Leaders from Gulfstream Aerospace and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce recently visited the Detroit Research Center to learn about Aramco’s innovative work to decarbonize transportation and develop new technologies to address energy challenges. They were shown our technologies for near-zero pollutant emissions, mobile carbon capture, and low climate impact fuels.
An expert panel of global dignitaries, U.S. corporate leaders, and Aramco executives illustrated the climate for doing business in Saudi Arabia’s energy sector at the 2023 Supplier Forum in Houston. The annual event, co-hosted with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, coincides with the Offshore Technology Conference to maximize on the energy industry presence.
Dr. Zakiya Ayo-Zahra Seymour, PhD, P.E. (daughter of the late Cornell T. Seymour and Shirley E. Seymour), was inducted into the Civil and Environmental Engineering 2022 Academy of Distinguished Alumni, U.C. Berkeley on Thursday, April 27, 2023.
Usama Ahmed Khan, the nephew of Engr. Iqbal Ahmed Khan (Vice President-Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association-SAEEA) married Huma Majid on February 24th, 2023 in Karachi. In Pakistani culture, a few pre-celebrations take place before the actual wedding ceremony.
From the May 11, 1977 edition of The Arabian Sun. When the first of two new 740-ton high-pressure storage tanks nestled down onto its foundation at the Ju’aymah NGL site in mid-April, it did so with an ease quite foreign to any object so gigantically sized.
From the May 10, 1972 edition of Sun and Flare. Construction of the new QRT-8 and QA-6 lines, Aramco’s second 40”/42” pipeline, has been underway since March. The total pipeline consists of two onshore sections, approximately 94 kilometers in length, and a Tarut Bay crossing 4 kilometers long. A welding crew at work on a section of the QRT-8 is pictured above.
With more than 150 published works, Eland Publishing reflects a worldly eclecticism, from reprints and re-releases of biographies to letters and even comic novels. The London-based publishing house has for 40 years brought new life to travel writing.
In this piece, Aramco’s legendary desert expert, Quriyan Al Hajri, describes the early stages of the Shaybah project and his experiences exploring deep into the Rub Al Khali to determine the best access route for what would become the Shaybah Mega-Project.
Each year, we plan a trip to navigate around the Kingdom — a new adventure to connect with history in unique locations. We carefully select our team, equipment and tools, routes, and refueling plans. Earlier this year, we planned for an extended trip of some 2,800 km over seven days.
From the May 4, 1994 edition of The Arabian Sun. Some winning golfers stepped forward recently to receive their awards from Ali I. Naimi, Saudi Aramco president and chief executive officer, and the sponsor of the CEO Cup, an annual golf event hosted by Rolling Hills Country Club.
Commenting on the results, Aramco president and CEO Amin Nasser, said: “The results reflect Aramco’s continued high reliability, focus on cost and our ability to react to market conditions, as we generate strong cash flows and further strengthen the balance sheet.
From May 7, 1980 edition of The Arabian Sun. The biggest storage tank ever to be constructed at the Ras Tanura Terminal is now nearing completion. Designed to hold natural gasoline produced at the natural gas liquids (NGL) fractionation plant at Ju’aymah, the tank has a capacity of 1.5 million barrels...
From the May 3, 1972 edition of the Sun and Flare. SIX NEW COLUMNS for processing waste gas will soon manufacture more LPG for Aramco's growing markets here and abroad. Work on the first increment begin in July 1971 by driving nearly 1,000 steel piles 40 feet into the ground.
Rehmat Ul Alameen Welfare Organization (RAWO) was established in April 2013 in a small house in Korangi, under the supervision of Col (R) Javed Majid, assisted by Qari Saifullah. The aim of RAWO is to uplift the poor people economically: raise education standards, support them financially, increase their earning capacity and provide a platform to excel further.
A big part of the third culture kid identity is determining for yourself how that identity lives inside of you and which portals it utilizes for self-expression. Writing is surely one of those portals for me, but I’m learning as of late that cooking is also another portal through which I share my love for culture.
More than 35 expatriate retirees and their families recently had an opportunity to connect with current and former employees on a visit to Khursaniyah Gas Plant (KGP) and the Northern Area Gas Operations’ neighboring plants.
71-year-old Everard has been living in Aruba since retiring. His last contact with family in the UK was on Friday 31st March 2023, stating that he was planning a walk, most likely from Alto Vista Chapel car park that afternoon, heading towards the sea. He has not been seen or heard from since.
Twelve years ago, Aramco research scientist Esam Z. Hamad received an interesting research assignment: Design a system to capture carbon emissions from the exhaust pipe of a motor vehicle. Having knowledge of systems to capture carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen sulfide (H2S) in industrial plants, Hamad had a few ideas about how to scale down those systems to fit into a pickup truck.
Mangrove honey produced in the Eastern Region of Saudi Arabia has won a gold medal in Paris. For centuries, mangrove forests along the shores of the Arabian Gulf have protected beaches from erosion, provided sanctuary for shrimp and fish spawn, absorbed carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, and produced flowers that attract honey bees.
Remarks by Amin Nasser at the Baosteel-Aramco-Public Investment Fund Joint Venture Steel Plate Signing Ceremony in Dhahran
Your Excellencies, Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, This is a historic day. Today’s agreement to establish the Kingdom’s first integrated steel plate manufacturing complex further strengthens the ties between trusted partners, companies and countries.