Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) announced Wednesday that it has successfully entered the Guinness World Record by making the largest K-shaped human gathering with the participation of 910 citizens and residents, and in cooperation with the Standing Committee of National Celebrations.
The event is part of the company's celebrations of Kuwait's national festivals, Mohammad Al-Basri, head of KOC's media team, said in a press statement, adding that the company's entry in Guinness World Record is an addition to Kuwait's international achievements.
This large gathering of people is a simple expression of love to Kuwait, Al-Basri said, expressing his gratitude to everyone who participated in and contributed to achieving this record.
Established in February 1934, the KOC is the oldest and largest oil company in Kuwait. Its activities include exploration operations, on-shore and off-shore surveys, drilling of test wells, and developing of producing fields, in addition to crude and natural gas exploration, producing around three million barrels of oil per day.