This year, Aramco is launching a campaign, seeking donations of company related assets from current and former employees. These donations could include old photographs, medals, documents, or equipment, and will form part of the collections maintained by the company’s central corporate archive, the Aramco Archive & Records Center.
Aramco is establishing a central corporate archive, the Aramco Archive & Records Center. We want retired and current employees to help us build its foundation collection. This is a wonderful opportunity for all Aramco staff, past and present, to contribute to the important legacy of our company. We urge you to get involved.
Just as the company’s history continues to grow and change over the coming years, the Aramco Archive & Records Center will grow and change with it. In that sense, the current Memorabilia Campaign is just the beginning of a process of creating and capturing the living memory of what is certainly one of the most important companies of our times.
In Dhahran, the cutting-edge Procurement and Supply Chain Control Tower shows how far Aramco’s Procurement and Supply Chain Management (P&SCM) has come along its Digital Transformation journey.
This Founding Day (Thursday, Feb. 22), celebrate the founding of the First Saudi State by Imam Muhammad bin Saud through a captivating event that showcases Saudi heritage, culture, and innovation.
Ithra’s Creative Solutions Residency Program punctuated the completion of its third cohort with the unveiling of five groundbreaking immersive technology prototypes designed by emerging Saudi creatives who now are one step closer to bringing their concepts to market.
Saudi Arabia’s Energy Minister and Aramco’s corporate management have stressed the critical role of oil and gas in the future energy mix, while underscoring the need for both a reduction in emissions and lower carbon energy at a major conference hosted by the company in Dhahran.
Aramco president and CEO, Amin Nasser, drew attention to unrealistic global energy narratives during the opening of the International Petroleum Technology Conference (IPTC), held at the Dhahran Expo in Dammam.
Contemporary artist Adel Abidin's Aan (On), is an intricate tapestry with imagery created by thousands of hand-stamped impressions. The artwork weaves figurative threads to tell the tale of the fragility of history. An independent jury selected Aan from more than 10,000 submissions to win last year's Ithra art prize.
In 2024 AramcoWorld is marking 75 years of transcending cultural barriers. From its early days as an intra-company newsletter seeking to enrich understanding between employees in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, and the original Aramco headquarters in New York, it evolved into a contemporary cultural magazine focused on engaging with external audiences globally. The first story in this series shares the stories of some of those closest to the publication.
Your Royal Highnesses. Your Excellencies. Ladies and Gentlemen. Good morning. As IPTC Executive Committee Chairman, it is my pleasure to welcome you to Dhahran for IPTC 2024. It has been two years since Saudi Arabia last hosted the IPTC...
The vast Arabian desert covers almost the whole of the Arabian Peninsula. Sweeping through its sunbaked center is Saudi Arabia’s ad-Dahna Desert, forming a mighty vertical arc that connects the Kingdoms’ northern an-Nafud and southern Rub’al-Khali deserts.
In the eight years since becoming president and CEO of Aramco, Amin Nasser has seen a lot of changes. Social, environmental, and technological advancements have changed the face of the industry, but one thing has remained the same: the demand of hydrocarbons.
King Faisal University has celebrated the 50th anniversary of its founding under the theme “Fifty Years of Growth and Giving” in the presence of royalty, excellencies, senior officials, university and media professionals, and members of the local community.
Aramco and DHL Supply Chain (DHL), a global leader in contract logistics, have formed a joint venture (JV) company, Advanced Supply Management Operations (ASMO). The company will be a new procurement and logistics services hub in Saudi Arabia.
Serving Global Maritime Traffic: King Salman International Complex for Maritime Industries and Services
The Arabian Gulf is an integral part of the region’s heritage. Ancient metropolises and cities have arisen on its shores, built on fishing, pearls, and other industries, and for over 90 years, oil installations have operated close to, or in, Gulf waters; offshore drilling platforms and supertankers like floating cities.
For thousands of years, people in the Middle East have made a living from date palms, harvesting the fruit, and turning the leaves into baskets and mats. But, what connects Saudi Arabia’s ancient date plantations to Aramco’s oil and gas operations, which are less than 100 years old?
Beckles Willson’s own skillful playing won her a place at the Royal Academy of Music studying piano performance, and she later became a concert pianist. By the time Beckles Willson obtained her doctorate from London’s King’s College in 2003, she chose to focus on academia, hoping to balance performance and research.
Operating in the Arabian Gulf for more than 80 years, with some of the world’s largest offshore oil and gas fields, Aramco has learned a lot about the waters in which we work. Extracting energy from the deep waters, safely and reliably, is a serious business — and the company has been collecting data for decades to set a benchmark for its activities.
AramcoWorld, Saudi Aramco's flagship publication, is widely recognized as a leading source of nonpolitical coverage of the history, geography, arts and cultures of Saudi Arabia, the Middle East and the wider Islamic world, with an emphasis on the interweavings of the plural cultures of East and West, past and present.