Saudi Aramco Jubail Refinery Company (SASREF) is a Saudi company wholly-owned by Saudi Aramco. The refinery is located in Jubail Industrial city. The refinery processes crude oil into petroleum products for both local and international markets. The production capacity of the refinery is 305,000 barrels per day. The main products are liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), naphtha, kerosene, diesel, fuel oil and sulfur. The refinery employs more than 700 employees, and we are proud that the majority of them are Saudis. We are contributing effectively to be socially and economically responsible.

  • Vission

    To be a Best-in-Class Integrated Refining and Petrochemical Company.

  • Mission

    To continue being a reliable customer for Saudi Aramco crude oil while maximizing its value and pursuing operational excellence, people development, and having a positive impact on our environment and society.

Our Values


We are committed to efficient refinery operations keeping Safety at the forefront.


We value our people,community and environment which is reflected in the way we conduct our business


We empower our people to be responsible and accountable in delivering results to the highest standards


We take Ownership to continuously improve our Refinery operations to be the best in class performer

Business Strategic Objectives

Meet our Board Members

Yasser Mufti

Chairman of the Board

Musaad A. Al-Sayouhi

Board Member

Abdullah Al-Mansour

Board Member

Khalid Al-Ghamdi

Board Member

Fahad Al-Sahli

Board Member

President & CEO

Khalid Al-Harthi

Khalid Al-Harthi

President & CEO

History Of SASREF

Let Us Tell You Our Story


Foundation of Our Company

Pertomin and Shell signed a joint agreement to establish a refinery complex.



Construction of the refinery started


first unit

completion of the refinery and start-up of the first unit.



Inaugurated on the 23rd of December 1986 by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Fahad Bin Abdulaziz. SASREF was envisioned as one of the most modern refineries in the world.


Over 305,000 barrels

Debottlenecking from 250,000 to 305,000 barrels per day.



In February 1989, Saudi Arabian Marketing and Refining Company (SAMAREC) took over Petromin's share.


Saudi Aramco

In July 1993, Saudi Aramco took over SAMAREC's share.


100% owned by Saudi Aramco

On 18th of September, Saudi Aramco completed the aquisition of Shell's 50% interest of SASREF. SASREF is now 100% owned by Saudi Aramco