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Oman Cement Company – The Quality Policy (February 28, 2010)

February 28, 2011



Oman Cement Company (S.A.O.G) is committed to:

  Protect the health and safety of its staff, its contractor’s employees affected by its activities.
  Protect the environment in which it operates, minimize pollution and seek improvements in the use of natural resources.

The Company will:

  Comply with applicable laws, regulations, standards and procedures of Sultanate of Oman and apply more stringent standards and procedures where it is considered to do so;
  Provide a safe and healthy work place for its staff and where appropriate, its contractor’s employees;
  Focus on promoting health awareness through education and minimize the risk of adverse health effects due to work environment.
  Support and promote a high standard preventive and curative health care and execution of occupational and public health programs.
  Work towards accident free environment.
  Reduce waste generation and contamination of air, water and land.
  Dispose off unavoidable waste in safe and environmental friendly way.
  Promote awareness in all the employees about HSE impacts of their activities and the objectives of this policy.
  Undertake reviews to ensure compliance to this policy and continual improvement in health, safety and environmental performance.
  Provide the policy to interested parties and will review it periodically.

This piece is taken from the website of Oman Cement Company.

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Al Majal Environmental & Technical Services LLC – Management Systems

February 28, 2011

Al-Majal specializes in the implementation and development of Management System. Management Systems have been developed to satisfy the growing needs of business to adopt a more formalized approach to effective, efficient and eco-friendly business practices. They provide a frame work for companies to set objectives, targets, implement systems and report on environmental performance.

Our services include certification in ISO9001, ISO 14001, ISO18001, ISO20000, ISO22000, ISO26000, EMAS among others.

There are many forces currently driving organizations to improve their sustainability performance. The introduction of Management Systems can assist companies to achieve such benefits through providing expert advice and consistent client contact throughout the systems development and implementation process and provide the following potential benefits:

      • Compliance with the environmental legislations
      • Reduction in energy and resource consumption.
      • Reduce legal liability
      • Improving the understanding of current and future needs
      • Environmental compliance programs
      • Gap analysis to establish status against selected EMS standards.
      • Development of policies, procedures, planning and documentation.
      • Competitive advantage from increased marketability.
      • Benchmarking management against industry competitors.
      • Formulation of Environmental Policy.
      • Very Good Environmental Planning
      • Environmental Corrective Action
      • Management Review.
      • Prevention of pollution

This piece is taken from the website of Al Majal Environmental & Technical Services LLC.

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Al Majal Environmental & Technical Services LLC – Environmental Consultancy

February 28, 2011

Al Majal offers a full range of environmental consultancies which forms the core program of the company. Its environmental consultancy services are listed below:

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) & Integrated Impact Assessment (IIA).

  • Minimizes Environmental Impacts
  • Development of EIA/ IIA for any project.
  • Development of Environmental Management Plans (EMP).
  • Development of Environmental Mitigation Plans.
  • Development of Environmental Monitoring Programs.
  • Integrated Management Strategies.


Environmental Auditing.

  • Projects Environmental Auditing.
  • ISO14000 Compliance Auditing.
  • Development of Auditing Plans.
  • Ensure Compliance with all applicable Legislations.


Environmental Legal Compliance

  • Environmental permitting processes
  • Environmental Monitoring

This piece is taken from the website of Al Majal Environmental & Technical Services LLC.

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Al Majal Environmental & Technical Services LLC – Sustainable Development Solutions

February 28, 2011

Rapid growth is posing serious threats to the country’s natural resources and cultural heritage. At present the energy demand of the country has increased to meet the requirements of the construction, tourism and manufacturing sectors. Underneath the growth and opportunities, the waste output of the country has also risen significantly. The country is consistently challenged by water scarcity being in one of the driest regions of the world. There is also a big problem posed by a growing population which is requiring more resources and more energy. There are on-going initiatives to undertake expanded seawater desalination through central desalination plants however the desalination process requires energy or fossil fuel that contributes massive greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere.
These are just some of the challenges to the country’s steady growth. The recent incidences of water scarcity and power outage are signs that the country should address efficiency measures to conserve its resources, especially oil and water. Al Majal offers the following practical but highly effective measures

  • Water, Energy Resource Audit
  • Practical Water Saving solutions (retrofits, WSD, waterless urinals…)
  • Waste Paper Recycling Program Collection; Waste Management Solutions
  • Eco-friendly products and construction solutions
  • Start Up CSR activities (starting a CSR initiative)

This piece is taken from the website of Al Majal Environmental & Technical Services LLC.

