Aramco’s Management and Professional Development Department’s (M&PDD) Executive Speaker Series recently hosted management guru professor David Ulrich at Ithra. Described as the “father of modern HR” and “HR thought leader of the decade,” Ulrich presented to a total of more than 850 employees over three separate sessions.
The Arabian Sun spent the day with Mohammed S. Alduhaimi, an engineer in the Oil Supply Planning and Scheduling’s (OSPAS) Refined Products Division (RPD), to understand more about their mission to deliver energy optimally and reliably. Every morning before starting work at 6:30 a.m., Mohammed S. Alduhaimi goes to the gym.
From the July 12, 2006 edition of The Arabian Sun. The gap between oil demand and supply is so tight that a disruption in supply could send global economies reeling. Under these circumstances, it is critical that industry piping, plants, and refineries stay in top operating condition.
From the July 11, 1956 edition of the Sun and Flare. Thomas Joseph Druge arrived July 7 at the Dhahran Health Center South weighing 5 pounds, 11 ounces. He is the one-thousandth baby born to Senior Staff families in the Field since 1940.
From the July 13, 1966 edition of the Sun and Flare. Mrs. Ruth Sheldon Knowles, author, lecturer, petroleum specialist, and war correspondent, arrived in Dhahran for a four-day stop-over on a round-the-world trip. She is on an assignment for the "Reader's Digest" making a study of the world hunger problem.
Aramco president and CEO Amin Nasser delivered a powerful keynote speech about Asia’s Energy Future at a major three-day Energy Asia Conference held recently in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur.
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.
Aramco Appointed as a Strategic Partner for Gamers Without Borders and Gamers8 The Land of Heroes Festival
The Saudi Electronic Sports Federation and Aramco announced a strategic partnership to sponsor the “Gamers without Borders” (GWB) events and the “Gamers8: The Land of Heroes” festival for 2023, after the successful partnership for previous editions.
A 250-ton crude stabilizer column was safely and successfully installed recently at Aramco’s Abu Ali plant as part of a 500,000 barrel of oil per day (bpd) new Central Processing Facility. The 50-meter high column is designed to process 300,000 (bpd) of Arabian Light Crude oil.
As part of the In-Kingdom Total Value Add (iktva) program, the team from Aramco Europe has been working hard to scout and expand the supply chain program among European manufacturers, engineering companies, and contractors.
Since 2012 Hatem Belyamani, Moroccan native and New York resident, has focaused his nonprofit, Remix-Culture, on digital sampling and remixing tools that draw from traditional music around the world.
A team of six Dhahran high school students took the checkered flag to win the first Saudi Arabian F1® in Schools National Finals at the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (Ithra), winning one of three places to represent their nation at the Aramco-sponsored F1® in Schools World Finals in Singapore in September.
From the July 4, 1962 edition of the Sun and Flare. A new passport procedure for Aramco foreign employees and visitors of Aramco became effective with the opening July 1 of the new terminal building at Dhahran International Airport.
From the July 3, 1985 edition of The Arabian Sun. As every Aramcon knows, Saudi Arabia's oil flows to the surface under its own subterranean pressure. But this pressure decreases over the years as oil is produced, and for some decades, the company has been using water injection in some field to keep the oil flowing at desired rates.
From the June 26, 1968 edition of the Sun and Flare. Amid the sounds of jackhammers and blasting at Aramco's eastern perimeter in Dhahran, construction of the buildings for the new complex of the College of Petroleum Minerals is well underway.
More than 600 maintenance craftsmen and professionals from across Aramco, joined by representatives from various partners, converged at the al-Hasa National Industrial Training Institute recently for a two-day conference.
Across its 90-year history, Aramco has been driven by a spirit of excellence. We see that spirit of excellence in the stubborn crews who drilled deeper to discover oil at Dammam Well No. 7; the discovery of the world’s largest onshore oil field at Ghawar; the discovery of the world’s largest offshore field at Safaniyah...
In a corner of Najmah, in Ras Tanura (RT), a quiet transformation is taking place — the green, nurturing, and sustaining kind. At the heart of it all is the RT Community Farm, run by members of a self-directed group called Home & Garden, transforming the way we view gardening, and making a positive impact on the lives of all involved.
Aramco and TotalEnergies on Saturday (June 24) awarded Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contracts for the $11 billion "Amiral" complex, a future world-scale petrochemicals facility expansion at the SATORP refinery in Saudi Arabia. A signing ceremony took place in Dhahran attended by Amin Nasser, Aramco president and CEO, and Patrick Pouyanné, TotalEnergies chairman and CEO.
Nearly 2 million pilgrims are participating in Hajj 2023 which takes place between June 26 and July 1, with the celebration of Eid al-Adha taking place on June 28. Arab News is offering special coverage.