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KUWAIT CITY, Oct 31: The Board of Directors of Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) has promoted a number of oil sector officials to fill up several vacant leadership posts such as deputies of CEOs and delegated members in KPC and its subsidiaries, reports Al-Rai daily.
The decision, which will be adopted by the boards of directors of the concerned companies, includes the promotion of Wells View Group Director Nayef Al-Anzi as Deputy CEO of Kuwait Oil Company (KOC), Director of Comprehensive Planning Department Khalid Al-Khayat as Deputy CEO for Planning and Financial Affairs at Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC), Financial Systems and Monitoring Director in KNPC Abdullah Al-Shammari as Deputy CEO for Financial and Administrative Affairs in Kuwait Gulf Oil Company (KGOC), Director of Planning and Marketing Sheikh Khalid Al-Sabah as Deputy Managing Director for Global Marketing in KPC, and Expertise Center for Human Resources Director in KPC Ibtihaj Al-Fowzan as Deputy Managing Director for Administrative Affairs also in KPC.
Meanwhile, Minister of Health Dr Jamal Al-Harbi has appointed three assistant administrative attachés in health offices abroad, reports Al-Shahid daily. Al-Harbi issued several decisions including the appointment of Nayef Al-Khurainij as assistant administrative attaché in London Health Office, Badr Mulaihan in Jordan Health Office and Faraj Al-Saaeidi in Washington Health Office; as well as the transfer of Salem Al-Rashoud from Stores Department Director to the Office of the Assistant Undersecretary for Financial Affairs.
The Ministry of Public Works has submitted the estimated budgets for various projects in fiscal 2018/2019 to its finance counterpart, reports Al-Anba daily quoting Undersecretary Eng Awatif Al-Ghunaim. Al-Ghunaim disclosed the budget for construction projects in the Engineering Sector reached KD 403,307,214; while the budget for projects in the Health Engineering Sector and Department of Health Engineering Utilities reached KD 175,406,260; and the budget for Maintenance Engineering Sector and Health Engineering Utilities Department projects reached KD 90,482,924.