SEC Head Resigns, Replacement To Come From Aramco
Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) announced on 19 August that its board has approved the resignation of President and CEO Ali bin Salah al-Barrak “upon his own request.” Mr Barrak, who was appointed chief executive of the state utility in October 2006, will step down from his post officially on 1 January 2014. SEC has already lined up his successor – Ziad bin Muhammad al-Shiha, currently...
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