Alwan says he is open to discussing the workers complaints, but he also claims Yemen Company for Land Services' employees receive adequate salaries.
What does YECO stand for?
YECO stands for Yemen Company (publicly traded)
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On Tuesday, the supreme national anti-corruption commission (SNACC) in Yemen approved to stop all procedures to set up the Yemeni power generation company including the negotiations with the Yemen Company For Industrial Investment LTD and its partners.
two companies to work on sector projects Mubadala Oil & Gas and Yemen Company for Investment in Oil and Minerals Sign Memorandum of Understanding Dubai Mubadala Oil and Gas, and Yemen Company for Investments in Oil and Minerals (YICOM) yesterday said that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on cooperation in the exploration and production sector of the oil and gas industry in Yemen.
15 -- Mubadala Development Company, a state-owned Abu Dhabi investment firm, has signed an oil and gas exploration co-operation agreement with the Yemen Company for Investments in Oil and Minerals (YICOM).
Originally a border zone shared equally by the northern and southern republics of Yemen, exploitation of Jannah had been the responsibility of their Yemen Company for Investment in Oil and Mineral Resources (YCIOMR).
The working interests as a group are subject to a five (5%) percent-carried interest held by YEMEN Company for Investments in Oil and Minerals (YICOM) in the concession area.
Eighty-five percent of the company is owned by the Yemen Company for Mobile Telephony, 5 percent by the Hayel Saeed Group, 5 percent by Consolidated Contractors Company and 5 percent by the Islamic Bank.
The working interests as a group are subject to a 5% carried interest held by the YEMEN COMPANY FOR INVESTMENTS IN OIL AND MINERALS (YICOM) in the concession area.