Wood is currently looking for an Executive Government Relations Consultant to work out of our office in Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia. This position will be part of the core team on the COTC project, a Joint Venture between Aramco and Sabic. As an Executive Government Relations Consultant, you are responsible for processing and carrying out all transactions relating to visas, permits, licenses, registration, pertaining to employees, hotel vehicles and the hotel itself, liaising with various government departments and agencies.
Our clients are setting up a new Joint Venture business which will take crude oil and produce a wide range of bulk chemical products. The project will be a first of a kind investment with a fully integrated 600,000 bpd refinery and chemicals complex, including two parallel ethylene crackers and with limited co-production of fuels. All the individual parts of the project will be world scale and the integration will deliver world beating production efficiency. The TIC is likely to be of the order of $20-$25 billion, making it one of the largest ever single-phase investments in the petrochemicals industry.
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