Jazan Economic City will become a key contributor to Saudi Arabia’s economy as current infrastructure and projects development will provide a solid base for further investments in heavy and secondary industries, petrochemicals, mining and conversion industries, Khalid A. Al-Falih, president and CEO, Saudi Aramco said at the Jazan Economic Forum (JEF) today in Jazan City, southwest of Saudi Arabia.
Jazan Economic Forum (JEF) taking place from February 25 – 26 in Jazan City will offer delegates two full days of comprehensive information on the Jazan Economic City (JEC) project with presentations by subject matter experts.
Saudi Aramco and King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) recently signed a framework agreement in support of a new Petroleum Engineering and Geosciences college program.
Jazan City, in the south-western Province of Jazan in Saudi Arabia, will host the Jazan Economic Forum on February 25-26, 2015 to discuss the investment opportunities and development potential of the Jazan Economic City, a multi-billion dollar investment project aligned to the Kingdom’s national balanced economic development objectives.
Saudi Aramco recently inaugurated its first Production Operations Surveillance Hub (POSH) at Ju’aymah Industrial Complex in the Northern Area.
The heavy lift barge Lan Jing completed the installation of the Hasbah tie-in platform (TP) using its 7,500-ton crane, carrying weight that reached about 5,000 tons – a new record for Saudi Aramco’s heavy lift operation.
Four engineers from Saudi Aramco have been elected board members on the Saudi Council of Engineers (SCE) following a vote held by the national organization last month.
Saudi Aramco continues to pursue its long term strategy to become the world’s leading integrated energy enterprise despite the current downturn in the global oil industry, Khalid A. Al-Falih, President and CEO, Saudi Aramco reiterated at the 8th Global Competitiveness Forum (GCF) in Riyadh.
Khalid A. Al Falih, Saudi Aramco President and CEO, participated on January 21 in a panel discussion entitled The Geo-Economics of Energy at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Two Saudi Aramco projects were recently selected as among the top hydrocarbon processing projects worldwide in 2014 in a poll conducted by Hydrocarbon Processing (HP) magazine.
Aramco Service Company’s (ASC) flagship publication, AramcoWorld recently received nine awards in an international magazine competition sponsored by FOLIO Magazine.
“Play’s the Thing”: Dhahran Theatre Group members stage an impromptu performance in honor of the 29th Annuitants Reunion on the steps of the reunion venue in Asheville, N.C.
“Seize the day!” signals retiree Adrianus Verhoeven, now 77. As a Tapline employee, he cycled 3,730 miles home to Holland in 1960; in 2012, he topped that with a 3,872-mile ride across the United States.
Do you know where to find the only house to be built in Dhahran with a chimney? Or in which residential garden the first grass was grown? Or maybe you would like to find out which public building has a secret door into its roof or the location of the first dedicated training center for Saudi women.
Saudi Aramco, GE and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) announced today the launch of the first all-female business process services center in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Like a modern-day Pied Piper, Kinda Hibrawi greets children at Camp Zeitouna in northern Syria. Her project is one of three involving individuals with company connections that are profiled in “Changing Lives, One at a Time.” Photograph by Mohammed Ojjeh.
Former Dhahran Consulate Deputy Principal Officer Colbert Held chats with Baylor University graduate student Corrine Peters at his exhibition of 250 photographs focusing on the Middle East, which runs through May 15 at the Waco, Texas, school. Photograph by Arthur Clark.
Thousands of runners crowded the start lines of both the full marathon and half marathon on race day, Jan. 13, to fulfill their dream of participating in one of the most celebrated running events in the United States — and indeed around the world — despite bouts of pouring rain that continued to drench the streets of Houston.
Three cheers! Participants gave the 28th biennial Annuitants Reunion in Tucson a big thumbs up. Photograph by Arthur Clark.
Tim Barger and Sally Duncan stroll by one of the great Nabataean tombs at Madain Salih—a stop for former Aramcons and family members honored in February for returning archeological artifacts to the kingdom. Photograph by Arthur Clark.