Over the past couple of months, have you noticed there are greater numbers of birds around than usual? And not just numbers — an increased variety as well? This is due to the age-old phenomenon of migrating birds. Billions of birds migrate twice per year between their breeding and wintering grounds, creating one of the most astonishing spectacles in nature.
From the June 22, 1960 edition of the Sun and Flare. Shaikh 'Abd al-'Aziz al-Turki, Director of Education for the Eastern Province, in a ceremony last Thursday laid the cornerstone of the first intermediate school to be built by Aramco in the province.
Ten employees have been selected for a product development program at Aramco’s Innovation and Product Development Center (LAB7) after successfully completing a rigorous evaluation process. More than 1,000 employees applied for the Professional Innovator (Pi) Fellowship...
For more than 125 years, from show tunes to jazz and avante-grade composition, musicians in the US have used the Nile river as a motif and metaphor. To learn more about its influence, link below and listen to our curated playlist.
Good morning everyone, and welcome. It is a pleasure to host the President’s Excellence Awards once again, to recognize some of our most remarkable teams and employees in multiple fields of excellence. As you know, this year marks our 90th anniversary.
Southampton, a great British city full of undiscovered heritage, hosted the eighth ex-Aramcon’s reunion from June 8 - 11. The former Aramcons stepped back into history, walking the city’s medieval walls, while reconnecting with each other.
The waters of the Arabian Gulf where Aramco operates — along with those of the Red Sea — boast some of the highest levels of diversity of marine life anywhere in the world, and we are playing our part to help protect those natural treasures.
From the June 15, 1955 edition of The Sun and Flare. Members of Dhahran's Junior choral group rehearse "Tip-Toe Through the Tulips with Me," of the popular selections on the program slated for Saturday night in the Dhahran theater.
The Dhahran Youth Swim League (DYSL) Dolphins made history by winning the Overall Team Championship at the 2023 Arabian Falcons Swimming Association (AFSA) Saudi Arabian Swimming Championships, which was held in Riyadh on June 9 and 10.
Aramco Business School has received the prestigious "Certificate of Recognition" award from the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA). The achievement highlights the Business School's dedication, expertise, and commitment to excellence in accounting and finance.
On June 15, Aramco released its second Sustainability Report, providing an overview of how the company has integrated sustainability within its corporate strategy and operations; the material sustainability issues that impact the business and stakeholders; and a summary of key initiatives and sustainability performance during 2022.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR4.0) is improving industrial processes by gathering reams of information from physical machinery and transmitting it across the internet. As processes connect via the Internet of Things (IoT), businesses can use the information to make smarter, faster decisions.
From the June 11, 1975 edition of The Arabian Sun. Traffic is moving a little slower now on the stretch of road between the Aramco Administration Building and the Oil Exhibit, where work is in progress to widen the highway to two lanes in each direction.
Aramco and Silicon Valley can partner to develop a new generation of technologies that help solve global energy and emissions challenges, president and CEO Amin Nasser told leading venture capitalists at the launch of Prosperity7 Ventures’ new office in Palo Alto.
Petroleum Engineering (PE) held its annual graduation ceremony in March to recognize six graduates from its flagship Technologist Development Program (PE-TDP). PE also celebrated 20 professionals for completing advanced degree programs.
Aramco recently received 11 prizes at the Green World Awards 2023. The ceremony, which was held recently in Miami, was organized by The Green Organization, an independent, international, nonprofit, nonpolitical environment group. Since 1994, the event — which is open to anyone in commerce, industry, local, regional, or national government; ministries, environment departments, and government agencies...
From the June 7, 1967 edition of the Sun and Flare. May 24, 1952, witnessed the departure, via the old Aramco "Camel," of some 17 new employees for the three-day flight to Dhahran. Last Wednesday, the "survivors" of that group gathered at the home of R.L. Hatchers to celebrate their 15th anniversary.
Reaching out to new generations and global audiences, musicians in India’s northwest state of Rajasthan draw on centuries of traditions that, to an untrained ear, may sound like Indian classical music. But what sets them apart are the regional stories they tell and the tone and power of the singers.
Saudi Arabia has passed many milestones that have transformed it into a modern and prosperous nation. In line with this, Aramco’s Petroleum Engineering and Development (PE&D) is celebrating 85 years since Dammam No. 7 was declared a commercial producer, 50 years of production and reliability in the Zuluf and Marjan offshore fields, and 10 years of phenomenal performance at Manifa.
President and CEO Amin Nasser congratulated participants in this year’s CEO Cup —including the youngest ever competitor to win the tournament — at a recent awards dinner in Dhahran. Men’s CEO Cup champion Maaz BinSaad, just 16-years-old, said: “I’ve been playing golf for about seven years. Winning a big tournament like this feels great.