Value Added Tax

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As of January 1, 2018, Value Added Tax (VAT) was implemented in Saudi Arabia, in accordance with the Framework Agreement between the Gulf Cooperation Council for the Arab States (GCC).

All suppliers are required to be registered in the VAT System of the General Authority of Zakat & Tax, and must report their VAT registration number and supply a copy of their VAT certificate to Saudi Aramco, in keeping with VAT Law and Implementing Regulations.

All goods and services, invoices and credit notes issued to Saudi Aramco by registered suppliers must include such supplier’s VAT registration number, separately identify VAT amounts due, and comply with any other requirements as described in the VAT Law and Implementing Regulations.

For suppliers registered for self-billing with Saudi Aramco, we will include the relevant VAT amounts and VAT registration number in the invoices generated under Saudi Aramco’s self-billing system. 

Saudi Aramco Group VAT certificate 

General Authority of Zakat & Tax