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.
From the April 30, 1958 edition of The Sun and Flare. An audience estimated at 3,000 attended the second Annual Arabian Horse Day held Friday at the corral. The aim of the annual event is to demonstrate the competitive ability and versatility of the Arabian horse.
From the May 1, 1957 edition of The Sun and Flare. Sudden gusts of winds, reaching a velocity of 52 miles per hour, left a line of uprooted trees, buckled towers, and damaged roofs early Sunday afternoon in Dhahran and the surrounding area.
The Saudi Film Festival, now in its ninth edition, will be held May 4-11 at the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (Ithra) in Dhahran. The festival is one of the most prominent annual initiatives held by the Cinema Association in partnership with Ithra and supported by the Film Commission.
A first shipment of independently-certified low-carbon ammonia has arrived in Japan for use as fuel in power generation. It represents another milestone in the development of this lower-carbon energy solution.
A decade ago, the top 50 global enterprises worldwide by market capitalization featured merely a handful of data-driven companies. Nowadays, data firms predominate: Apple, Microsoft, Google, Amazon, and Meta to name but a few. Moreover, many high-performance businesses, irrespective of sector, have become data companies in their own right.
A high-level delegation from the China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (Sinopec), led by Ma Yongsheng, chairman and secretary of the Leading Party Member Group, was welcomed to Aramco’s headquarters in Dhahran recently by members of the company’s corporate management...
Safety is one of Aramco’s core values, and we are continuously seeking new and innovative ways to improve the safety and well-being of our people. In recognition of annual World Day for Safety and Health at Work (April 28), we take a look at some of our key areas of focus.
From the peak of Cerro Pachón in Chile, the 8.4-meter-wide telescope of the Vera C. Rubin Observatory is set to start scanning the skies this summer. Equipped with the world’s largest digital camera, it will capture images with an unprecedented resolution of 3.2 gigapixels.
Every child deserves the opportunity to explore and learn. In accordance with the company value of citizenship, Ras Tanura Area Producing recently sponsored an educational program for Jubail Orphans Society students to King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (Ithra) in Dhahran.
From the April 20, 2005 edition of The Arabian Sun. If you want to cash in on the cache of the Saudi Aramco brand, there is now a shop where you can do just that, with the launch of a gift outlet at the Saudi Aramco Exhibit.
Just five months after rebranding and relaunching, Aramco’s Energy Radio has won its first international awards. On April 18 in Las Vegas, the New York Radio Awards Storytellers Gala recognized Energy Radio with a bronze award and a finalist award.
From the April 18, 1973 edition of The Arabian Sun. Aramco wanted a full-length motion picture that would do justice to the history of the Arabs from the birth of civilisation to the taking of Riyadh by King ‘Abd al-‘Aziz, one that would capture the spirit of Islam on one hand and the excitement of the discovery of oil at Dhahran on the other.
Aramco recently received a prestigious award for significant contributions to advancing Pipeline Research Council International (PRCI) research initiatives at the PRCI Research Exchange meeting (REX-2023), held in Houston, U.S.
Focusing on education, society, and sustainability, the national hackathon was a competitive event offering the opportunity to work with experts and learn about technologies such as WhisperAPI and ChatGPT.
Maharat Construction Training Center (MCTC) has inaugurated its new one-year Construction Safety Associate Diploma program, which was developed by Aramco and will be offered by Saudi Arabia’s National Training Centers.
Participants in Aramco’s Apprenticeship Program for Non-employees and Industrial Training Department (ITD) staff prepared and distributed Ramadan and Iftar meals as part of Aramco’s community-related initiatives during the Holy Month.
“Breaking fast with pitir manta made with friends and family with the remembrance of God and the stories from our past is an amazing part of my personal Ramadan,” says Baltimore resident Nuriman Mamut Sheets.