Since late last year, Aramco ExPats has been publishing installments in a series we call the “Seven Wonders of Arabia.” Five destinations— Madâin Sâlih, the Turaif District in ad-Dir’iyah, historic Jeddah, the Rock Art...
Launched in 1970 and observed in more than 193 countries, Earth Day (April 22) hosts events that promote a collective responsibility to promote harmony with nature and the Earth and achieve balance among the economic, social, and environmental needs of present and future generations of humanity.
Richard Opdyke, former pilot for the Saudi Aramco Aviation Department, is pleased to announce this year's scholarship offering through the Laurene Ann Opdyke Nursing Scholarship. If you know of anyone who would qualify for this scholarship, please forward them a link to this article.
Desiree Adams announces the birth of her second granddaughter, Brynlee Jade Manasco. Desiree reports, "She came into this world on March 14, 2019, weighing in at 8 lbs. 14 oz. Her big sister, Jordyn Blaire Manasco, who will be 4 years old on November 20th, couldn’t wait to meet and hold her."
In line with Saudi Aramco’s efforts to enhance the safety and protection of the environment of the Red Sea, and to ensure that preparedness to respond to incidents is vigorously maintained, the company recently carried out a major oil spill drill along oil tanker shipping routes in the southern part of the Red Sea.
In the Red Sea near Marsa Alam, in southeast Egypt, this dugong—named Dennis by local divers—featured in a documentary about the pressures dugongs face from growth in tourism.
The Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco) and Hyundai Heavy Industries Holdings today announced that they have reached an agreement for Saudi Aramco’s subsidiary, Aramco Overseas Company B.V (AOC), to purchase a 17% stake in South Korea's Hyundai Oilbank, a subsidiary of Hyundai Heavy Industries Holdings.
Aramco Trading Expands Collaborations in Key European Markets by Signing Supply Agreement with “PKN Orlen”, Poland’s Leading Oil Refiner
Aramco Trading expands collaborations in key European markets by signing Supply Agreement with “PKN Orlen”, Poland’s leading oil refiner.
Every Thursday morning I would be on the Aramco bus to Khobar like clockwork. Even the bus was an adventure because you would meet people from all over the world -- Azerbaijan, Lebanon, Malaysia-- and could strike up an immediate and fascinating conversation.
”An amazing, amazing, amazing show, literally amazing,” said Rayan AlDawas, one of the visitors at the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (Ithra), describing the Spheres Performance at the Lush Garden. “This is al-Khobar. There have been a lot of changes; there are beautiful things happening. Honestly, it is honorable.”
Hooriya Naushad Shah, daughter of Engr. Syed Naushad Shah, celebrated her 7th birthday on April 5th, 2019. Celebrations were held in Lahore, Pakistan.
Saudi Arabian Oil Company (“Saudi Aramco”) today announced that it has priced an offering of $12 billion in its inaugural international bond issuance. The issuance is comprised of five tranches of senior unsecured notes under Saudi Aramco’s Global Medium Term Note Program.
Saudi Aramco has deployed for the first time an important technology at airports where there isn’t a sufficient length of runway, due to obstacles, such as insufficient land availability, bodies of water, and other impediments as detailed in the Federal Aviation Administration Technical Standards.
Saudi Aramco has signed an agreement with the Arizona Centers for Comprehensive Education and Life Skills (ACCEL) of Phoenix to solidify and strengthen the provision of exemplary support services for children with developmental disabilities.
Here’s a bit of good news for young girls the world over who collect unicorn dolls and whose favorite T-shirts and sweatshirts and pajamas all feature colorful images of the mythical creature: Unicorns have reportedly been spotted in the deserts of Saudi Arabia. Really, but not really. Almost, though.
Robert “Bob” Lumpa, assistant to Saudi Aramco executive director of Chemicals Olivier G. Thorel, is set to leave the company after 38 years of service. The Iowa native started his Saudi Aramco career in ‘Udhailiyah in 1980 as a plant engineer at gas-oil separation plants (GOSPs), seawater injection plants, and nonassociated Khuff gas well facilities.
Saudi Aramco Expatriate Schools (SAES) kicked off its 75th anniversary celebration at a ceremony to express appreciation to educators, cementing its core values of excellence, diversity, community, and service.
In an orange house along one of the sloped lanes of Bo-Kaap, Cape Town’s Muslim neighborhood, 92-year-old Abdiyah Da Costa deftly climbs the stairs to the second floor to what essentially has become a personal museum.
Members of Saudi Aramco's Young Leaders Advisory Board (YLAB) took part in a stimulating professional development program at the CERAWeek global energy summit — meeting with executives, researchers, and traders at Aramco affiliates while also engaging in a workshop with young professionals from Halliburton to identify potential solutions to the perception challenge facing the industry.
Saudi Aramco’s senior vice president of Upstream told attendees of the 21st Middle East Oil & Gas Show and Conference (MEOS 2019) that taking into account “the evolving nature of what resilience means to our industry” is important to redefining the future.