Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu was established by King
Khaled bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud through Royal Decree M/75, dated
September 21, 1975 (16 Ramadan 1395 A.H.).
The Royal Commission was granted full responsibility
for developing the two new cities and specifically providing
the necessary community and industrial infrastructure.
January 1991, the Council of Ministers underscored the
continued importance of the Royal Commission by charging it
with clear responsibility for the operation and maintenance of
existing and future infrastructure at Jubail and Yanbu.
is located on a particularly beautiful stretch of the Red Sea
coast, bracketed between its renowned coral reefs and the
rugged Hejaz Mountains. This city is the western terminus of
the East-West Pipelines and, not surprisingly, the largest
oil-shipping terminal on the Red Sea. Yanbu is also a
prominent refining center and home to two world-class
water and power complex at Yanbu is responsible to serve nine
Heavy Manufacturing Industries, twelve Secondary Industries,
and many Light
Manufacturing and Support Industries
as industrial chemicals, paints, fiberglass light-poles, steel
food products, plastic items, and other merchandise for
domestic and regional markets.
It also serves approximately 125,000 residence of the city.
further details please visit the web site of Royal Commission
Yanbu at http://www.royalcommission.com
or click on the logo on the previous page.