation of the Kingdom.Information and Communication Technology (ICT) With the largest ICT market in the Middle East. medical devices and agrochemicals. increased government usage of web-based services. Education Saudi Arabia has initiated a complete overhaul of its education system at a cost of $3. Saudi Arabia also provides an excellent export platform to the vast healthcare and agrochemical markets of Europe and Asia. 16 . Health Saudi Arabia’s expanding healthcare system offers attractive investment opportune ties. Aided by large budget surpluses.1 billion. Life Sciences One of the Saudi Government’s top economic priorities is to develop a Life Sciences industry. With a growing population demand for high-quality education.

two cities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. 17 . Introduction Jubail and Yanbu. one each for the cities of Jubail and Yanbu. These industrial complexes. The major objective of the massive investment in these industrial cities is to reduce the Kingdom’s dependence on oil revenues by gaining access to the world’s petrochemical markets. constitute a unique experiment in development which has proved outstandingly successful. built at Jubail on the Arabian Gulf and Yanbu on the Red Sea by the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu (RCJY). conceived on the drawing board. the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu was established as an autonomous organization of the Saudi Government. The Chairman’s office in Riyadh formulates the policies and oversees them besides implementing the same through the two CEOs. are the key to the Kingdom’s national industrialization plans. They provide the basis for the Kingdom’s program to develop industries which are hydrocarbon-based and energy intensive. This route to industrialization exploits the Kingdom’s natural resources. in terms of advantaged energy and raw materials for petrochemical manufacture. These two cities. were planned to provide a purpose-built and highly efficient environment for modern industrial production. On 21 September 1975.1.4. ROYAL COMMISSION FOR JUBAIL AND YANBU 4. The Commission is governed by a Board of Directors and its Chairman reports to the Council of Ministers.

RCJY has successfully developed the twin cities of Jubail and Yanbu into the ultimate Global Petrochemical Hub of the twenty first century. attracting the finest and foremost global players in the industry. As associated gas was readily available. 18 . Substantial investments were also made for promoting the welfare and betterment of the Saudis and residents in the areas of health care. The other key component of the strategy was the substantial investment of over $25 billion sunk in for the building of a world class infrastructure to support these industries. but the commitment. fuels and other feedstock became the natural downstream industry. a comprehensive environmental protection program was purposefully designed by RCJY in Jubail and Yanbu from the very beginning. there was the abundance of natural resources. Rising out of the salt flats and sand dunes of Jubail & Yanbu. creating precious jobs. To ensure these plants comply with the concept of sustainable development. New Growth – New Challenges Total investment in Jubail and Yanbu have grown to more than $130 billion (SR 500 billion). have emerged some of the world’s most technologically advanced petrochemical plants. producing petrochemicals. To support the significant national manpower demands driven by these massive industrial development projects. 11. Strategic Vision – Master Plan How did this vision come about? Who are the architects behind this amazing foresight? How has this been made possible? These are some of the compelling questions that have often been asked. These included the establishment of industrial colleges and technical institutes to provide advanced technical and vocational training whose curriculum has been tailored to match the needs of the industry. With such an astute and visionary management approach. Its commitment to environmental protection has been duly recognized with its winning numerous international awards. The output of this industry not only increased value-added exports but also provided critical raw material feedstock for the development of secondary industries. education. construction and project management personnel.2. The answer must lie with the two key factors that ensured its success – leadership and teamwork. Evidence of the Royal Commission’s success in building the integrated Global Petrochemicals Hub can be seen in the presence of about 300 petrochemicals and related companies in the region. 4. was led by a dynamic leadership marked not only by its outstanding long range vision. discipline and single mined sense of purpose of bringing this grand vision to full realization. energy.3. Besides the element of manpower. a comprehensive human resources master plan for the country was put in place. housing. It was this team that had worked tirelessly over the years to see to the successful implementation of the different phases of building this Global Petrochemicals Hub.5 per cent of the country’s Gross Domestic Product and 7 per cent of the world’s petrochemicals. religious and community life. In fact Jubail alone is estimated to account for approximately 70% of Saudi Arabia’s non-petroleum exports. together with its partnership with Bechtel & Parsons. Together they represent one of the planet earth’s largest civil engineering and construction projects ever undertaken. Backing the leadership was a team of highly skilled and dedicated professionals brought in from around the world. steel and various consumer products for the domestic and export markets. supported by an infrastructural backbone that is second to none anywhere in the world.This decision made by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in 1975 to develop Jubail and Yanbu into a world class integrated petrochemical hub changed the course of history for these obscure coastal towns forever. RCJY. representing a talent pool of the best engineering. This success prompted the Royal Commission to launch Jubail 2 and Yanbu 2 in 2006 to meet projected demands in the coming decade. Right from the beginning. 4. cement. including agricultural fertilizers.

Yanbu Industrial City (MYAS) Yanbu Industrial City is located on the Red Sea coast some 350 kilometers northwest of Jeddah. Yanbu’s growth is easy to explain.4. petrochemical. employees working in MYAS plus their dependents are supported by the MYAS economy.000 and growing by an average 6% annually. More than 63 new industrial plants are in various stages of planning and construction With this solid economic base. and housing for the community’s increasing population. industrial developers alone have invested over SR 78 billion at Yanbu. Most of the oil is exported to world markets. About two-thirds of the city’s 187 square kilometers consist of industrial sites. Yanbu has become a hub of the kingdom` s major hydrocarbon . and mineral industries. Yanbu is currently host to 32 hydrocarbon. services. a choice at coastal location. which amounts to currently 136. while the Royal Commission (RC) has committed nearly as much to infrastructure for this state-of-the-art city. Commercial and residential developers have followed the lead of the industrialists.4. This modern industrial center plays a major role in the Saudi Arabian dynamic economy.based and energy -intensive industries Yanbu is the western terminal of the pipeline that transport natural gas and crude oil some 1. Yanbu industrial City is being expanded by adding another 420 Km (Yanbu 2). Good job prospects. and recreational possibilities offer people an exceptional quality of life. services. plus the sales gas (natual gas rich in methane). and Natural Gas Liquid (NGL) serve as feedstocks for Yanbu’s Petrochemical Industry.200 kilometers across the Kingdom from the Eastern Province. and numerous outstanding social infrastructures. It is approximately 30 years old. beautifully landscaped residential areas. supplying a wide range of goods. Some of the crude oil. Now the total private sector in investment in Yanbu has reached approximately SR 106 billion.900 people. 19 . as well as 49 light manufacturing and support industries. To date. Another 49. Yanbu is a focal point for investors.

