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.
As many as 300 species and three billion individual birds cross Saudi Arabia every spring and autumn, as they migrate between their breeding grounds in Eurasia and wintering grounds in east Africa.
After decades of decline under communist rule, food enthusiasts— including brother chef and baker Bledar and Nikolin Kola—are pioneering the return of the country’s traditional dishes. Chefs and other culinary aficionados are drawing on Albania’s 500-plus years of culinary heritage to reinterpret the foods of their ancestors. Their efforts are re-establishing traditions that were feared lost.
The King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (Ithra) opens Searching for Light, an enlightening retrospective of the work of British photographer Peter Sanders, whose career spans more than five decades photographing Muslim people, places, and culture.
As part of our yearlong celebration, we are launching a new biweekly newsletter that will transport you back through the decades of our global connections. To kick things off, we highlight our 2024 calendar, with 12 months of friendly faces from AramcoWorld stories...
Dozens of volunteers joined together in Houston, Texas, to construct a mudhif, a reed structure dating back 5,000 years to the Mesopotamian marshes of southern Iraq. The hut served as a meeting place—for some of the city’s 4,000 Iraqis and their fellow Houstonians to share insights into an ancient society and gain a sense of community.
Aramco Extends Successful Partnership with Aston Martin Formula One Team to Become Official Title Partner
Aramco and Aston Martin Formula One® Team announce a long-term extension of their partnership. From Jan. 1, 2024, the Silverstone-based team will be known as the Aston Martin Aramco Formula One® Team.
Aramco and Saudi Arabia are taking steps to aid the global effort to reduce emissions from the operations of the energy industry, said H.E. Yasir O. Al-Rumayyan, chairman of Aramco’s Board of Directors and governor of the Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF), during a discussion at the Saudi Green Initiative (SGI) forum in Dubai recently.
Abdullah Hammas was born in the city of Abha and grew up moving with his family between the cities of the Kingdom. He studied at the Institute of Art Education and graduated as a teacher in 1973.
Speaking at the 2023 Saudi Green Initiative (SGI) Forum in Dubai, Amin Nasser, Aramco president and CEO, outlined the pivotal role that oil and gas will continue to play in powering the global economy as part of the energy mix of the future, stating that the industry requires continued and effective strategic investment to do so.
For more than 40 years, British photographer Peter Sanders has documented communities across the Islamic world. Sanders discusses his legacy with us, including his inspiration and influences over the course of his career.
Aramco’s Yanbu’ Refinery Becomes Fourth Company Facility to be Added to WEF’s Global Lighthouse Network
Yanbu’ Refinery has become the fourth Aramco facility to be added to the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Lighthouse Network, having been recognized for its pioneering deployment of cutting-edge technologies to deliver a range of operational, commercial, and environmental benefits.
As millions of people globally do not have access to conventional energy, the world cannot simply ask emerging economies “to switch to whatever advanced economies are doing,” Aramco’s chairman said at the Future Investment Initiative (FII) Priority summit in Hong Kong.
By tackling often overlooked societal issues. Palestinian-born Sami Kafati's body of work has shaped Honduran cinema even years after his passing.
An entertaining Abu Dhabi Grand Prix ensured a 2023 Formula 1 season that's long been settled as a competitive spectacle on a high, even if this year's dominant driver-team combination came out on top one last time.