Some big players in the world economy visited the Khurais Field on Oct. 16 to learn about Saudi Aramco’s role in energy security.
Greetings! Having just returned from the recent Aramco Expatriate Reunion in Orlando, Florida, we wanted to just say how lovely it was to see many of you!
To all Orlando Hafla 2010 Attendees: First of all let me thank you from the bottom of my heart for coming to the Reunion. You all made it happen, you all contributed to its success. The committee chairs, the committee members were fantastic; you all did such a marvelous job, that I just wasn't needed.
The following document explains how the newly formed Saudi Aramco Annuitants Biennial Hafla Organizing Committee will oversee and help with all future Annuitants Reunions.
At Aramco Annuitant Reunions, there's rarely a moment of boredom. In between athletic tournaments, sociable card games, and delightful meals for mingling with old friends, you always have someone new to meet and something exciting to see at the Sidelines Suq. The Suq at the 2010 Annuitants Reunion in Orlando, Florida was no exception.
A total of 386 retirees, family members and friends attended the 27th Saudi Aramco Annuitants Reunion, Orlando “Hafla” 2010, held Oct. 1-4. The Florida get together lived up to its name, turning out to be a dandy “family” gathering.
In the closing days of WWII, a camel left Hofuf bearing an unusual load. In one saddlebag it carried a tiny chestnut colt; in the other was a 55-gallon oil drum filled with water. The colt was gift from Amir Sa‘ud ibn Jiluwi, governor of the Eastern Province, to six-year-old Stevie Furman…
The long-awaited OrlandoHafla2010 Reunion is finally here!
Place chicken in a shallow casserole. Combine olive oil, soy sauce, honey, thyme, paprika, cayenne pepper, vinegar, allspcie and pepper. Pour over the chicken.
Heat 2 Tablespoons of oil in a large saucepan or Dutch oven. Add onions and sauté for 5 minutes. Add green pepper and sauté 5 minutes. Add chicken and garlic and cook until chicken is white. Add red pepper and celery and sauté 5 minutes.
Melt the butter and sauté the chopped chipped beef for a few minutes. Add 1/4 cup flour and pepper. Stir and blend for another 5 minutes to cook the flour. Lower heat and slowly add milk until you reach the desired thickness. Pepper to taste.
Boil chicken in 3-4 quarts of water (enough to cover the chicken) along with bovillon cubes until done. Take chicken out of broth.
In a large frying pan brown the chicken on all sides, then set aside in a deep baking dish. In the same frying pan sauté the celery and onion rings. Add the soup, sherry and a little water and bring to a boil.
Boil water with the bouillon cubes (enough to almost cover the chicken pieces). Sprinkle some flour in a pan and arrange the chicken in it. Add the boiling water.
Arrange chicken pieces in greased 9 x 13-inch baking dish. Mix together cranberry sauce, French dressing and onion soup mix. Pour over chicken and marinate in refrigerator for one and a half hours.
More than 750 people turned out for the 2009 Brats Reunion on Memorial Day weekend, May 21-24, in Los Angeles, arriving by plane, car and—in one case—motor scooter for what was probably the first such gathering held just a block away from the Arrivals Hall.
Saudi Aramco recently installed 36 permanently moored buoys around the coral-reef islands of Jana, Karan and Kurayn to protect vital coral reefs. The buoys are one way Saudi Aramco demonstrates its environmental stewardship, its role in environmental protection and citizenship.
THE HAGUE, The Netherlands, June 03, 2009 -- Aramco Overseas Co. (AOC) employees joined the staff of Resto Van Harte on May 13 to prepare a healthy three-course Arabic meal for 50 children from the Laakkwartier — a low-income, multicultural neighborhood in The Hague.
The concept of “reunion” is not as simple as it first appears. Witness the remarkable 2nd KSA Expatriate Saudi Aramco Reunion, which unrolled March 9-19, the latest I’ve been honored to attend in a chain of company-linked gatherings that now spans 62 years.