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Al Majal Environmental & Technical Services LLC – Green Building Solutions

February 28, 2011

Al Majal announces its contribution to the advent of sustainable construction in Oman with the introduction of an in-country LEED consultancy that supports sustainable Green Building Practices through the entire Life-Cycle of a project which considers its economic and environmental impact and performance.

Through innovative designs, green building practices offer the opportunity for stakeholders to create environmentally-sound and resource-efficient buildings. Green buildings offers resource conservation, including energy efficiency, renewable energy, and water conservation features; consider environmental impacts and waste minimization; create a healthy and comfortable environment; reduce operation and maintenance costs; and address issues such as historical preservation, access to public transportation and other community infrastructure systems.

United Nations Environmental Program released the report Buildings and Climate Change, stating 30-40% of energy worldwide is consumed in what is known as the Life-Cycle (the design, construction, operation and demolition) of a building. This report confirms that addressing the energy use of the built environment could contribute significantly in reducing our energy demand and consequently reduce our carbon emissions.

Al Majal has  LEED accredited experts to undertake education, consultation, management and marketing of LEED projects to meet your needs as they relate to green building.

We draw from our wisdom and knowledge on sustainable development and construction to help your company identify and implement the most cost-effective and environmentally-responsible green building strategies.

  • Green Building/LEED Program
  • Green Building Education
  • Renewable Energy Systems Analysis
  • LEED Project Management
  • Corporate Sustainability Planning
  • Energy Modeling

This piece is taken from the website of Al Majal Environmental & Technical Services LLC.

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Al Majal Environmental & Technical Services LLC – Strategy

February 28, 2011

A sustainable built and natural environment for current and future generations of the people of the Sultanate of Oman and the planet.
Organizational Vision:
A professional socially responsible organization composed of highly-skilled individuals, working in partnership with other development stakeholders in ensuring a sustainable future for Oman and beyond.
Working with Al Majal will have a dramatic impact on your company’s socio-economic and environmental performance, in various ways. As a partner, you can expect the following:

  • Increased Revenue
  • Reduced Operation Costs
  • Dramatically Diminished Risk
  • Increased Brand Value + Recognition


To provide the most effective strategies and solutions to current sustainability challenges striking the proper balance between the interests of society, environment and economy.
To uphold the principles of CSR, good governance and all other facets of sustainable development in all Al Majal products and services.

To become a leader in environmental consultancy in the country and the region.

  • To offer efficient and cost-effective environmental solutions to clients on any given context
  • To eliminate or reduce in unacceptable environmental or financial risk and liabilities, and on the management and reduction of these risks.
  • To contribute to solving the environmental challenges of the country through Al Majal products and services
  • To work in close coordination with clients and partners in designing and implementing solutions in accordance to their own business strategies
  • To adhere to highest ethical standards in all Al Majal products and services
  • To provide the best possible workplace environment and financial rewards to Al Majal professionals


Sustainability. Believes in the pursuit of sustainable development. Beyond compliance, companies could display volunteerism and unmatched leadership in the fight against the most pressing challenges the world is currently facing, like global warming, desertification loss of biodiversity and rapid depletion of resources.

Cradle-to-cradle Principle. Al Majal believes a new way of thinking is needed, one that challenges different sectors to think in terms of a closed-loop cycle or processes involving a cradle-to-cradle principle.

Corporate Social Responsibility. Al Majal has confidence on the corporate sector to work in partnership with government, NGOs, other concerned groups and the community in addressing the most pressing challenges the country is facing. With its resources and influence, the corporate sector has a critical role to play in ensuring a sustainable future. The corporate sector could lead in this campaign. It is its corporate social responsibility.

Best Solutions.  Al Majal shall ensure that it delivers the best solution to each assignment as a result of scientific processes, strategic thinking, good judgment and cost-efficiency measures.

This piece is taken from the website of Al Majal Environmental & Technical Services LLC.