4.5. Yanbu 2
The expansion program of Yanbu 2 has been planned on a 2-phases approach. Phase 1 comprises expansion in the light industrial parks, primary and secondary industries, the port expansions and community expansion. Government investment of $3.2 billion is expected to attract about $30 billion by way of private investment. The $5.3 billion (SR20 billion) Yanbu National Petrochemicals Co. (Yansab) with an annual production capacity of 4 million tons of petrochemicals is already in operation. Several infrastructure projects such as distribution of power, to improve infrastructure for light industries, to build infrastructure for neighborhood, etc. are already in place. There are also many educational projects being undertaken concurrently – the building of 2 universities for boys and girls, the Yanbu Technical Institute and an enlarged Yanbu Industrial College. Yanbu Industrial City is additionally being transformed into a tourist destination. Efforts are being made to implement various projects including developing a marina area to attract tourists. The RCJY is currently implementing new projects worth $400 million (SR1.4 billion) in Yanbu, including a seafront project, college buildings for girls, and infrastructure projects including main and subsidiary roads. Covering an area of 11 kilometers, the seafront project will boost tourism in Yanbu and create more jobs for Saudis. The seafront project will attract at least 500,000 tourists every year. The project includes recreational centers, resorts, marine games and cultural projects. Prince Saud Bin Abdullah Bin Thunayan, Chairman of the RCJY, personally inspected the projects recently, including the home ownership program for RCJY employees in Jabriah District, where 693 housing units have been completed at a cost of $190 million (SR727 million). The buffer zone project, officially opened by Prince Saud, is spread over an area of 9 kilometers along King Abdul Aziz Road. As many as 22,000 trees and 200,000 flowering plants have been planted in the area, which has greenery covering 70,000 square meters. In addition to pathways for joggers, the area has resting places, recreational facilities for children, a large prayer area and parking for 600 vehicles.

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4.6. MYAS POPULATION
In 2009, the estimated Saudi resident population of Yanbu Industrial City (MYAS) was 53,600 and non-Saudi residents 17,000 giving the total of 70,500. For the year 2010, the estimated Saudi resident population is 68,300 and is projected to increase to 140,132 in 2015 (or 105.15%). Moreover, for the year 2010, the estimated non-Saudi resident population is 18,629 and is projected to increase to 23,848 by 2015 (or 28.02%). Overall MYAS resident population is projected to increase by 60% from 2010 to 2015, i.e. from 87,000 to 164,000. 4.6.1. MYAS Supported Population In 2009, the estimated Saudi supported population of Yanbu Industrial City was 77,000 and non-Saudi supported population 34,300 giving the total of 111,300. For the year 2010, the estimated Saudi supported population is 95,300 and is projected to increase to 194,500 by 2015 (or 104.11%). Moreover, for the year 2010, the estimated non-Saudi supported population is 41,500 and is projected to increase to 57,200 by 2015 (or 37.74%). Overall MYAS supported population is projected to increase by 84% from 2010 to 2015, i.e. from 136,797 to 251,681. MYAS supported population is defined as those living inside MYAS and those employees working inside MYAS but living outside of MYAS plus their families. In short, those people directly benefitting from the economic activities of MYAS. 4.6.2. MYAS Primary Students In 2009, the number of Primary Boy students at Yanbu Industrial City was 4,580 and the number of Primary Girl students was 4,460 giving a total of 9,040 MYAS primary students. For the year 2010, the estimated number of Primary Boy students of MYAS is 5,705 and is projected to increase to 10,705 by 2015 (or 87.64%). Moreover, for the year 2010, the estimated number of Primary Girl students is 5,515 and is projected to increase to 10,272 by 2015 (or 86.26%). Overall MYAS Primary students over the same time period will increase by 87%,i.e. growth from 11,200 to 21,000 students. 4.6.3. MYAS Intermediate Students In 2009, the number of Intermediate Boy students of Yanbu Industrial City was 2,058 and the number of Intermediate Girl students was 1,811 giving a total of 3,869 intermediate students. For the year 2010, the estimated number of Intermediate Boy students is 2,231 and is projected to increase to 3,923 by 2015 (or 76%). Moreover, for the year 2010, the estimated number of Intermediate Girl students is 2,053 and is projected to increase to 3,937 by 2015 (or 92%). Overall MYAS intermediate students over the same time period will increase by 83.5%,i.e. growth from 4,284 to 7,860 students.

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4.6.4. MYAS Secondary Students In 2009, the number of Secondary Boy students of Yanbu Industrial City (MYAS) has reached 1,711 and the number of Secondary Girl students was 1,703 giving a total of 3,414 MYAS secondary students. For the year 2010, the estimated number of Secondary Boy students of MYAS is 1,912 and is projected to increase to 2,986 by 2015 (or 56.17%). Moreover, for the year 2010, the estimated number of Secondary Girl students is 1,857 and is projected to increase to 2,898 by 2015 (or 56% growth). Overall MYAS secondary students over the same time period will increase by 56%,i.e. growth from 3,769 to 5,884 students. 4.6.5. Yanbu Industrial College (YIC) Yanbu Industrial College (YIC) is a pioneer industrial college established in 1989 under the umbrella of The Royal Commission for Jubail & Yanbu. The main objective of the college is to provide quality education and training in the fields of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Technology (EEET), Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET), Chemical Engineering Technology (CHET), Industrial Management Technology (IMT), and Geomatics Engineering Technology (GMET). YIC is committed to providing high standard professionally trained graduates needed for the industries in the area. The mission of YIC is to prepare young Saudis for middle and high level career positions in Industry, Commerce and Government by providing appropriate knowledge and skills in all programs offered. The college is devoted to generating, spreading and preserving competency needed to work with others to bring it to bear on the world’s great challenges. The curricula are designed keeping in view the industrial requirement and national objectives covering practical aspects and theory. The major focus of the courses is to ensure that students gain sound knowledge, right skills, appropriate attitude in technical areas and work environments. The process of designing training programs is initiated first through an analysis of the employment market, so as to determine what competencies, skills and occupational requirements the industry needs. To direct the Saudi youths into productive channels and foster a culture of self-reliance, YIC offers special courses in the development of entrepreneurial skills. Company-specific programs address training needs within individual companies or industrial sectors. External partnerships with customers, suppliers, local and international education organizations. Strategic partnerships or alliance are increasingly important kinds of external partnerships. Such partnerships might offer YIC graduates entry into industrial markets or a basis for the services. Also, partnerships might permit the blending of YIC organization’s core competencies or leadership capabilities with the complementary strengths and capabilities of partners to address common issues. International accreditation is an objective to align the college direction with international community, so the college achieved the accreditation from ACBSB and ABET for some of its programs and YIC will cover all programs and all degrees in the near future . 4.6.6. MYAS Manpower In 2009, the estimated number of Saudi employees of Yanbu Industrial City (MYAS) was 22,299 and 28,375. The total number of Non-Saudi employees was 50,674. For the year 2010, the estimated number of Saudi manpower is 24,371 and is projected to increase to 47,067 by 2015 (or 93%). Moreover, for the year 2010, the estimated number of Non-Saudi manpower is 35,164 and is projected to increase to 48,100 by 2015 (or 36.79% growth). Overall MYAS manpower over the same time period will increase by 60%,i.e. growth from 59,500 to 95,200 workers.

