Coronavirus crisis: Aramco assures business continuity

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 Amid coronavirus crisis, Saudi Arabian Oil Company on Saturday assured that the company’s prevention and contingency plans are designed to ensure business continuity to supply the world with the energy they need.

“The reliable production and supply of energy is the cornerstone of our company, and our promise to our customers – especially at challenging times like these,” the company said in a statement.

Saudi Aramco reiterated that the health and safety of the company’s people, communities, operations has always been at the heart of everything at Aramco. “As we now confront the global spread of COVID-19, this is what drives our response.”

“We monitor the situation closely every day – site-by-site, country-by-country. We are regularly in touch with our people, with advice and guidance from the authorities in each of the jurisdictions in which we operate,” the company added.

Saudi Aramco also emphasized that “at all the company sites, we have in place on-going, active prevention programs as well as detailed contingency plans and leading medical support services to minimize risk and ensure providing the best possible care and limit contagion.”

“We are proud of our people who deliver on our promise to supply the world with the energy it needs,” the company said.