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Al Majal Environmental & Technical Services LLC – About Us

February 28, 2011

The GCC is currently experiencing economic growth never before seen in its history. This growth offers numerous opportunities for the people of the region and for expatriates. Growth requires resources and energy to meet demands of markets. As a result Oman is expanding both horizontally and vertically.
However, growth is also posing serious threats to the country’s natural resources and cultural heritage. Al Majal recognizes these challenges.
Al Majal believes and promotes Corporate Social Responsibility as a way of addressing social and environmental challenges that come with economic growth. The company’s overall strategy and programs are designed to help promote and achieve sustainability in all sectors.
Al Majal joins a growing number of responsible organizations who believe that a key factor in achieving sustainability is by addressing the triple bottom line of society, environment and economy.
Al Majal aims to partner with individuals, companies, concerned groups and the community at large in meeting the challenges brought upon by economic growth through environmental solutions and overall environmental protection. It aims to be a leading company in environmental best practices while partnering with other companies in addressing their sustainability concerns.
Al Majal is an indigenous organization of Oman, for Oman.

This piece is taken from the website of Al Majal Environmental & Technical Services LLC.

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Shell Development Oman LLC – Environment

February 28, 2011

Shell demonstrated its contribution to the conservation of Oman through the implementation of new environmental projects. Placing an emphasis on the importance of environmental issues within the Omani community, Shell supported such projects as a book entitled “Marine Life in Arabian Seas”, as well as educating schoolchildren through theatre performances on the importance of saving the planet through recycling. The Shell Development Oman is also a member of the Environmental Society of Oman with a view to providing assistance and contribution to organisation that are dedicated to the environment.

Workshop on The Use of Energy & CO2

On June 2008 The Ministry of Environment and Climate Affairs jointly with Shell Development Oman organised a workshop on ‘The Use of Energy and Carbon Dioxide (CO2): Towards Environmentally Sustainable Development’. Representatives from key organisations in Oman, including both Government and industries, who are part of and/or responsible for tackling environmental issues attended.

The workshop focused on regulatory and technological options currently being developed elsewhere and discussed their applicability to Oman. Moreover it created an understanding of the emerging energy supply and demand patterns in the world and how the role of industries’ governments’ and individuals’ behaviour will shape those patterns. The participants also discussed the options available to mitigate the harmful effects of increased CO2 emissions.

The Environment Curriculum

The Ministry of Education, the Environment Society of Oman and Shell are currently working on preparing the ‘Environment Education Document in the Omani Curriculum’. The objective of carrying out this initiative is to help educate school children and their families by incorporating environment related topics into the current curriculum used in public and private schools to improve awareness of environmental issues and become actively involved in conservation. It involves partnership with different organisations to foster cooperation between the government, NGOs and the private sector to promote conservation of Oman’s natural environment.

Marine Life in Arabian Seas

Written by Robert Baldwin, the “Marine Life in Arabian Seas” was sponsored by Shell Development Oman and aims to provide an understanding of Oman’s rich environment.

The book also attempts to portray a range of marine life that in both representative of, and peculiar to Arabian seas, through a collection of photographs taken in waters bounding the Arabian peninsula, including the Arabian Gulf, Gulf of Oman, Arabian sea, Gulf of Aden and Red sea.

Environment Society of Oman

In recognition of Oman’s unique habitat and landscapes, blessed with pristine beaches and coral reefs; high mountains and breathtaking deserts sands, Shell became a member of the Environmental Society of Oman in 2008.

Through its membership, Shell has aimed to raise public awareness of environmental issues and encourage active research into many aspects of the Sultanate’s environment in order to provide the necessary information for conservation and education initiatives. Helping to conserve Oman’s natural heritage is also a priority for Shell’s membership.

Whales & Dolphins of Arabia Book

In one of the world’s most rapidly developing regions, the future of whales and dolphins in Arabia is dependent upon our understanding their of conservation needs. Careful stewardship of the marine environment in which they live, as well as protection of the many populations of whales and dolphins themselves, is critical to their continued survival.

This book, which Shell Development Oman is pleased to be associated with, is a valuable contribution to Shell’s awareness, knowledge and appreciation of whales and dolphins of Arabia. And Shell hopes that it will inspire readers to participate more actively in their protection and to continue to discover more about a fascinating part of the region’s natural heritage. This book were issued in 2003.

