The highest number of vacancies in employment sector is related to Oil and gas industry. Examples of posts are Rotating Equipment Engineer, Terminal Supervisor, and Mobile Concrete Pump Operator and many others. Least job opportunities are available in retailing services and IT related jobs (Chaddock, 2008). Estimated percentage of literacy in 1985 was 74%. The percentage increased to 81% in 2000. Centre for eliminate literacy rate was formed in 1954 in Qatar. There were seven schools in 1956, which could cater to the requirement of 614 students. By paying utmost attention to this sector, literacy has increased dramatically. Elementary schooling is of four year period in Qatar. Illiterate students were educated under this program and were granted certificates. Incentive allowance is given to such students, which was QR150 per month (Guides, 2010). The estimated population in 1998 was 579,000. 20% among this population was Qatari. The remaining population is of foreign workers. The population living in urban areas is 91.4 % and the remaining 9.6% lives in rural areas. The total population is an imbalance. The number of males is greater than females. Basic reason is that the foreign workers are not living with their families, as they come alone. The type of visa allotted to foreign workers is work visa, which are temporary visas. Most of the foreign workers come from Pakistan and India (Chaddock, 2008). Production The production of electricity in 2008 was approximately 4263 Megawatts (MW). It is assumed that in 2011 it will double and increase up to 8707 MW. These values prove the development of electricity sector in Qatar. The number of substations of high voltage has increased to 139 in 2008. By the turn of century there were 87 substations in...
This paper approves that the expansion of power stations is done by placing complex power equipment in different substations. This activity is performed by the employees of KAHRAMAA. They are making the electric power system highly developed and dependable as well.
Many international companies are interested in the project launch of Qatar Electricity Transmission Networks. There basic goal is to expand their transmitted network. The projects of KAHRAMAA are considered as the largest projects in the world. Phase VIII was the largest project of network expansion. The contracts of this project are worth US$ 3.5 billion. Phase IX is the next upcoming network project. KAHRAMAA has also decided to expand the network of Phase VIII. Their technical department is responsible for tracking deadlines. Basic target of the researcher is to research and find the best suitable structure for electricity production and management in Qatar. It will not be easy to regulate electricity sector in Qatar.
This report makes a conclusion that while collecting the data, it will be ensured that no confidential/classified information offered by the companies is misused. Official permission from electricity authorities will be taken in writing to use their data. The data will be protected. Names of the participants in my primary data collection interviews/survey will not be displaced in any situation. The company data and any personal information collected during this research will be safe guarded carefully to ensure no information theft or misuse of information.