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Case Title:

Saudi Aramco: Blazing a New Trail in Women Empowerment in Saudi Arabia?

Publication Month and Year : 2010

Authors: D Ankita,J Thadamalla and S Gollapalli

Industry: Oil and Natural gas

Region:Global

Case Code: CSR0072IRC

Teaching Note: Not Available

Structured Assignment: Not Available


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Abstract:
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the world's largest oil and natural gas producer, enjoyed a dominant position among the members of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries. Aramco, the Saudi Arabian state-owned company emerged, over a period of time, as a 'fully integrated petroleum company' with operations extending to exploration, production, refining, marketing, and petrochemical manufacturing. Aramco already had a 550,000 barrel-per-day refinery. Under a joint venture with Dow Chemicals of US, Aramco was set to double its refining capacity: 4.5 million tons a year of basic chemicals and 7 million tons of plastics were estimated to be produced. The company appointed a woman executive, Nabilah Al-Tunisi, to head the project. In Saudi Arabia, women can't vote, drive or appear in public with their heads uncovered. However, several initiatives have been taken to reform society and to give educational and employment opportunities to women, which yielded good results, and these efforts needed to be sustained and stepped up. The case deals with issues that occur when a woman is put in charge of a giant expansion project of a leading Saudi Arabian company, Saudi Aramco, and highlights how women in Saudi proved themselves as competent in the male dominated corporate world.

Pedagogical Objectives:

  • To women empowerment.
  • To initiatives in Saudi Arabia.
  • To issues involving gender bias when a woman is put in charge of a mega project.

Keywords :  Saudi Arabia, Women, Kingdom, Social, Economic, Political, Leadership, Gender, Education, Saudi Aramco, Culture, Al-Tunisi, Empowerment, Reforms, Opportunities

 

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