Saudi Aramco Journal of Technology is published quarterly by Saudi Aramco to provide the company's scientific and engineering communities with a forum for the exchange of ideas.
Saudi Aramco Panorama, published quarterly by Saudi Aramco, highlights many off-job safety issues. It is written for the entire family and is available in Arabic and English. It is distributed free of charge to all readers with an interest in safety.
Since our earliest days, we have sought to undertake activities that add real value for the people of Saudi Arabia, from building roads, railroads, schools, and hospitals to establishing wildlife sanctuaries and growing a knowledge economy.
The Foundation fieldbus is a mini-computer that can gather data from sensors on a given device and help plant personnel quickly identify and resolve maintenance issues.
From producing approximately one in every eight barrels of the world’s crude oil supply to developing breakthrough energy technologies, we are driven by our core belief that energy is opportunity.
Ras Tanura Refinery (RTR) recently held its annual environmental forum, which highlights efforts in environmental and water management across the company.
The 10th National GIS Symposium showcased the latest geospatial advancements and their use in commercial and public service sectors.
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A game-changing technology that turns energy waste into electrical power is now being deployed at Hawiyah Gas Plant (HGP).
One of the biggest challenges facing the oil and gas industry — maintaining wellbore stability and monitoring drilling non-productive time — was explored at a Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) workshop.
Saudi Aramco presented its latest offshore technology solutions at this year’s Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston, with a focus on complex gas development projects and research.
Five departments across Saudi Aramco received the 2014 President’s Award for Environmental Excellence.
This year’s Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) World Congress & Exhibition conversation included Saudi Aramco’s global fuels research program and the opportunities it gives engineers to think outside the box in engine design.
Saudi Aramco and its Southern Area Oil Operations (SAOO) continues to lead the way in innovation in the oil and gas industry and is an example of operational excellence, the 2015 SAOO Innovation Campaign and Exhibition was recently told by senior management.
As a world energy leader, Aramco is committed to promoting industry excellence. The company took a unique approach to exemplify this commitment by hosting a forum that brought together technology leaders from multiple industries.
Executives of Saudi Aramco and Dow Chemical toured the nearly completed Sadara complex in Jubail on April 30 to inaugurate the first six plants and control rooms, using the opportunity to be updated by major contracting partners on the work that remains to be completed.
International experts gathered in al-Khobar to discuss the challenges of balancing the ever-growing worldwide need for energy with the responsibility of doing so in an environmentally sustainable manner.
A young Saudi Aramco firefighter has helped raise in excess of $2 million for a leukemia charity by stair climbing 69 stories of a U.S. high-rise building while carrying a full kit of life-saving equipment.
The company has taken another stride toward becoming a global leader in technology, and research and development with the opening of the Beijing Research Center (BRC) in Beijing, China last week.
Nasser joined the company after graduating with a bachelor's degree in petroleum engineering from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals in Dhahran in 1982.