Syed Moazzam Ali Weds Fozia Mazhar

Syed Moazzam Ali Weds Fozia Mazhar

BY Engr. Iqbal Ahmed Khan / /

Syed Moazzam Ali married Fozia Mazhar. Moazzam is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ovais Akram Ali, Badge No. 73168. Ovais is an ex-employee of the Safaniya Producing Department. Fozia is the daughter of the late Mazhar Saeed.

How UK Boarding Schools Adapted and Moving Forward After COVID

How UK Boarding Schools Adapted and Moving Forward After COVID

BY Anderson Education / /

UK Boarding Schools adapted quickly and effectively to the restrictions brought about by COVID, providing their students with a safe and secure home away from home with the benefit of being able to socialise with their friends, support from tutors, and access to excellent facilities and extensive grounds.

Happy 18th Wedding Anniversary Ata and Kiran and Happy Birthday Dr. Ata Ur Rehman

Happy 18th Wedding Anniversary Ata and Kiran and Happy Birthday Dr. Ata Ur Rehman

BY Engr. Iqbal Ahmed Khan / /

Dr. Ata Ur Rehman is a graduate of Dow University with a diverse interest in all fields of medicine. He completed his M. Phil from Hamdard University and is currently pursuing his PhD from BMSI Jinnah Post Graduate Medical Center. He also obtained his post-graduate degree from Baqai University in Endocrinology.

Al-Hadrami Speaks of His Pride of Being Involved in ‘the Company Family’

Al-Hadrami Speaks of His Pride of Being Involved in ‘the Company Family’

BY The Arabian Sun / /

With more than 30 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, Said A. Al-Hadrami is retiring as vice president of Retail and Lubes Development. Al-Hadrami, who was honored at an event attended by Saudi Aramco president and CEO Amin Nasser and other members of management, spoke of his pride of being involved in “the company family.”

March 4 Marks the Anniversary of Production at Dammam Well-7

March 4 Marks the Anniversary of Production at Dammam Well-7

BY The Arabian Sun / /

On March 4, 1938, “Lucky 7” started producing and Saudi Arabia was launched on its journey to become the world’s largest oil producing nation. Or so runs the widely accepted version of history. But the two years after Lucky 7 were incredibly difficult. The author reveals three major events the early employees had to overcome in those critical years.

Aramco Brat in Action for the 2021 UAE Tour Cycling Race

Aramco Brat in Action for the 2021 UAE Tour Cycling Race

BY Aramco ExPats / /

Aramco Brat and pilot, Captain Miki Dykes took part from the skies in the 7-day road cycling UAE Tour stage race held from February 21 - 27, 2021 in the United Arab Emirates. The 2021 race was the third edition of the UAE Tour, 'The one and only world tour race in the middle east,' and the first race of the 2021 UCI Cycling World Tour.

Kingdom Mourns Long-serving Oil Minister Yamani

Kingdom Mourns Long-serving Oil Minister Yamani

BY The Arab News / /

Ahmed Zaki Yamani, Saudi Arabia’s longest-serving oil minister and the man behind the oil embargo after the 1973 Arab-Israeli war, has died in London at the age of 90. Yamani became oil minister in 1962, replacing Abdullah Tariki, a founding member of OPEC.

AramcoWorld Reading Selections - March 03, 2021

AramcoWorld Reading Selections - March 03, 2021

BY AramcoWorld / /

It’s easy to think of blue as a naturally pervasive color. It’s all around us in clear skies and bodies of water. Yet elsewhere blue appears infrequently, coloring only a handful of minerals and less than 10 percent of flowering plants.

AramcoWorld - February 2021

AramcoWorld - February 2021

BY AramcoWorld / /

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.

Umaima Abdul Bari Weds Muhammad Zubair Sultani

Umaima Abdul Bari Weds Muhammad Zubair Sultani

BY Mariam Ata Ur Rehman / /

Umaima's wedding preparations had begun not long after her Nikkah which was held in the first half of the year in the month of May. After her Nikkah ceremony, from June until the end of November her dowry was collected. As the month of December started the wedding festivities begun.

Poems of Arabia by Elise Kellett: Part III

Poems of Arabia by Elise Kellett: Part III

BY Elise Kellett / /

This small collection of verses was written as a poetic diary of my thoughts and impressions, influenced by my life and travel within Saudi Arabia during the past eight years (circa 1980s), intending, hopefully, for them to be handed on...

Sweet Tea: Vignette from '3,001 Arabian Days'

Sweet Tea: Vignette from '3,001 Arabian Days'

BY Rick Snedeker / /

When expatriates describe their experiences to the less traveled, it often starts with food. In Saudi Arabia, because the traditional cuisine is so minimalist — spare, unpretentious fare derived mainly from ancient nomadic bedouin culinary habits — only two items come quickly to mind: kabsah and sweet tea.

A Desert Trek to Thaj

A Desert Trek to Thaj

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Quriyan M. Al Hajri’s knowledge of the desert is legendary. So, when the retired Aramco well sites supervisor invited me to join him for a five-day, 120-kilometer desert trek from his home near Ain Dar up to his birthplace near the historic village of Thaj, I was intrigued.