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Saudi's National Petrochemical Quarterly Profit Falls
National Petrochemical To Start Discussions With Saudi Industrial Investment Group for Potential Merger
National Petrochemical Posts Quarterly loss
National Petrochemical Co SJSC (Petrochem), is a Saudi Arabia-based joint stock company that operates in the petrochemical sector. The Company is engaged in the development, establishment, operation, management and maintenance of petrochemical, gas, petroleum and other industrial plants; wholesale and retail trading in petrochemical materials and products, and owning land, real estate and building for the Company’s benefits. The Company invests in its subsidiaries: Saudi Polymers Company, which is focused on the production of petrochemical products, such as Ethylene, High Density Polyethylene (HDPE), Low Density Linear Polyethylene (LDLPE), Hexene, Polypropylene (PP) and General Purpose Poly Styrene (GPPS) and High Impact Poly Styrene (HIPS) in its plants in Jubail Industrial City, and Gulf Polymers Distribution Company FZCO. The Company is a subsidiary of Saudi Industrial Investment Group (SIIG).
Northern Ring Branch Road
Hittin Area unit 202,
Hamad Bin Saud Al Sayari
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Suleiman Mohammed Al Mandeel
Non-Executive Vice Chairman of the Board
Turki Al Hajiri
Chief Financial Officer
Abdul Rahman Saleh Al Ismail
Executive Member of the Board, Managing Director
Khalid Mohammed Al-Areefy
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Saudi Arabian petrochemicals companies Saudi Industrial Investment Group (SIIG) <2250.SE> and the National Petrochemical Company (Petrochem) <2002.SE> have begun talks over a potential merger, they said on Sunday.
A fire at a factory belonging to Saudi Arabia's National Petrochemical Industrial Company (NATPET) killed one worker and injured 11 others in Yanbu province on the Red Sea, a spokesman of the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu told Al-ekhbariya TV early on Wednesday.
Dubai shares rose on Monday, helped by strong earnings at Emaar Development and outperforming the Gulf region, where most markets weakened amid a slight correction in oil prices and selective profit-taking.
Dubai and Saudi stock markets both rose on Monday backed by gains in key blue-chip stocks and strong corporate earnings, while Abu Dhabi and Qatar were down.
* Opposite directions for Dubai's Emaar Properties, Development
* Qatar pulls back after two days of big gains on ownership news
Qatar's stock market pulled back in early trade on Wednesday after two days of strong gains, while most other Gulf bourses moved sideways but a few individual stocks in Saudi Arabia rose sharply in response to positive news.
Qatar's stock market soared on Monday after Qatar National Bank said it would raise its ceiling for foreign ownership, while expectations for more inflows of foreign money lifted Saudi Arabia.
* Foreign investors bought net $115 million last week -exchange
Most Gulf stock markets were higher in early trade on Sunday as a leap by Dubai's biggest bank, Emirates NBD, pulled that index up sharply.
Egypt's stock market surged on Tuesday after the central bank removed caps on deposits and withdrawals of foreign currency for importers, scrapping one of the last currency controls in place since the Arab Spring uprising in 2011.
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