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This corresponds to 14.7 Mtpa 0.4. • In 2006.5 Mbpd Crude Oil (Capacity) + 0. excluding crude oil. with Jeddah as primary destination or Gateway.0 Mtpa IN 4. Freight In MYAS Freight movement in Yanbu Industrial City (MYAS) was the subject of a comprehensive study carried out by the Royal Commission (RC) in 2006.6. petroleum products and NGL which are shipped by sea. Yanbu region generated over 40. FREIGHT ACTIVITIES IN MYAS TRANSPORTATION MODE PIPELINE TRUCK SEA Mpbd:-Million barrels per day Mtpa:.27 Mbpd NGL 5.03 Mt of petrochemicals.6 Mt of freight per year.15 Million tons (Mt) of freight moved out of MYAS. • 50% of this tonnage originated in MYAS. Out of the 5. These products are characterized as medium to high value. • Refined petroleum products represented 38%. • Jeddah is a leading gateway to outbound freight from MYAS and from the Yanbu Region. export oriented.27 Mbpd NGL 0. • Petrochemicals represented 16% of total outbound tonnage.15 Mtpa 82. • In 2005. moved to Jeddah by trucks.7 Mtpa COMMENTS Crude Oil and Gas Mainly Chemical Products & Gasoline Mainly Crude Oil 23 . • The Yanbu-Jeddah Expressway is evolving as a major corridor for bulk freight.Million tons per annum TOTAL FREIGHT 4. mostly in solid state.85 Mtpa 83.3 Mtpa OUT 0 5. transported from medium to long haul.15 Mt. The major findings are as follows: • Petrochemicals are the leading type of goods produced at present in MYAS. over 5. • 45% of this tonnage has Jeddah as destination or as primary gateway.000 tons per day of freight moving out by trucks in the direction of Jeddah.7.5 Mbpd Crude Oil (Capacity) + 0. approximately 2.

MYAS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM 5. YANPET. the Yanbu Commercial Port.5 % are Heavy Vehicles. This is a divided roadway providing access to the seafront and intended primarily for Truck Traffic. Crossroads along TAMA are controlled by traffic signals. It consists of approximately 64 kilometers of six-lane divided roadway with full control of access. The 2006 Average Daily Traffic (ADT) along TAMA at the northern end between Yanbu Al-Bahr and Yanbu Al-Sinaiyah has reached 27. of which 5. the major generators of truck traffic are: ARAMCO Yanbu Refinery. near Km 50.5.000 vehicles. At present. IBN RUSHD.Madinah Expressway links Yanbu Region to Jeddah and Al-Madinah and beyond. Yanbu Al-Sinaiyah has more industrial activities than would normally be found in a city of its size. It provides 2 x 3 lanes with median. Bypass Highway. It provides 4 or 6 lanes with raised median. of which 34% are Heavy Vehicles. Intercity traffic volumes between Yanbu Al-Sinaiyah and Yanbu Al-Bahr are significant and reflect the strong interaction between the two communities. At present. National Gas Company.000 vehicles.1. CRISTAL. TAMA provides the major roadway access between Yanbu AlSianiyah and the Region. LUBEREF. Tareeq Al-Malik Abdulaziz (TAMA) is a primary regional road linking YIC to the surrounding. Corniche. Figure 1 & 2 shows the long term roadway system of YIC as the basis development of the road and trapsortaion system for the city 24 . The ADT at the southern end. It runs along the eastern Royal Commission boundary. the Yanbu Cement Company plant. and bypasses Yanbu Al-Bahr urbanized areas and the airport. This is an extension of the Jeddah – Madinah Expressway in Yanbu Region. It connects with at Al-Muajiz (Km 50). The segment of this Bypass Highway within Yanbu Al-Sinaiyah is under construction. solid waste. YANSAB and others. and other sources. has reached 15.it Jeddah – Rabigh . A significant amount of truck traffic is generated by construction activities. recreational use. Roadways provides generally a six-lane divided highway within Yanbu Al-Sinaiyah.

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26 The Long Term Roadway System Of MYAS .

Amman. Tabuk and others. Taxi and rent-a-car services operate Privately Operated Transportation Services. Passengers will also be served via such rail link 27 . Some Contractors in Yanbu Al-Sinaiyah operate their own transportation services.3.2. there is no rail service in the Yanbu Region.Jeddah . Taxi and Rental Car Services. Also. RAILROADS At present. There is a project for rehabilitating this railway. the Hijaz Railway provided rail service between Madinah and Istanbul via Amman and Damascus. In 2007. and Damascus. In the past. This line is expected to serve freight and passengers. At present. Jeddah and Makkah. mainly to Madinah.RCY carried out a feasibility study for a rail link between Yanbu and Jeddah port. The main function of such link is to serve solid petrochemicals produced in MYAS and destined overseas via Jeddah port. These services accommodate short trips within MYAS as well as long distance intercity travel.5. SAPTCO has one terminal in Yanbu Al-Bahr and one station in Hai Al Nawah in MYAS where direct travel is available to Madinah. This study has led to a Royal Decree making rail between Yanbu and Jeddah a top priority. Another high speed rail link between Makkah and Madinah for passengers is in the bidding stage. The Saudi Arabian Public Transportation Company (SAPTCO) has provided intercity and intracity public transport within the Kingdom since 1979. primarily to move workers between camps and the workplace. the western railway section within the Kingdom is abandoned and out of service. A rail link Riyadh . 5. in MYAS and Yanbu Al-Bahr. Jeddah.Makkah (Land Bridge) is in the bidding stage for construction. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION Intercity Bus Service. direct travel is available from Yanbu terminal to Cairo. The idea is to link Yanbu to the Land Bridge in Jeddah.

No. This runway can accommodate large commercial aircraft such as the Boeing 747 and the largest Airbus planes. In turn. Data on air passengers at Yanbu Airport show that Yanbu Airport handled some 210. It provides a 3.Figure 1 shows the table for figures for the passengers and cargo that is handled annually at Yanbu Airport For More Information you can go to: Contact Information: Web: www.700 M.50 M and Width 337.gaca. Departure Lounge : Ground Floor area: 2.5. of Seats 75 Aircraft Stands: One of the longest Runways with length of 3250 M and parallel Taxiway Length 3200 M Aircraft Stand Length 85.54 M.507.gov. The apron area is approximately. No. but it provides international service to few destinations. No. There were 2. Domestic air cargo and airmail combined amounted to 1.674 aircraft movements in 2009 which corresponds to an average of 8 aircraft movements (landing or takeoff) per day.8 kilometers runway with visual glide slope (VASI) lights. (340m x 90m) is capable of parking at least six medium and large size aircraft. an instrument landing system (ILS) and navigation aids (VOR/DME) and taxiway.4. of Seats 24 Travel Lounge : Area 2.sa Location: Located to north east of Yanbu Al Sinaiyah and at a distance of 32 Km from the Royal Commission Lounges & Runways: Arrival Lounge : Area 2.782 tons in 2009. Yanbu Airport has all the basic facilities for all weather operations with jet airliners and a modern terminal building for passengers and air cargo.609 M. The Bypass Highway under construction provides the possibility of a direct link between MYAS and Yanbu Airport. The airport has been operated by Saudi Arabian Airlines under the Presidency of Civil Aviation (PCA) since 1981. Yanbu Airport which is known as Prince Abdul Mohsin BinAbdulaziz Airport located 32 kilometers from the Royal Commission Headquarter MYAS.5 M 28 . of Seats 24.000 air passengers in 2009. Madinah’s airport is closer than Jeddah’s. provides scheduled flights to Jeddah and Riyadh. AIR TRANSPORTS Jeddah Airport is the closest international airport directly accessible to Yanbu Region by air.

