Al-Ayyam Al-Jamilah is a twice-yearly magazine distributed to retired employees and adult children of the Saudi Aramco Enterprise.
Alanood Al-Rabiah, group leader of Operational Excellence and Compliance in Saudi Aramco’s Industrial Security Support Department, recently received the Karen Marquez Memorial Honors women in security award.
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, today made an official visit to Saudi Aramco headquarters to inaugurate the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture and five oil and gas projects: Wasit Gas Plant, Manifa oil field, Shaybah natural gas liquids, Shaybah oil increment, and Khurais oil increment.
To prevent the loss of expensive drilling mud, we examined local date seeds to determine whether this material could be effective in sealing rock formations.
He stands. The hubbub dies down. Those seated, awaiting their food, listen with respect as a speech dwelling on the importance of tradition flows past their ears. The master’s words reach back across the centuries to highlight those who came before, then link forward to mark the path the listeners themselves have chosen.
The two projects are among the biggest in their industries worldwide, will further stimulate Saudi Arabia’s economic growth, and will create investment and job opportunities in line with Saudi Vision 2030.
Complex is the largest of its kind in the region in terms of service capacity, set to make Saudi Arabia a strategic maritime logistics hub.
The right strategies to achieve competitiveness and growth in the chemicals industry were the focus of a keynote speech by Abdulaziz Judaimi, Business Line Head of Downstream, Saudi Aramco, today at the 11th Annual Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association (GPCA) Forum in Dubai, UAE.
The EXPEC Advanced Research Center (EXPEC ARC) TeraPOWERS Technology Team, under the leadership of Saudi Aramco fellow Ali Dogru, achieved a major breakthrough with the industry’s first trillion cell reservoir simulation run on Oct. 28.
After more than a year of hard work and dedication, Saudi Aramco has achieved a five-year accreditation award for 28 of our training centers. This accomplishment is yet another breakthrough for Saudi Aramco in the area of education and training, and is yet another sign that the company continues to invest in the professional and vocational development of our workforce.
Late one night during the winter of 1973, on a wind-blown, dimly lit street corner not far from Sirkeci train station, I walked through a light rain and noticed steam wafting from an open-air food stall.
Tofiq H. Al Gabsani, Saudi Aramco’s acting executive director of Project Management, presided over a signing ceremony with Hyundai director and project director Jae Ho Junin and Chul Ho Ryu, general manager of the company’s al-Khobar branch office, at Saudi Aramco’s Dhahran headquarters.
Since the 1940s, the company has employed a team of anthropologists, linguists, and cultural experts to help gather and preserve information about the history of the Kingdom and its people, publishing some of their findings in early editions of the Aramco Employee Handbook.
In the pursuit of promoting a collaborative, free-thinking environment that encourages brainstorming and pushes creativity, Saudi Aramco’s EXPEC Advanced Research Center (EXPEC ARC) members recently participated in a competition to present the “MADdest” idea.
The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) has announced a $1 billion investment over the next ten years, with each of its ten member companies, including Saudi Aramco, pledging investments of $100m to develop and accelerate the commercial deployment of innovative low emissions technologies.
Saudi Aramco recently hosted a symposium in Paris to promote its In-Kingdom Total Value Add (IKTVA) program, a corporate initiative to increase the localization of goods and services into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Aramco has acquired the Converge® product line and associated operations and technologies from U.S.-based Novomer Inc. The transaction was valued at up to US$100 Million.
This was one of the questions I often asked myself as I followed the path of the film Kurmanjan Dakta: Queen of the Mountains and its historical heroine over one partly snowy, partly sweltering week in April across the Central Asian republic of Kyrgyzstan.
At Saudi Aramco facilities around the Kingdom, thousands of talented young employees are making an impact on the company, taking on crucial projects and positions of great responsibility. With a large percentage of the current workforce now young employees, this influx of boundless energy and fresh perspectives have presented the company with an incredible opportunity.
Reconciling the priorities of supplying reliable energy to the world while also addressing climate change was the focus of a keynote speech by Saudi Aramco President and CEO Amin H. Nasser today at the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC) Energy Dialogue Conference in Riyadh.