Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) is the largest country in Arabian Peninsula and has a strong oil based economy. KSA is said to contain more than twenty percent of the world proven crude oil reserve making it one of the most important countries in the world in terms of supply of energy to the rest of the world. KSA is also ranked as the largest exporter of petroleum and plays and important role in OPEC. With the petroleum sector accounting for more than eighty percent of the country revenues, it can be said that the country is dependant on oil but it has been able to diversify its revenue base. It is also important to note that there are more than 6.4 million foreign workers currently working in KSA and this high number of expatriate has helped the country to diversify their revenue base. KSA has also provided cordial environment for growth of the private sector which contribute more than forty percent of the country GDP (FedEX, 2008). The country is no t only important to the world for supply of energy but it is also important to other Muslims nations as it is home to Tow Holy Mosques including Medina and Mecca. It is an energy superpower alongside Russia owing to her contribution to world energy supply.