ANNUAL AIR PASSENGERS AND CARGO AT YANBU AIRPORT 2008-2010 YEAR (2008) (2009) (2010) Domestic Aircraft Operations Landing Take-Off Total 2190 1920 4110 3250 3007 6257 3932 3812 7744 Domestic Scheduled Passengers Arrivals Departures Total 80154 79522 159676 120231 119283 239514 200308 179884 380192 Air Cargo (Tons) Arrival Departure Total (Tons) Source: Yanbu Airport 2010 288 9 297 300 10 310 371 18 389 29 .

and to adequate access destinations in the Pacific Rim via the Indian Ocean. The Port resulted from the decision to locate hydrocarbon industrial complexes at MYAS site and to create a terminus for crude oil and Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) pipelines from the eastern part of the Kingdom. The Port is able to cope with a total tonnage of 130 million tons per annum as compared to approximately 80 million handled in 2009. It has the largest approach channels in the Kingdom.5. a service 30 . extending over 54 kilometers north and south. oil and mineral users and general cargo and container users.YIC is strategically located on the Red Sea. The Port extends along 19 kilometers of coastline and provides port facilities for the industrial area and the community. SEA TRANSPORTS King Fahd Industrial Port (KFIP) at MYAS was completed by the Royal Commission in 1984 and turned over to the Sea Port Authority (SEAPA). to accommodate the Ultra Large Crude Carriers (ULCC) and Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCC) for the hydrocarbon and petrochemical industries.5. all fitted with up-to-date navigational aids. with excellent sea access to Europe via the Suez Canal. radar and channel markers. Existing Facilities The King Fahd Industrial Port at Yanbu is the largest oil-shipping complex on the Red Sea. together with sufficient onshore area and a sufficient size and flexibility in the harbor facilities. This includes the NGL plant. The control tower has a new radar installation. The location offers deep-water conditions and natural shelter. There are a total of seven separate terminals with 24 berths.

with a loading capacity of 150. Aromatic. and marine support facilities. 40 and 41 for export of petrochemical and refined products such as Glycol.000 dead weight tons (dwt).000 dwt. bulk cargo and handling equipment. No. 41 and 42.harbor. YANPET. The access channel has been dredged to 14 meters below the lowest astronomical tide (LAT). These channels provide access to berths in the general cargo area as well as to those at the petrochemical terminals. jet fuel and fuel oil). General Cargo and Container Terminal. The Bulk Terminal consists of a wharf 500 meters in length with two dry-bulk berths (21. Bulk Terminal. Two chemical and one refined products berth . YANSAB use berth no.meter wharf including one container and one roll-on/roll-off (Ro/Ro) berth. The channel off the wharf is dredged to 16 meters below LAT.000 m3 storage tanks and a separator system — is capable of processing ballast water from vessels loading at all four berths. A comprehensive system of approach channels permits a full range of vessels to safely navigate from the open sea into the King Fahd Port. 22). Three 40-ton gantry cranes are available to handle containers. dredged to 18.5 meter deep. the port does not handle passenger traffic. Pygas and berth 42 is used for petroleum products. This facility has seven berths (1 — 7).The terminal’s ballast water facility — with three 50. Benzene.000 dwt. SAFRA.000 to 50. all incorporating modern port operation technology. and can accommodate tankers from 5. along a 1. Two other berths No. A bunker station is also running under Bakri International Co. All ballast water handled at the facility 31 .5 meter in depth. IBN RUSHID. 40. Sulfur and petroleum products are exported through this terminal. The Export Refinery Terminal has two separate loading areas and a ballast water facility. The wharf is 33 meters wide and can accommodate bulk carriers of up to 70. 54 and 55 are used by SAMREF. in the inner basin are 13. and are in the outer basin and are used by SAMREF for the export of bulk petroleum liquids (gasoline. Saudi Aramco Exxon Mobil Export Refinery (SAMREF) Terminal. diesel.420.. This terminal handles cargo related to the industrial complex and mainly solid bulk exports like polyethylene. At present. SAMREF.

Some 23% was associated with the Export Refinery Terminal. No. The length of the pier is approximately 260 meters. The terminal consists of a trestle pier and a beachhead heavy lift facility. 61. which has a width of 30 meters and is 5 meters below LAT.85-kilometer-long causeway and a 1. representing on average of 4. serves as a tanker-loading terminal for dual pipelines conveying crude oil from the Eastern Province to Yanbu. Two of these berths can be used at the same time. 11 tugboats. L-shaped offshore loading facility. This facility.5 meter-wide pedestrian walkway.000 to 230. This terminal does not have a shore based ballast handling facility. In 2009. It is capable of accommodating vessels of up to 5 meters draft. Vessels may berth on either side of the pier. which has been operated by Saudi Aramco since 1981.15-kilometer pile-supported trestle connect the shore plant to a two-berth. The water depth at the inner and outer berths is 18 meters below LAT. The service harbor also has equipment to handle any environmental and physical damage that might occur during port operations. and a 1. Dredged to a maximum depth of 32 meters. and can accommodate vessels ranging from 20. the terminal consists of a jetty trestle with four loading berths. This terminal has been operated by Saudi Aramco especially for the discharge of materials needed in the initial construction of the Industrial City and port complex. This was the first terminal constructed at MYAS. It is also the headquarters of the harbormaster. eight mooring launches. A protected harbor capable of repair and service is an integral part of the port. who maintain security forces to protect the port and terminals. The beachhead is a heavy lift docking facility located south of the Construction Support Terminal. Saudi Aramco Crude Oil Terminal.000 barrels per hour. 1. Construction Support Terminal.000 tons). A ship-lift is available to service the small craft and tugs. Saudi Aramco Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) Terminal. 18.000 dwt. This terminal can handle the largest tanker ever built (500. who.4 vessels per day at all terminals. and an environmental survey launch.5 meters.must comply with the current environmental standards. This terminal is used for domestic export of refined oil products. controls the movements of all vessels within the port and in the approach channels.5 and 15. Cargo Handled The total tonnage handled at various terminals at King Fahd Industrial Port for the period 2000 to 2009 is approximately 60% of total tonnage was associated with the export of crude oil. 62. since 1983. the terminal was given over to the Coast Guard. Saudi Aramco since 1982. a fire tender.608 vessels were handled at the port. bunker and utility lines.000 dwt capacity dredged to 16 meters below LAT. A 1. and two inner berths (93 & 94) for tankers up to 20. The trestle carries a pipeway for the product. and was designed Service Harbor.000 to 60. 32 .3 meters below LAT. 63 and 64. Service vessels include three pilot launches. which are connected to the shore by a freestanding trestle and a causeway. The NGL Terminal has been operated by Saudi Aramco Yanbu Domestic Refinery Terminal. and is designed to load refrigerated Liquid Petroleum Gas (mainly propane and butane) and naphta products for export.000 dwt. The water depth off the beachhead is 6 meters below LAT. In 1986. The channels are dredged to 13. providing a maximum simultaneous loading rate of 300. It is no longer in regular use. It includes two outer berths (91 & 92) for vessels with 20. This terminal has no ballast water reception facility. This facility has two berths (71 & 72). from a 36-meter-high tower.

699 69.649 (23.061 1.498 83.532 14.956.357.595.873 6.178 19.059 1.171 2.018 18.33%) 1774 56.16%) 771.860 93.789 5.251. TOTAL TONNAGE HANDLED YEAR 33 .025.842.161 3.844 25.384.TABLE 2 TRAFFIC AT KING FAHD INDUSTRIAL PORT Metric Tons (2000 – 2009) SAUDI ARAMCO CRUDE OIL TERMINAL THROUGHPUT Berths 61-62-63-64 SAUDI ARAMCO YANBU DOMESTIC REFINERY THROUGHPUT Berths 91-92-93-94 SABTANK THROUGHPUT Berth 4041 SAUDI ARAMCO MOBIL YANBU REFINERY THROUGHPUT Berths 22.024 101.179 71. OF VESSEL HANDLED GENERAL CARGO & CONTINER TERMINAL THROUGHPUT Berths 12-3-4-5-6-7 OTHER TERMINALS THROUGHPUT Berths 21-22 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1766 1658 1685 1608 1833 1800 1800 63.901 440.806 2.408.913 7.699 555.483.673.924 2.385.561 2.70%) 1.386.739.017 1.294.494.616.459 83.059 7.058.089.792 72.749 (1.134.377.000 17.365.629 (0.395 1.245.298.661.208.416.700.123 383.481.368.762.308.264 261.788 (8.263.223.811 19.756 469.357 2.695.136 142.158 23.644.606.748 45.80%) 16.420 1.771.372 3.851.501 1.573 1.857.553 5.477 76.735 850.240 2.629.532 153.314 17.660.384 1819 54.841.755.933 19.615 50.725 231.74%) 79.342 82.725 83.788 52.06%) 1731 58.096.450.520 60.881 565.076 (2.020.168.445.197 47.216 19.675 82.217 1.953.516 2.687 (60.907.574 1.530 52.989.22%) 210.981 1.716 208.069.961 18.363 6.497 8.967 6.42-54-55 SAUDI ARAMCO NGL TERMINAL THROUGHPUT Berths 71&72 NO.242.037.367.306 8.541 41.349.593.276 91.444 (3.228 1.022 .116.177.785.672.262.092 2.

sa Address: King Fahd Industrial Port.904 14.987.217 32.961 1.51 0.O.81% of total cargo.18 31. 34 .759.10 40.86 79. YANBU (Million Metric Tons) YEAR Bulk Solids Bulk Liquids General Cargo/Containers Crude Oil 2007 0. KING FAHD INDUSTRIAL PORT. Saudi Arabia Telephone: +966-4-3967037 Fax: +966-4-3967000 P. which represented was.25 46.5% of total cargo handled at KFIP For More Information You Can Go visit: Contact Information:Web: www.Table 2 provides a breakdown of cargo type and tonnage handled at the port for three years.976.338 28.680 247.834 4.708 3.358. 0.788 Container (Numbers TEUS) 7 14. TABLE 2 CARGO DISTRIBUTION BY TYPE.74 Table 2 shows the type of cargo distribution between 2007 to 2009 handled at KFIP TABLE 3 CARGO HANDLED.34 0.401 Total 403.335.65 million tons in 2009.Box 30325 Yanbu.046 32.383 28. IMPORTS & EXPORTS (2009) (Excluding Crude Oil) Metric Tons Cargo Type Bulk Solids Bulk Liquids General Cargo/Containers Total Imports 249.86 2009 0.228.48 76. General cargo and bulk solids amounted to only 0.05 2008 0.27 35.09 41.16 0.781 Table 3 shows that exports in 2009 constituted 98.641 249.40 32.503 Exports 153.gov.85 Total 72.ports.

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TABLE 4 KING FAHD INDUSTRIAL PORT PORT CAPACITY (OPERATIONAL) BY TERMINAL AND USE (2009) Terminals & Berths 1. forklifts and a mobile repair unit. 63.8% 81. Backup space includes a 9.0 9.0 7. Yanbu was a port of entry for Hajj pilgrims arriving by sea. Yanbu Domestic Refinery Terminal/ Berths 91.4% Yanbu Commercial Port Existing Facilities. The 9 berths total approximately 2.6% 83. There is also a bulk cement terminal for unloading ships.38 1.000 meters.94 Total User Red Sea Marine Bakri SAMREF ARABTANK SABTANK SAMREF ARAMCO ARAMCO ARAMCO Tonnage (millions tons per year) 0. Bulk Terminal/ Berths 21 & 22 3.66 7.000 square meters of open storage area. with a water depth of 9 meters for unloading ships at anchor in the harbor.8% 38.93. Marine equipment includes motorized lighters. mobile cranes of 30 to 50 tons carrying capacity. Chemical Terminal/ Berths 40 & 41 4. bagging cement. with the erection of the cement plant north of Yanbu. In the past. 55 5. 64 6. In recent year.56 1. With the construction of the cement plant at Ras Baridi north of Yanbu. a 5.0 130. At the present time.47 2. Export Refinery Terminal/ Berths 42.900 square meter transit shed. pontoons. materials) and foodstuff.34 47. Major equipment include floating cranes.4% 57.000 tons of cement a year per one berth.600 square meter customs hall for Hajjis and administrative offices.77 18. this terminal is no longer active. tugboats and pilot boats. the amount of cement handled at the port has become insignificant.0 83. 62. 54. The Ministry of Commerce has a bulk grain storage facility. mainly from neighboring Arab countries. there is no passenger traffic through the port.92. and an additional 56.02 10. Crude Oil Terminal/ Berths 61.It appears that the port activities have been limited to general cargo (mainly building 37 .96 2. General Cargo & Containers/ Berths 1-7 2. 2 berths for bulk cargo and 1 berth for Ro/Ro.1% 61.03 79. NGL Terminal/ Berths 71 & 72 7. and loading trucks.0% 78. Cargo Handled.17 22.33% 104. This facility is designed to handle 700.85 Capacity Capacity used (millions tons per 2009 year) 5.54 1. The Existing facilities consist of 9 berths of which 6 berths are for general cargo.

There are two 380/115/34. and nine Gas Turbine Generators (GTG).8 KV Substations (1A. Large industrial users are supplied at 115 KV and other industrial users are supplied at 34. Total installed generation capacity is 1039 MW.5/13. • Intertie Station with Saudi Electric Company (SEC) Grid (380 KV) • 115 KV Switchyard • Three 115/34.8 KV Substation (5E. This project will be in service in June 2012.8 KV Substations for Light Industries at LIP. Red Sea Refining Company. The distribution in the community is at 13. The T&D system includes the following major components. The transmission and distribution (T&D) system within the city is through underground feeder cables. MYAS INFRASTRUCTURE:- 6. 2B.8 KV.5/13. and Substation 10J.8KV depending on power requirements. 3C) • Two 115/13.6. 6F) • One Substation (4D) 115/34 KV • 34.5 KV and 13. One new STG unit with rating 137 MW STG is in service since November 2007. and 115/380 KV (Synchronizing Transformers) 380 KV – intertie overhead transmission lines (Tie Line 8 & Tie Line 9).5/13. MARAFIQ Power Grid connected to Saudi Electric Company (SEC) through four 250 MW. Power:The power plant consists of four 127MW Steam Turbine Generators (STG).8 KV substations in commissioning stage SSPP 3 X 500 MVA transformer rating and 9ISIS which will be in service by June 2010.1. 38 .

