A breakthrough study by some Saudi Aramco scientists, engineers and environmentalists, supported by the company’s Environmental Protection Department (EPD) regulations, has identified an alternative source of injection water that will help to conserve the Kingdom’s scarce groundwater reserves.
The King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture is an extension of Saudi Aramco’s corporate vision and a continuation of its work to create a knowledge based society. Its opening is just a year away.
Ten best innovations selected for recognition from among 148 contributions, ranging from aerial detection of oil spills to amendments to radios, desktops, security gates, and drilling rigs.
Aramco Asia’s five new websites were officially launched last week by Saudi Aramco president and CEO Khalid A. Al-Falih.
Drivers from al-‘Ula in northwestern Saudi Arabia welcome Annuitants Reunion travelers to a viewing point high above the valley linking that thriving town to the Nabataean city of Madain Salih, a trading city that flourished some 2,000 years ago.
Under the patronage of HE Abdullah Al-Hussayen, Minister of Water and Electricity, and in the presence of Ahmad Al-Baghdadi, Deputy Minister for Water Affairs, the 2015 Water Arabia Conference and Exhibition was held in al-Khobar under the theme “Innovative & Reliable Water and Wastewater Technologies for Sustainable Water Quality.”
As part of the Company’s strategy of maintaining financial flexibility, Saudi Aramco has signed a new standby revolving credit facilities agreement.
“Poetry is a thing of such beauty and such power. The play of words, the imagery, and the wit make us happier, sadder, more alive, and more inspired.
Aramcons from the Dhahran-area Saudi Aramco communities recently gathered for a pancake breakfast prepared by the Boy Scouts, their parents, and other leaders.
Saudi Aramco has achieved a landmark in green installation by feeding power to the Power Systems (PS) main offices through the company’s first rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) installation.
For the second consecutive year, Saudi Aramco endorsed the 2015 Global Risk Awards.
Success through innovation and collaboration was the predominant message at the 19th Middle East Oil and Gas Show and Conference (MEOS 2015) held in Bahrain, which was themed “Energy Beyond Limits Through Innovation and Collaboration.”
More than 500 of Saudi Aramco’s partners and customers attended a company reception at International Petroleum (IP) Week held in London.
As dignitaries and industry leaders discussed Jazan’s economic promise during the Jazan Economic Forum last week, the iThra Youth initiative kept busy with the promise of Jazan’s minds.
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.