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Arabian Leopard Project

The Arabian leopard Panthera pardus nimr, or nimr in Arabic, is the largest surviving carnivore in the Arabian Peninsula. It is ten times rarer than the Giant Panda. Jabal Samhan, proposed as a protected area in 1986, was declared a Nature Reserve for Arabian Leopard by Royal Decree 48/97 in June 1997.

Shell Development Oman sponsored the studies made to save this kind of animals through a sponsorship of maps made to locate these leopards in different areas of Oman so the project people can looked after them and save them.

Middle East Research Centre

The Middle East Desalination Research Centre (MEDRC) research programme is designed to address Middle East and North Africa (MENA) desalination needs across seven technical research topics and related communication and training areas.

The centre is especially interested in projects which have a multi-national and multi-institutional element. For more information about the centre, please contact the centre

This piece is taken from the website of Shell Development Oman LLC.

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Shell Oman – Environment

February 28, 2011

Managing environmental impacts

Shell Oman conducts continous Environmental Site Assessment and monitoring works for the underground water contaminated retail sites. Spills of oil and oil products can harm the environment and put our employees and neighbouring communities at risk. While spills from oil tankers attract the most public attention, they are rare. At our operations, we have been steadily reducing the amount of oil and oil products spilled for reasons we can control, like corrosion or operational failures.

The Company Participated in, and sponsored, several environmental events. Among others, the Company plays a role in the Oman Environment Day, the Coral Reef Cleaning Initiative, etc.

Shell Oman enrolled onto the Ambient Air Emission Monitoring Programme for Mina Al-Fahal Area supervised by PDO.

This piece is taken from the website of Shell Oman.

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National Oil & Gas Authority – Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company

February 21, 2011


Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company was founded on 5th December 1979 as a nucleus for cooperation among Gulf Cooperative Council member states for the manufacture of fertilizers and petrochemicals by utilizing Bahraini natural gas as feedstock. The Company was established as an equally owned joint venture by the Government of the Kingdom of Bahrain, Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC), Saudi Arabia and Petrochemical Industries Company (PIC), Kuwait. The company’s Board of Directors comprise of representatives from the three shareholding states.


Built on 60 acres of reclaimed land at Sitra Island, the project initially consisted of two Plants: Ammonia and Methanol together with their Utilities. The Plants were commissioned in May 1985, each with a capacity of 1,000 metric tones per day. In 1989, their capacities were further increased to 1200 tonnes each per day.


Due to its success in production and marketing of the products and to capitalize further on the Ammonia, GPIC decided to expand its operations and built a 1,700 metric tones per day Urea Plant that was commissioned in 1998. This plant included its own Utilities and Urea handling facilities to export finest quality Granular Urea worldwide. GPIC continues to produce and supply the world with more than 1.46 million tones per annum of high quality products.


GPIC prides itself with its excellent record in safety, continuous production runs and environmental achievements. The Company has won numerous awards, prizes and appreciation certificates locally, regionally and internationally. Through its distinguished environmental projects, the Company has proved that industry and the environment can harmoniously exist side by side.


GPIC looks to the future as a distinguished producer and exporter of quality petrochemical and fertilizer products to the whole world. To maintain this unique status, considerable effort and investment has been made to upgrade major plant equipment and modernize control and management systems at the complex. Plans for expansion are also well under way to either duplicate the existing facilities or construct new stand-alone plants in the coming years.

Management Approach: The “One Team” Concept


GPIC is proud of its employees and considers them as the most important assets of the company. Whilst the executive management sets the vision, goals, objectives and policies of the company, these elements are discussed and explained to all levels and posted at key locations. The management team also regularly publishes statistics that reflect the Company’s progress to all staff, electronically and on notice boards. The one team spirit is propagated throughout the organization on a daily basis through coordination meetings, social activities inside and outside the complex and special functions.


The Management has also formed a number of committees such as the Safety Committee, Health Committee, Environment Committee, Training and Development committee, productivity enhancement committee, personal cases committee and many others. All these committees work consistently with each other to achieve the set objectives.


