In April 1979, in pursuit of spring break thrills, a largely untested band of young American ExPats living in Saudi Arabia and working for Aramco launched an unlikely assault on the treacherous upper reaches of the Euphrates River in eastern Turkey.
Sometime in the spring of 1853, an American traveler named David Dorr rode a camel out of the deserts of southern Palestine.
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Life moves on, but so too does remorse. Contemplating our crime I began to think that Milt and I had done a great service to Aramco. Now all the radios would be more secure, or at least the windows rolled up and the truck doors locked.
Mohammed Ifteqaruddin (Badge #140948), a retired employee from the Ras Tanura Refinery Maintenance Department, visited the Hyderabad Literary Festival from January 25-27, 2019.
It's a boy! Proud parents David Mansfield Beveridge and Erin Elizabeth Gravette are happy to announce the birth of their son Sebastian Vaughn Beveridge. Born at Memorial Herman Children's Hospital in Houston, Texas on December 18, 2018 at 8:30 am, weighing 8 lbs. 9 oz. and measuring 21" long.
Saudi Aramco with its partner Total today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Daelim, a South Korean petrochemical company. Under the MoU, Daelim is planning to build a new 80,000 tons state-of-the-art Polyisobutylene (PIB) plant, which is expected to come on-stream in 2024.
Like the hyper-kinetic Energizer Bunny in those omnipresent battery commercials, some people just keep going and going and going. Take the family of John “David” LaRue. David, Badge Number 196810, will need to keep himself...
When Saudi Aramco says we will make a positive impact on the communities where we operate, the company puts these commitments into action. For evidence of this commitment, take a look at some of the projects completed or in progress, carried out by the Community and Public Projects Department (C&PPD).
First entity in Saudi Aramco to be certified for its environmental protection system internationally. After achieving ISO 50001, the international certification in Energy Management, Aramco's Safaniyah Onshore Producing Department (SONPD) embarked on an ambitious plan to certify the biggest gas-oil separation plant (GOSP) in the world and its associated facilities with the International Standard ISO 14001:2015 — the Environmental Management System (EMS).
Saudi Aramco, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Saudi Aramco Technologies, today signed a Joint Development and Collaboration Agreement (JDCA) with Axens and TechnipFMC to accelerate the development and commercialization of the company’s Catalytic Crude to Chemicals (CC2C™) technology.
As far back as I can remember the fundamental rule of life was to never walk along a street when an alley was available. The alleys of Dhahran offered so many advantages that Milt and I could never figure why the adults didn’t use them too.
Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association (SAEEA) celebrated its 20th Reunion on January 05, 2019 at Arena Club, Karachi.
Saudi Aramco and Air Products to Build Saudi Arabia's First Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle Fueling Station
Saudi Aramco and Air Products (NYSE:APD) today announced the signing of an agreement to jointly-build the first hydrogen fuel cell vehicle fueling station in Saudi Arabia.
In a conversation the other day with a retired high school librarian, I happened to mention Aramco. Much to my surprise, without any prompting from me, she launched into a long paean in praise of the company’s signature publication, AramcoWorld...
Knowing how to navigate through the different stages of life can help set you and your family up for success for generations to come. Join Reilly Financial Advisors for a seminar that provides the information needed to prepare for many of life’s hurdles.
Geology graduate students and faculty from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) and Stanford University, as well as geologists from Saudi Aramco and Aramco Services Company (ASC) recently conducted a joint field seminar in Oman.
This ivory head from Nimrud, standing 8.7 centimeters tall and originally overlaid with gold foil, could tell tales of Assyrian conquest and, finally, defeat. Discovered by a team led by British archeologist Max Mallowan in 1962 in the ruins of a room likely used to store campaign loot or tribute, it dates from the eighth or ninth century BCE. It is now on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Saudi Aramco operates in some of the world’s most remote areas, and the Aviation Department supports and enables the company to reach its strategic goals by operating in these remote areas. To meet the increasing complexity and sophistication of our operations, Aviation has initiated a fleet replacement strategy that oversees the replacement of its helicopters and airbuses with new generation models.
The SAEEA Team visited late Saqib Masood Ansari (badge#73801) on January 19, 2019 for condolence. Saqib passed away on January 12, 2019 after a sudden heart failure.