“Window to the Past” is the new mini exhibit at the Saudi Aramco Community Heritage Gallery. The display highlights historic photographs of familiar facilities in Dhahran that we see every day, and that are served by the Community Services Department.
Although the building that held Cairo’s Dar al-’Ilm, or House of Knowledge, disappeared long ago, it stood not far from the Mosque of al-Aqmar, right, along Muizz Street, a thoroughfare that dates back to the founding of Cairo in the 10th century.
It’s festive, romantic, dazzling, and appealing! The Central Community Services Department (CCSD) invites company employees and their families to enjoy an evening spectacle of energetic vibe created by the newly installed lights outside the Dhahran Dining Hall and along King’s Road.
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.
Saudi Aramco and National Oilwell Varco Incorporated (NOV) recently held the first Arabian Rig Manufacturing (ARM) Board of Managers meeting. ARM is a newly formed company, a joint venture (JV) between NOV (owning 70% of the JV’s shares) and Saudi Aramco. Highlights of the meeting included the appointment of senior officials and the approval of the company’s branding strategy.
Saudi Aramco and Total today signed an agreement to develop a network of retail fuel service stations in Saudi Arabia. The 50:50 joint venture (JV) plans to invest around $1 billion over the next 6 years in the Saudi retail fuel market to provide motorists with premium fuels and retail services in Saudi Arabia.
Anyone using a computer to read this story owes a debt of gratitude to the month of September in the year 1958. For it was in that month and year, in the Central Research Labs of Texas Instruments in Dallas, Texas...
Al and Pat Denyer announce the marriage of their grandson Lawry Alfred Denyer to Danielle Vieyra on December 21, 2018. The ceremony took place in the San Diego Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
You never know when an adventure can start. Some time ago, my husband and I were invited to a friend’s home, and as we had no time to research our day trip destination, we were surprised by the people, the city, and its fascinating past. Welcome to unexpected Qatif.
SAEEA visited SAEEA Finance Secretary, Muhammad Salim Hamid’s house as his mother passed away on February 02, 2019. A large number of relatives and family friends attended the funeral. In addition, several ex-Aramcons also attended.
Saudi Aramco fellow Ali Dogru has been recognized by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Earth Resources Laboratory (ERL) and the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS) with a new Fellowship honoring leading researchers in geophysics, and related areas.
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.
In this issue, learn more about how to beat the heat to stay healthy, the benefits of good posture, and how to hike with confidence.
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).