The relationship between Saudi Aramco and TOTAL is a global partnership that features exceptional expertise in the field of refining and petrochemicals, strong financing power and a strategic commitment to the industry. These traits are clearly manifest in both companies’ legacy of success in executing and operating refining projects.
Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco), is a fully-integrated, state-owned global petroleum enterprise and a world leader in exploration and producing, refining, distribution, shipping and marketing. It manages proven reserve of 261.1 billion barrels of crude oil and 294 trillion standard cubic feet of gas.
TOTAL is a leading multinational energy company operating in more than 130 countries. Based on market capitalization (in dollars) as of December 31, 2009, TOTAL together with its subsidiaries and affiliates, is the fifth largest publicly-traded integrated international oil and gas company in the world.
SATORP’s Board of Managers, as stewards of our company, steer its business affairs, provide management with guidance in determining the company’s long-term strategy and assess company's opportunities, risks and controls of risk mitigation.
To accomplish its mission, SATORP is organized into key business areas, each headed by a member of corporate management.
Seeking to conduct business in an ethical and responsible way,
SATORP created the Corporate Social Responsibility Organization (CSR)
to implement and coordinate strategically aligned events that positively
impact the community, environment, consumers, employees, stakeholders and
general public, Building on SATORP’s core business strengths, citizenship
programs will support the economy, the community, knowledge-building and
Satorp citizenship activities will support the four key citizenship pillars of Economy, Community, Knowledge and Environment and are grouped under two main categories based upon their target audience and purpose.
Internal Citizenship Activities/Programs (IC) is aimed at improving the lives of Satorp workforce and their families (e.g. Health Wellness Program, Safety Awareness, and Environmental Stewardship Workshops for employees). These activities are carried out by various departments within Satorp.
External Citizenship Activities/Programs (EC) is delivered by Satorp
for the benefit of local communities, the general public and other external stakeholders
in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. They involve a verity of citizenship outreach programs
(e.g. philanthropic programs, awareness activities, traffic safety signature program).
SATORP has started the first phase of its CSR program by creating Torathuna, a wholly owned company, for craft entrepreneurship program with a mechanism to help artisans and craftsmen to reserve the kingdom’s heritage.
SATORP’s CSR initiative (Torathuna) was initiated in cooperation with Saudi Commission for Tourism & National Heritage, with the objective of preserving heritage and antiquities to survive, flourish and sustain for future generations through creating successful local crafts business in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia..
SATORP is supporting artisans and craftsmen entrepreneurs with sustainable and
successful business, by providing them with the needed fund along with the training,
development and tools needed to nurture and develop their enterprises.
To build a path of communication and collaboration, SATORP signed a memorandum of understanding with Waed, the Saudi Hand crafts arm of Saudi Commission for Tourism & National Heritage Saudi Handicraft Program. With the intention to partner with the best in the crafts sector, SATORP’s initiative (Torathuna) is collaborating with the SCTA to successfully achieve our objective.
As SATORP’s contribution in the Internal Citizenship activities and programs, SATORP is currently formalizing its program and will announce in due course.
One of the most important components of running a successful business is keeping employees
happy and providing them with enough incentive to maximize their productivity.
SATORP offers employees benefits that go beyond the legal requirements.
1. Attractive Base Salary.
2. Housing Allowance.
3. Transportation Allowance.
4. Working Hours: 40 Hours/Week.
5. Annual Leave: 30 Days (G9-)
38 Days (G10+).
6. Medical Insurance.
1. 13th Month Allowance.
2. Vacation Allowance: 70% of Salary.
3. Round Trip Ticket (Expatriate).
4. Home Ownership Program (Saudi).
5. One Time Furniture Allowance (Saudi).
6. Service Award Gift in 5 Year Increments.
Satorp's workforce is made up of both experienced talent and the graduates of SATORP’s
apprentice training program. The majority of the workforce will consist of qualified
multi-nationals and Saudis with advanced technical expertise.
Satorp endeavors to find the best qualified and experienced candidates available in the domestic and international markets in order to manage and lead the Company.
A training program of approximately three years had been designed for apprentices
to enable them to develop their capabilities and knowledge. In the first two years,
the focus is on academic skills, particularly English, Math and Physics, using curricula
built on the practical method of the learning process. This will enable the students to
learn the refinery's operations which constitute the core of the training process.
Based on their results during this stage, successful candidates are directed to operations,
maintenance, the laboratory, or security.
Included in this intensive training, the trainees may be assigned to Saudi Aramco and other selected refineries in order to better familiarize them with best practices in the refining industry. During this period, candidates are trained in new areas of knowledge that will qualify them to assume their future responsibilities. Some of the trainees are assigned to international refining facilities in which either parent company has a stake in order to continue their training in the latest refining processes. At the end of this preparatory stage, the trainees then return to Jubail to commence the operation stage coinciding with the completion of the construction of the SATORP facility.
SATORP has also adopted Professional Development Programs for advanced studies of selected employees.
Saudis’ holding Engineering degrees were sent for a Masters equivalency program at the French Petroleum Institute (IFP), one of the most distinguished petroleum institutes in the world.The students were then assigned for an average of 7 months each to petroleum refineries in Western Europe to obtain practical training in the responsibilities of the Chemical Engineer position. This program will continue with additional new hires in the future.
Planning & Training Analyst
Furnaces & Combustion Engineer
Trade Finance Analyst
Corporate Planning Advisor
User Assistant Head
Process Ssafety Engineer
Under the patronage of HRH Prince Sultan ibn Salman, SATORP launches Torathuna Social Responsibility Co.
SATORP proudly received Amin Al-Nasser, President & CEO of Saudi Aramco and Patrick Pouyanné, CEO of TOTAL. During their visit to the refinery they took a walkthrough in the main Control Room & the Coker Unit.
The people of the eastern region celebrating both Eid Al-Fitr and East Summer Festival 36.
The Jun 30 - Jul 1 2015 Ramadan Iftar Gathering for SATORP employees & their families in Jubail & Khobar.
SATORP had honor to receive Mr. Amin Al-Nasser, President & CEO (Acting) of Saudi Aramco on his first visit to the state-of-the-art refinery.
Under the patronage of HRH Prince Saud Bin Nayif Bin Abdulaziz, Governor of the Eastern Province, the National Industrial Training Institute (NITI)
SATORP, a sponsor of the World Environment Day celebration held by RC Royal Commission of Jubail.
In Abu Dhabi, UAE, the International Refining and Petrochemical Conference (IRPC) 2015 was held. The conference and exhibition
Al-Jubail Industrial City 2, 4048-Unit No1,
Al-Jubail 35741-7821, Eastern Province,
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia