July 26 (Bloomberg) -- Kuwait Petroleum Corp., the state-owned oil company, completed the appointment of deputy chairmen in its subsidiary companies, Al-Rai reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
The corporation’s board approved in a meeting yesterday the appointment of Mohammed Hussein as deputy chairman of Kuwait National Petroleum Company, and Mazen al-Serdi as Kuwait Oil Company’s deputy chairman, according to Al-Rai.
Mohamed Ramadan was named deputy chairman of Kuwait Gulf Oil Co., Ali al-Shimmari as deputy chairman of Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Company, and Sheikh Ali al-Sabah for the same post in Kuwait Oil Tankers Co., the newspaper said.
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