The GPIC leadership is fully committed in its endeavors to synthesize the best from world safety, health, and quality standards to build a truly robust management regime. The company’s management systems are certified to ISO-9001:2000 quality standard, ISO-14001 environmental standard and the Occupational Health and Safety Management System’s OHSAS-18001 standard. The company has also acquired the ISO-27001 certification also for its Information Technology Security Management System.


GPIC is also the first petrochemical company in the Arabian Gulf to successfully complete all the requirements and gain accreditation by the British Standard Institute (BSI) for the PAS-99 (Publicly Available Specification) model, the world’s first Integrated Management System.


Training and Development


GPIC Management considers training and development of its employees as a top priority and has therefore invested a substantial amount of money in the Bahrainisation and employee development programs since inception.


The percentage of Bahrainis in the company is currently in excess of 82% and this percentage is rising annually. Since inception a considerable number of Bahraini personnel have been trained to take up permanent senior positions in the company’s organization. In addition, the GPIC Training Centre arranges a large number of development courses every year to ensure a well-educated workforce, able to meet the high technology demands of the international petrochemical industry. In-house training is complimented by the use of local and international institutions, together with company sponsorship of staff in local and overseas universities. The company is strongly committed and believes in equal employment opportunities for both men and women. The steps taken by the company in this regards are highlighted by the rising numbers of women employees on the company payrolls every year.


The Training Centre at GPIC has state of the art facilities to train its employees and keep them abreast of the latest developments in the field of fertilizers and petrochemicals. There is a top class theatre hall, a central library, plant models, training simulators, audio visual centre, class rooms and the E-learning centre which is the first of its kind in the entire Arabian Gulf region. In 2008 GPIC was honored the First Place for “The outstanding Companies in Training and Human Resources Development – 2008 Awards” by the Ministry of Labor, Kingdom of Bahrain. In 2009, GPIC has been awarded the Middle East ‘Best Learner Adoption Statistics’ Award in the category of Biggest Usage Statistics by a Company for e-Learning Solution Users from CAFE-ME.

Safety and Health


Safety assumes special importance in the petrochemicals industry due to the nature of processes that employ flammable gases, high pressures, electrical risks and the presence of high-speed machines. For this purpose, GPIC employs a stringent risk management policy that has resulted in achieving more than 8 million hours without any lost-time accidents. GPIC’s record of achievements in safety is outstanding by all standards.


The Company has won eight consecutive golden awards from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accident (RoSPA) U.K. In 2001, GPIC won the international sector award for the petrochemical industry from RoSPA. These achievements were further complemented when GPIC won the prestigious Sir George Earle Trophy from RoSPA in 2005, which is awarded to an organization for the most outstanding Performance in Occupational Safety and Health worldwide. It is notable that GPIC has become the first organization outside Europe and North America to be awarded with this prestigious Trophy. In the final round of this award, GPIC competed with international giants such as Shell, Toyota and General Electric. In 2008, GPIC was awarded the Robert Campbell Safety Award from the National Safety Council, USA in recognition for the company’s strict adherence to and constant developments of its occupational health and safety systems. The company also won the highly acclaimed International Safety award from the British Safety Council in addition to the 2008 Excellence Award in Chemical Sector for Occupational Health and Safety from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) UK.


GPIC Complex is supported by a modern health centre managed by an experienced doctor, assisted by qualified nurses and equipped with the stat of the art medical equipment. The centre provides its services 24 hours a day throughout the week. These services include primary care, first aid and periodical checkups for all employees.


A large number of the company staff has also been trained as qualified first aiders to assist the health centre when needed. Furthermore, the centre in coordination with the labour union regularly organizes blood donation campaigns to supplement reserves at the Blood Bank of the Ministry of Health.


The Management has also appointed a Health Committee which regularly inspects the canteen premises and other food outlets at the complex to ensure that highest level of hygiene is maintained. The Committee also organizes a number of lectures annually to cover various health issues.


Environmental Protection


Since its inception, Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company has felt the need for maintaining environmental balance. The Project’s environmental impact was thoroughly examined and studied. All the necessary measures and steps were than taken to maintain such a balance. Although more than 26 years have passed since the plants went on stream, all the plants are still operating according to the strictest local and international environmental standards.


The Urea plant, which came into operation in 1998, was subjected to the same of environmental review at the design stage. GPIC insisted on installing a granulation process for the production of final solid product rather than the more conventional prilling process despite the higher cost of construction and licensing. The choice of this technology has paid off and has resulted in reduced emissions of urea dust.


