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.
Saudi Arabian Oil Company Announces Establishment of a Global Medium Term Note Program and Potential Notes Issuance
Saudi Arabian Oil Company (“Saudi Aramco”) today announced that it has established a Global Medium Term Note Program (the “Program”) and will conduct a series of fixed income investor meetings commencing on April 1, 2019. An offering of U.S. dollar-denominated senior unsecured notes (the “Notes”) under the Program may follow, subject to market conditions.
Responsibility for the Great Aramcon Assault on the Euphrates River of 1979 rests squarely on the shoulders of Charlie Franck, American ExPat teacher working in Abqaiq at the time for Saudi Aramco, and Richard Bangs...
No professional Investment Adviser would invest his or her personal money in a target date fund, so why should you? Target date funds are an option to start investing but are too objective in a subjective world. What they do offer is simplicity and instant diversification, something investors just starting to save need access to.
“A priceless gift to us and we cannot say enough great things about this trip!” Karen Gadai Johnson wrote at the conclusion of the 2019 KSA Expat Reunion. She brought her children with her from the U.S. to share with them where their grandparents had worked and where she was raised — the first time she had returned to Kingdom in more than 30 years.
“Welcome back to your desert home” was the warm greeting from Saudi Aramco president and CEO Amin Nasser to the approximately 500 Aramcons who traveled from all corners of the globe for last week’s formal dinner held in conjunction with the fourth reunion of retired employees and their dependents.
Saudi Aramco CEO Addresses International Petroleum Technology Conference in Beijing, says Technology and Partnerships are Critical for an Efficient Energy Transition
Addressing the International Petroleum Technology Conference (IPTC) in Beijing on March 26-28, Saudi Aramco President and CEO Amin H. Nasser said that despite the energy industry facing a “crisis of perception”, it is undergoing major transformation thanks to technological breakthroughs which help energy companies meet growing energy demand more efficiently.
Saudi Aramco and McDermott Sign Lease Agreement to Establish Engineering, Procurement, Construction, and Installation Facility in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Aramco today signed a land lease agreement with McDermott Arabia Company, Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of McDermott International, Inc. (NYSE: MDR), to grant McDermott a lease to establish a fabrication facility located within the King Salman International Complex for Maritime Industries in Ras Al-Khair, Saudi Arabia. This is pursuant to a Memorandum of Understanding signed between Saudi Aramco and McDermott.
A powerful combination of youth and experience were in evidence at the Saudi Aramco sponsored Research and Innovation summit held by the Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association (GPCA) last week.
Saudi Aramco is proud to be a strategic partner of the ‘Roads of Arabia’, an exhibition covering the historical and cultural development of the Arabian Peninsula – opened in Athens, Greece. ‘Roads of Arabia: Archeological Treasures of Saudi Arabia’, is a joint initiative of Saudi Aramco’s King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (iThra) and the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH).
At Aramco’s premises in Dhahran, a remodeled and vastly expanded office wing has been converted into a 4IR Center, where technological and digital innovation is, in turn, transforming the way in which the company runs its operations.
With so many things to do at the just-completed reunion in Dhahran, it would have helped if I had been able to clone myself in order to take everything in. Trying to decide which options to choose was perhaps the most difficult task...
Dhahran Hills School launched its first International Day fair to celebrate the diversity of the student body, drawing more than 3,000 visitors. Each of “51 nations” that participated in the fair showcased its characteristic, uniqueness, and culture through food, costumes, posters, artifacts, languages, games, dance, art, and decorations on Feb. 27.