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Local organisations

Royal commission of Jubail and Yanbu - KSA

The Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu (RCJY) was established on 21 September 1975, as an autonomous organization of the Saudi Arabian Government. The Commission is governed by a Board of Directors and its Chairman reports to the Council of Ministers. The Chairman’s office in Riyadh formulates policies and oversees implementation through two Directorates General, one in Jubail and the other in Yanbu.

The mission of the RCJY is to: Plan, promote, develop and manage Petrochemicals and Energy intensive industrial cities through successful customer focus and partnerships with investors, employees, communities and other stakeholders.


International organisations

Nace / AMPP - USA

NACE International, founded as the National Association of Corrosion Engineers, is a nonprofit organization that develops and publishes standards focusing on the prevention of corrosion, a major issue concerning many far-flung industries. Headquartered in Houston, United States, NACE standards are used by over 22,000 members in over 100 countries.

15835 Park Ten Place Houston, Texas 77084


NIC Cambridge - United Kingdom

The Non-Metallic Innovation Centre (NIC) opened in September 2019, based at TWI’s headquarters near Cambridge. The NIC was formed as a partnership between TWI, AramcoTech and ADNOC with the aim of advancing the use of non-metallic materials for industrial applications.

The NIC initiates research programmes with partners from academic institutions, research centres, composites materials manufacturers and oil and gas companies. These research programmes will span Technology Readiness Levels (TRL) 1-6 to enable the wider deployment of non-metallic materials in the oil and gas industry. Research sponsors will also be provided with technical support to commercialise these product solutions up to TRL 9.

Granta Park, Great Abington, Cambridge, CB21 6AL


Nexcel / China Building Materials Academy - CHINA

A joint venture between Aramco and the China Academy of Building Materials, the Non-Metallic Innovation and Excellence Center, located in Beijing, is advancing the use of non-metallic materials in the building and construction sector. Its mission is to promote the development and application of non-metallic technologies that offer superior life-cycle cost, efficiency and environmental advantages over metallic solutions.

GuanZhuang Dongli1#,Chaoyang District,Beijing


Fraunhofer - Germany

The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft based in Germany is the world’s leading applied research organization. Prioritizing key future-relevant technologies and commercializing its findings in business and industry, it plays a major role in the innovation process. It is a trailblazer and trendsetter in innovative developments and research excellence.

The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft supports research and industry with inspiring ideas and sustainable scientific and technological solutions and is helping shape our society and our future.

Hansastraße 27c 80686 München


polymeris - France

Polymeris draws on 15 years of expertise and experience in supporting companies, with in-depth knowledge of the techniques and markets of tomorrow.
As a long-standing partner in the NMMA, and a reference in innovation for the plastics, rubber and composites sectors, Polymeris works in France and internationally in favor of a dynamic and innovative industry by relying on a network of public and private players at regional, national and European levels. Polymeris offers services to all manufacturers to help them develop new R&D projects, stimulate and promote innovation and expand internationally.

180 rue Pierre et Marie Curie, Bellignat 01117 OYONNAX Cedex


itene - spain

The ITENE Technology Center provides companies with cutting-edge knowledge and technologies to build a safer and more sustainable future.
The objective is to generate scientific and technological knowledge that we transfer to companies through R+D+i projects, consulting services, testing and training.
The proposed solutions fall under four main areas: sustainable materials and technologies for the circular economy; design, safety and functionality of containers and packaging; chemical exposure and air quality monitoring, logistics and smart mobility.

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