A new era dawned in Saudi Arabia on Monday under the leadership of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman as citizens across the country expressed their confidence in the new king’s ability to take the Kingdom to new heights of progress and prosperity.
Saudi Aramco continues to pursue its long term strategy to become the world’s leading integrated energy enterprise despite the current downturn in the global oil industry, Khalid A. Al-Falih, President and CEO, Saudi Aramco reiterated at the 8th Global Competitiveness Forum (GCF) in Riyadh.
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman ascended to the throne on Jan. 23.
While sipping a cup of tea in a hotel in Calicut, Kerala, a state in India, I was approached by a group of young men and women from some Gulf countries who asked me to join their discussion.
In the early hours of Friday morning my wife called me on the phone and she was crying like a baby…Yes like a baby.
Khalid A. Al Falih, Saudi Aramco President and CEO, participated on January 21 in a panel discussion entitled The Geo-Economics of Energy at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
RIYADH — Custodian of Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah died early on Friday and his brother Prince Salman became king, the royal court said in a statement carried by state television.
Four weeks hence, on the 19th of February, Hong Kong will celebrate Chinese New Year, welcoming in the Year of the Sheep with another eye-popping pyrotechnic display guaranteed to equal, if not surpass, their recent light show marking the arrival of 2015—an account of which recently appeared in these pages.
Two Saudi Aramco projects were recently selected as among the top hydrocarbon processing projects worldwide in 2014 in a poll conducted by Hydrocarbon Processing (HP) magazine.
Aramco Service Company’s (ASC) flagship publication, AramcoWorld recently received nine awards in an international magazine competition sponsored by FOLIO Magazine.
Ramee Grand Hotel & Spa offers splendid 5-star hospitality in the heart of Manama.
SAEEA Monthly Progress Meeting Minutes - December 2014
SAEEA Monthly Progress Meeting Minutes - November 2014
My fellow Aramcons no doubt remember how sports helped bind us together during our time living in oil patch camps scattered across the Kingdom. High on my list of favorite memories from those years are the softball games that filled so many of my hours away from work.
SAEEA Monthly Progress Meeting Minutes - October 2014
We trust everyone had a safe trip home and that you also took with your many wonderful memories of the Asheville Hafla Reunion at the Omni Grove Park Inn. Your hosts and co-hosts thank you again for coming.
Bill Rich, age 90, was raised in Warrensburg, Missouri, an hour outside Kansas City, Missouri. where his father worked as a manager at the local power company, Missouri Power & Light. William Rich Sr. was the charter president of the Warrensburg Rotary Club. Bill was an Eagle Scout in high school and enlisted in WWII at age 18 yrs after high school.
I’m fairly certain that there is no statute of limitations for crimes against humanity. I can only plead not guilty on the grounds that it seemed like the thing to do at the time. Actually it is much better to think of this story as entirely a work of fiction, and any resemblance to anything that happened in Dhahran during the summer of 1964 is entirely coincidental.
Do you know if you will have enough financial resources to meet your goals upon retirement?
It was Sunday 24th, August 2014, when I met Engr. Javed Majeed; we were waiting for the Think Tank Committee meeting to start. He is also the member of IEP. I took opportunity to interview Engr. Javed, while having tea. I asked him about his family back ground.