000 m3/hr and the uility manifold 115. The capacities of pumps in each manifold are as follows: Industrial Manifold a) 2 pumps each 25.1 M m3 per day (250. The supply canal draws water from the north and discharge to the south thus drawing cooler water from the deeper waters of the Red Sea and avoiding any short-circuiting.000 m3/hr c) 1 pump each 60. Distribution pipelines: Supply and Return pipelines. although this peaks slightly during the summer months. The cooling water is then pumped by industries after use into the return pipelines directly to the head works on the discharge channel. Intake and Discharge channels: Seawater is drawn from the dredged intake channel with rock berms which is approximately 2.000 m3/hr b) 3 pumps each 50. This is a vital utility for continuous operation of these heavy industries and the power and water production facilities. oil booms. One manifold feeds the industries and the other feeds the Power and Desalination plants (PD). Currently the average demand for SWC is some 6. oil sensors and oil skimming equipment (although oil pollution in the Red Sea is limited risk). 2.000 m3/hr). 100-120 m wide and up to 12m deep equipped with breakwaters. Seawater Cooling System The Seawater Cooling System in Yanbu Al Sinaiyah serves the power station and various primary and secondary industries with bulk non-contact cooling water and the desalination plant with feed water through a dynamic closed pressurized system.2 km long.000 m3/hr b) 3 pumps each 50. Dredged intake channel: Pumping station including screens.6.000 m3/hr.000 m3/hr 39 .000 m3/hr Utility Manifold a) 2 pumps each 25.000 m3/hr c) 2 pumps each 60. The feed to the industries and plants is through large diameter fiberglass reinforced pipes (FRP). The system has the following principal elements: 1. Water is drawn from and discharges into the Red Sea via separate channels. 4. pumps and chlorination plant. The Seawater Cooling Pump Station consists of an intake pumping structures feeding into two (2) manifolds.2. outfall and dredged discharge channel. 3. support and ancillary facilities. The discharge head works is provided with a weir to ensure the return pipelines remain primed with seawater. The industry manifold presently delivers about 135.

The desalinated water is converted to potable water by adding lime and carbon dioxide with the injection of chlorine and aeration. Emergency steam supply for the MSF units can be supplied from the Steams Turbine Generators (STG). The water distribution network includes the following: Potable Water a) 527 Km of Transmission and Distribution piping b) 3 main pumping stations c) 280.6. The steam requirement for these units is supplied by heat recovery steam generators (HRSG) utilizing the waste heat from the gas turbines with 4 HRSGs of a design capacity of 159 ton/hr each and one HRSG with a design capacity of 171 ton/hr. Potable and Process Water System Potable and process water in Yanbu Al Sinaiyah is produced by six (6) 380 m3/hr and three (3) 570 m3/hr multi-stage flash (MSF) distillation seawater desalination units. 40 . The process water for industrial use is obtained by adjusting the pH with caustic soda.000 m3 bulk storage capacity Process Water a) 34 Km of distribution piping b) One main pump station in PD&SC c) 120.3.000 m3 bulk storage capacity. Reverse Osmosis (RO) seawater desalination units with a design capacity of six (6) 350 m3/hr have been in operation since 2006.

41 .4. The principal characteristics of the systems is as follows: Length Pipelines: Sanitary: Pumping Stations: Industrial 52 KM 477 KM Industrial 16 Sanitary 36 Wastewater from Yanbu Industrial City is treated at two central wastewater treatment plants. Industrial water waste treatment requirements are different than those for sanitary wastewater. Both plants are located in a single complex immediately to the south of the power desalination and seawater cooling (PD&SC) plant.000 M3/day and the Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant has a design capacity of 24000 m3/day.6. The treated effluent from SWTP is used for irrigation purposes through the irrigation water system. Industrial wastewater treatment plants (IWTP) and Sanitary Wastewater Treatment Plant (SWTP). Water waste Treatment Plant There are two separate wastewater collection systems at Yanbu: an Industrial Wastewater System which collects flows from primary and secondary industries and a Sanitary Wastewater System which collects all sanitary flows from industries and community areas within the industrial city. therefore the two waste streams are conveyed to separate industrial and sanitary water waste treatment plants. The Sanitary Wastewater Treatment Plant has a design capacity of 27.

032) per kwH industrial use • SR 0.93 1.37 3.65 42 .81 (US $ 0.aspx is a financially and administratively independent Saudi organization .5 (US $ 1.000 kwH for residential use. Secondary and Light Industrial Land Rents: Inside Industrial Areas: SR 4.12 (US$ 0.50 5.gov. Water: Services (Unit of Measurement per m3) Potable Water Truck Fill-Potable Water Active Construction Process Water Sea Water Cooling Sanitary Wastewater Industrial Wastewater Reclaimed/Irrigation Water Truck Fill -Irrigation Source : Marafig Rates(SAR)/m3 6.1. Electricity: Electricity & Co-Generation Regulatory Authority (ECRA) http://www. • Industrial Fuel Oil: SR 0.096) per liter.125 (US $ 0.75)/MMBTU.60 5.78/100 5.65 1. • Sakes Gas and Ethane: SR 2.27) per square meter.033) per liter.05 (US$ 0. rising over eight bands in accordance with consumption. which regulates the electricity and water desalination industry in Saudi Arabia • SR 0.60 56. 7.50 6.7.ecra.sa/home. Utility Tariff • Diesel: SR 0.013) per kwH for a minimum up to 2.36 (US $ 0. YIC INFRASTRUCTURE AND UTILITIY TARIFF: Primary.

