End users in the industrial sector include major firms Saudi Aramco, Adnoc, Bapco, Kuwait Petroleum Company, Sabic ventures and Sceco, the Saudi Consolidated Electric Company.
What does SCECO stand for?
SCECO stands for Saudi Consolidated Electric Company
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 2 other meanings of SCECO in our Acronym Attic
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- Société Canadienne d'Education Comparée et Internationale (French: Comparative and International Education Society of Canada)
- Streatham Common Environmental Co-Operative (UK)
- Standing Conference of Eastern, Central and Southern African Library and Information Associations
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- School Codes for the Exchange of Data (various schools)
- Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development (Hong Kong)
- Security Constrained Economic Dispatch (power generation)
- Semi-Concurrent Error Detection
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- Sony Computer Entertainment Deutschland (Frankfurt, Germany)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Previous roles included President and CEO of ACE Group in Middle East, and President and CEO of Saudi Consolidated Electric Company.
The Saudi Consolidated Electric Company for the Western Region (EWR) is to raise a syndicated loan for more than $1 bn in 1999 to fund construction of a 1,750 MW power plant at Shuaiba, in the west of the kingdom, and EWR's repayment of loans worth about SR1 bn ($267m) owed to local banks.
Each block will produce 300 MW of power for the Saudi Consolidated Electric Company Central Region grid.