In 2007, The International Dilmun Award was launched. This environmental award is sponsored by GPIC as part of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) awards programme. The name ‘Dilmum’ was given to reflect the history of Bahrain and in recognition of GPIC’s commitment and contribution to safety, health and the environment

In 2008, GPIC became one of the first Petrochemical companies in the Middle East to embark on the 450 tonnes/day Carbon Dioxide Recovery (CDR) Project. The project was initiated to cut down Green House gas emissions and improve the overall efficiency of resources by having additional production of Methanol and Urea at its complex. 

GPIC Environmental Projects:


1. Charity Garden:




GPIC launched its environmental programme in March 1992 with a Charity Garden. Built on an area of 1,500 m2, this garden yielded more than 14 tonnes of vegetables and fruits that were donated to charities and families in need. Recently, Fruit trees and date palms have also been added to enhance the output of the Charity Garden.


2. Fish Farm:




With the aim of demonstrating environmental accountability, setting a good example to other industries and replenishing dwindling fish reserves in regional waters, the company embarked on constructing a fish farm close to the sea water outlet in November 1996. Different kinds of tropical fish to found in Bahrain’s waters, like Black Sea Bream (Shim), Mullet (Meid) and Rabbit fish (Saffee) are being reared and bred in the fish farm so that their growth can take place in a congenial atmosphere. Later these fish are released into the sea. GPIC management also ensures that some of the fish harvested go to charity.


3. Bird Sanctuary:




The evident improvement in the environment around GPIC has encouraged GPIC’s management to further enhance its special focus on the surroundings and especially Bahrain’s bird life. The bird sanctuary was commissioned on 9th September 2001 where a small nesting area and fresh pond have been created for the birds to enjoy a natural habitant with a view to maintaining striving to improve the environment around the GPIC complex.


4. Herbal and Medicinal Plants Garden:




To demonstrate the eco friendliness of its operations, GPIC has implemented a number of projects inside and outside its complex, the latest of which is the Herbal and Medical Plants Garden inaugurated on 9th May 2005 under the patronage of His Highness Shaikh Abdullah bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Governor of the Southern Governorate and Chairman of the Public Commission for the Protection of Marine Resources, Environment and Wildlife. Covering an area of 1200m2, this innovative project was launched with the prime objective of preserving indigenous herbs and plants that were once used by inhabitants to treat various illnesses. The garden currently encompasses 20 types of herbs and shrubs. This garden has also become a very useful platform for researchers, school students and dignitaries from which to benefit. These efforts have contributed greatly to GPIC winning several accolades including the GCC Environmental Award for the Best Establishment Adhering to Environmental Legislations.  

5. H.H Shaikha Sabika bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa Aromatic Plants Garden:

In March 2009 Her Highness Shaikha Sabika bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa wife of His Majesty the King opened the Aromatic Plants Garden at the GPIC Complex bearing her name. This is a unique garden mainly designed to feature all the perfumed aromatic plants and herbs in the Kingdom. 

GPIC contribution to the National Economy


From the onset of production in 1985, GPIC has increased its profitability year after year and paid generous dividends to the shareholders. Furthermore, out of the 473 employees, more than 81% are Bahraini nationals who contribute directly to the national economy. Local contractors and suppliers are also given priority to supply and carry out services, thus further invigorating the local economy. Moreover, GPIC also donates more than One million US Dollars annually to scientific research institutions, charities, cultural and sport activities. To complement all the above, GPIC also shares its experience with other organizations and institutions to modernize education, training, safety and environmental systems at the national level, enhancing further its support to the economy. The company is also well represented in the national teams, committees reviewing and developing safety, training, education and environmental legislation in the country.


Towards the Future


GPIC looks towards the future with confidence and fervor. The management strongly believes that their approach of a safe, reliable and profitable industry while at the same time taking responsible care of the environment at all times, is a practical and successful model that will ensure a healthy future for generations to come. GPIC has proven beyond doubt that a petrochemical industry can successfully co-exist with high profile environmental care. New developments and changes will come to the complex in the future but the company shall keep following the proven path of sustainable development to ensure maximum benefit for the Kingdom of Bahrain, the people and the environment.