Dewatered sludge is disposed of in the waste management facility in the city. The depletion of this landfill amounts to 2 hectares per year. Figure 2 shows the reserve adequate land for future expansion of Wastewater Treatment Facilities at MYAS. In addition. Figure 3 shows the storm drainage system within the planning area that is illustrated within the MYAS boundaries administrated by the Royal Commission 43 . Industrial wastewater at Yanbu Al-Sinaiyah is adequately handled as part of the industry development plans. volatile components and other substances likely to produce toxic reaction either directly or indirectly. and its velocity should not exceed 2. pollution of the environment.3. located in the industrial park near the port. Separate systems collect and treat industrial and sanitary wastewaters while solid industrial wastes are disposed in the waste management facility and sanitary solid waste in a sanitary landfill.2. At present. When pending improvements are completed. back through the industrial park for reuse. In the absence of an existing manhole the developer may be required to construct one. 7. At present. the Royal Commission carries out routine quality control testing for industrial wastewater. industrial hazardous and non-hazardous). After treatment the effluent can be pumped via an underground reclaimed water network.Sinaiyah capable of producing high quality compost from pre-sorted solid waste and aerobically digested sludge. These are specified in the Royal Commission Environmental Regulation (RCER 2004.5 meters per second. the industrial wastewater treatment plant handles the pretreated wastewater from industries. These regulations are upgraded periodically and RCER 2009 will be implemented soon. Sixteen pumping stations forward acceptable industrial wastewater to a treatment plant. there is a compost plant in Yanbu Al. this landfill will accommodate all classes of waste (domestic. cyanide. Waste Treatment and Disposal: An integrated waste disposal system ensures that all Yanbu Industrial City wastes are collected. Flow through the manhole interconnection will be by gravity. The industrial wastewater collection system is generally accessible through a manhole located at the boundary line of each industrial site. treated. All the facilities must have 72 hours storage capacity for emergency purposes. To ensure compliance. where it undergoes three different levels of treatment. Figure 1 show the sanitary Wastewater treatment system available at MYAS. with minimum risk to public health. The compost plant capacity (assuming 16 hours operation per day) is 400 tons of compostable waste plus 100 tons of sewage sludge (obtained from the sanitary wastewater treatment plant). To safeguard the collection and treatment system. and disposed of efficiently and economically. the plant operates far below capacity. along with the necessary valve and metering equipment. or nuisance to the community. construction materials. Vol. Generally the effluent standards prohibit the discharge of acids. YIC manages a 440-hectare landfill located in the southeast cornner of the Royal Commission boundaries. Industrial Wastewater: To dispose of industrial wastewater a special collection and treatment system has been installed as part of the infrastructure in the city’s industrial parks. industrial wastewater must meet the established direct discharge criteria.7. 1) that the Royal Commission issues to all new developers.

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47 . To ensure that wastewater is free from any traces of industrial wastewater or process wastewater. Sanitary Wastewater: Also serving the industries is a separate sewerage system.4.7. The system is designed to receive wastewater from offices. showers. etc. restaurants. along with the necessary valve and metering equipment. cafeterias. The sanitary wastewater collection system is generally accessible through a manhole located at the boundary line of each industrial site. toilets. which collects and transports sanitary wastewater to a treatment facility adjoining the industrial wastewater treatment plant. In the absence of an existing the manhole developer may be required to construct one. the developers system must include oil and grease interceptors/traps. Treated sanitary waste water is distributed to the irrigation network and used for landscaping in the city.

wastewater treatment or air pollution control facilities. concentration. Non-hazardous Industrial Waste: These wastes include solid. the RCJY has won international recognition and several awards: 1968 1988 1995 1998 2002 2003 2007 United Nations’ Sasakawa Award Kuwait-based Regional Organization for the Protection of Marine Environmental Award Arab Cities Award for Environmental Protection Arab League Award in the field of Environmental Awareness Arab-European Cooperation Centre at Berlin-Environmental Protection Award Arab Cities Organization for Environmental Protection Award Organization of Arabic Cities – Environmental Awareness Award 48 .6. broken clay and manufactured rubber products. through testing of the waste or knowledge of the process by which the waste is generated. classify their wastes according to above criteria. semi-liquid or contained 3. liquid.7. 2. in the development and enforcement of strict guidelines and regulation relating to domestic and industrial waste water treatment and discharge and abatement of air borne pollutants. semi-solid. Inert Waste: Inert wastes are those wastes which are not biologically or chemically active in the natural 7.5. commercial. mining. Hazardous Waste: These wastes are defined as any solid. either for recycle. agricultural or mining. Municipal Waste: Municipal wastes include garbage. As a result of its uncompromising commitment to the preservation of the environment. located at the north eastern corner of the industrial area for the disposal of municipal waste. liquid. and in the development of extensive environmental monitoring programs. municipal. in environmentally conscious zoning and building code regulations. provided that they are not hazardous. office waste. environment. transported. or contained gaseous waste. and other decomposable material resulting from operation of residential. These included extensive environmental impact assessment studies related to construction as well as longer term operation of the industrial cities. storage or disposal the generator shall complete a waste manifest (RCER Vol. municipal or inert wastes as otherwise defined in these Regulations. reuse. food waste. These wastes shall also include: gaseous materials or wastes resulting from industrial. industrial or institutional establishments and from community activities. or combination of such wastes. the Royal Commission established the Environment Control Department to develop them into world models of environmental planning and sub stainable development. Waste generated in the Industrial City shall be classified into one of the following categories: 1. refuse. such as glass. Solid Wast: The Royal Commission operates a 440 hectare sanitary landfill. recycling and reuse of wastewater. the design criteria enforce conformity to the highest international environmental standards. Before transportation of hazardous and non-hazardous industrial waste away from a generator’s facility. waste composting programs. Waste generators shall. stored. waste vegetation 4. and agricultural operations and sludge from industrial. concrete and brick materials. water supply treatment. treatment. disposed of or otherwise managed. 1). physical or chemical characteristics pose a hazard or potential hazard to human health or the environment when improperly treated. In the planning and design of the infrastructure. There is a separate well equipped waste management facility for the disposal of industrial waste. which may because of its quantity. Preservation of the Environment In order to ensure that the industrial development of the industrial cities of Jubail and Yanbu were not achieved at the expense of the natural ecosystem. All industrial and hazardous wastes generated within the Industrial City and not intended for recycle or reuse shall be treated and / or disposed of at the Royal Commission approved waste treatment/ disposal facilities.

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HOW TO APPLY FOR AN INDUSTRIAL SITE AT MYAS 8. which include : • use of indigenous fuels and feedstocks. 3.1 GENERAL:The following are guidelines for filing a request for an industrial site in the Primary.which is the sole authority for granting licenses to establish and operate industrial facilities in the Kingdom. Secondary. as well as the community 50 . • synergy with existing and future industries • efficient use of utilities and infrastructure • value added to the Kingdom’s gross domestic product by serving domestic and export markets • import substitution • safety of operations within environmental impact regulations • enhancement of the employment opportunities. 2. In the case of Light Manufacturing/Support Industries. Firms which are licensed by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MCI).8. firms providing services or goods which are necessary for the ongoing support of the Primary and Secondary Industries. The Royal Commission leases industrial sites to: 1. Firms meeting the Yanbu setting criteria. or Light Manufacturing/Support Industries Parks in Yanbu Industrial City.

Plant Process Flow Diagram with description 10. The project layout showing the optimum use of the land 9. Show us that you have completed the basic needs for your project including MCI license. If so. Single Line Diagram showing the Power distribution for the plant units 12. A copy of the acceptance from the Ministry of Petroleum and Minerals Resources or Aramco Co. to enter a contract called a Conditional Site Allocation (CSA).3 Registration Procedure Main Points: Submit the completed application accompanied by the following documents 1. Step Two: We will evaluate your requirements and after discussions with you. A copy of the Indusial License for construction of the project in Yanbu Industrial City (MYAS) 2. you will be qualified to enter a land lease agreement with the Royal Commission and start your construction and operation. 8. determine whether your project could fit into our industrial complex. Detailed descriptions for the cooling system of the plant 11. Milestone Schedule of the project including the developing stages 8. we will select a specific site and ask you Step Four: When you have completed an Environmental Impact Review and obtained approval for your design. that will reserve the parcel while you prepare additional information. A copy of company foundation documents 3.8. for providing Natural Gas Liquid (NGL) 51 . A copy of the commitment of the feedstock supplier 6. technology agreements and feedstock agreements. A copy of the documents showing the financial sources of the project 5. Break Down Diagram showing the power capacity distribution to the plant units 13. A copy of the commitment of the technology licenses 7. A copy of the feasibility study prepared by a consultant office 4.2 Key Steps In The Overall Process Step One: Tell us what you want to do and what you will need. Step Three: When approved. we will recommend that you be considered for a site.

D. identifies your infrastructure and utility needs and outlines the project’s safety and environmental impact factors. Fax No. Once the final MCI approval is obtained. Feedstock Agreements If you wish to procure feedstock. demand quantities. such as ethane or propane.D. Concurrently. 1.com 2. Secondary or Light and Support Park. the Site Selection Committee will meet in Yanbu to identify and recommend a specific site. at Room 435. you will be asked to enter a contract called the Conditional Site Allocation (CSA). The SAR summarizes the main features of your project. For More Information Go To: www. Saudi Aramco – Fuel & Feedstock (If Needed) You will be required to contact Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco) Distribution Technical Support Dept. (04) 321-6363. The SAR must confirm to the basic information approved in your MOC license. at the above address. Following approval by the Committee and the Executive President for the Royal Commission at Yanbu. 52 . the Royal Commission would evaluate your land and utility requirements. Tel.. The completed forms and a project plot plan should be transmitted to I. Telex 400681 MINELC SJ. and the expected onstream timing. Technology Supplier Agreements At an early stage you are required to assure the Royal Commission that you have or will develop an agreement with each provider of technology relevant to your project. Fax (04) 321-6799. 4th Floor. You are required to forward evidence of each of these to the Royal Commission at Yanbu.4 Application Procedures: Site Allocation Request (SAR): Candidates who wish to locate their project at Yanbu Industrial City should obtain the application forms titled Site Allocation Request from the Investor Relations Department (I. Dammam Office Bldg. The RC Chairman.).R. Saudi Arabia. Yanbu Industrial City 31961. Fax (01) 477-5488 to file a business license application. Evidence of Saudi Aramco’s commitment should be provided with your SAR.H.R. Tel. you will be recommended for a General Site Approval in the Primary.saudiaramco. No. Saudi Arabia. Tel. including minimizing land and utilities requirements. (01). Box 10001. (03) 862-2289 to arrange for a commitment for natural gas or other natural gas based feedstocks. When the basic criteria have been met. Saudi Arabia. No. you should contact the Ministry of Commerve and Industry MOCI in Riyadh 11127. P. environmental impacts and overall project structure. if fuels or feedstock are available. You may choose to make contact earlier with Saudi Aramco to obtain an initial assessment of availability of your requirements and to give notice to Saudi Aramco of your potential needs.8. 3. Copies of your agreements or Letters of Intent must also be submitted. This formal request should indicate the type of fuels or feedstock required. you should contact any feed stock supplier to obtain an agreement for each feedstock.477-6666.O. you should forward copies of the license along with your SAR. When we have received your completed SAR with the attachments noted above. Following the General Site Approval by H. (03) 862-2123.

Conditional Site Approval The “Conditional Site Allocation” (CSA) provides the Royal Commission’s assurance to the applicant that a particular site will be held in reserve for the project for a specified duration. keeping pace with the emerging technologies in the telecommunications sector and satisfying its customer’s needs. After receiving your CSA. Providing evidence of an approved power supply agreement with MARAFIQ is the last major requirement for securing a lease. if needed for application to the Saudi Industrial Development Fund (SIDF). In order to secure a lease. In the case of industries locating in the Secondary Industries Park which cannot satisfy 5a above. 5. which will be reviewed thoroughly by the Royal Commission Environment Control Department. or others that your project has a site reserved. operational training and technical support. You must receive environmental approval for your project before you can obtain a lease. this is the way to reinforce its position and identity in view of a changing world where the role and usage of telecommunications became more significant For More Information Go To: www. construction. a lease agreement can be executed and construction can begin. If you are locating in the Primary or Secondary Industries Park.com.com.sa www. STC has put in its consideration that. you will be required to contact MARAFIQ to discuss the most appropriate tie-in point and the scope and schedule of installing cables.sa Meeting International Design Standards 53 . MARAFIQ and Saudi Telecom Company (STC) Finally. engineering can be completed and construction can begin.you will be required to demonstrate to the Royal Commission that you will be using internationally-recognized consultants for design.4. STC is the leading national provider of telecommunication services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. At that time. you will be required to prepare a detailed Environmental Impact Report. The Royal Commission does not wish to participate in or review the detailed design of projects. you will need to fulfill the following requirements.stc. After demonstrating use of such consultants. You will find that the level of detail of information corresponds to the quality of engineering data you would normally generate during project development. we require you to use the services of qualified design firms capable of conforming with international codes and standards. you will be exempted from submitting onplot detailed engineering drawings for approval to the Royal Commission. and fulfilling the other requirements in the Conditional Site Allocation certificate. Instead. The company is working continuously to fulfill and satisfy the market requirements. After obtaining a satisfactory review of your submittals. a land lease agreement can be executed. • 5b. transformers and substation modifications. subject to his developing the project specifications according to a mutually agreed schedule. or in the case of industries locating in the Support and Light Manufacturing Industries Park. 7. 6. the Royal Commission or its authorized representatives may chose to review completed engineering drawings and specifications submitted by you. the Royal Commission will issue a Building Permit or equivalent. Granting a CSA will also provide you with the evidence. Safety and Environmental Impact At various stages of your application from SAR through CSA to execution of land lease agreement the Royal Commission will require increasing amounts of information regarding your safety management and environmental impacts.marafiq. • 5a.

- 30 years 25 years 10 years 54 . The Lease After the firm meets all Royal Commission requirements and after signing the Conditional Site Allocation.8. There are 3 kinds of industrial lease with different duration: Primary Industry Secondary Industry Support Industry The lease is renewable upon agreement by both parties. the RC will prepare a lease agreement.

gov.com.gov.sa www.sama.com.com www.commerce.sabic.sa www.sa www.sa Department of Zakat and Income Tax (DZIT) Royal Commission Yanbu(RCY) Saudi Aramco Sabic Marfiq Saudi Telecommunication Company General Authority Of Civil Aviation Yanbu Industrial College Yanbu University College www.gov.sa www.yic.edu.dzit.sa www.edu.gov.stc.gov.sa 55 .gosi.gdp.com.References:- Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA) Saudi Industrial Development Fund (SIDF) Ministry of Economy and Planning (MOEP) Ministry Of Commerce & Industry(MCI) General Directorate OF Passports (GDIP) www.mep.sa www.gov.sa www.sa www.sa ucy.gov.saudiaramco.sidf.marafic.gov.sa General Organization Of Social Insurance (GOSI) www.rcjy.sa www.sa www.gov.gaca.

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