Aramco in Talks to Acquire 10% Stake in Chinese Company Hengli Petrochemical

Aramco in Talks to Acquire 10% Stake in Chinese Company Hengli Petrochemical

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Aramco, one of the world’s leading integrated energy and chemicals companies, has entered into discussions with Hengli Group Co., Ltd. (“Hengli Group”) regarding the potential acquisition of a 10% stake in Hengli Petrochemical Co., Ltd. (“Hengli Petrochemical”), subject to due diligence and required regulatory clearances.

Aramco Recognizes Teams and Departments for Energy-efficiency Efforts

Aramco Recognizes Teams and Departments for Energy-efficiency Efforts

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Aramco’s 2023 Energy Efficiency Awards ceremony was held recently in Dhahran to celebrate teams and departments that have demonstrated energy efficiency enhancement and successfully executed energy efficient initiatives to support the company’s Energy Management Program (EnMP).

Celebrating Tor Eigeland (1931-2024)

Celebrating Tor Eigeland (1931-2024)

BY AramcoWorld / /

Join us as we celebrate our dear friend and longtime contributor Tor Eigeland, 92, who died last week. Tor set sail from his hometown of Oslo, Norway in 1947 at age 16, and he never looked back. In his 20s he transitioned from sailor to journalist...

AramcoWorld Reading Selections - April 17, 2024

AramcoWorld Reading Selections - April 17, 2024

BY AramcoWorld / /

Saudi designer Tima Abid merges contemporary fashion with her own cultural influences. Her collections are earning recognition from Paris to Riyadh and she is redefining bold elegance amid changing times in the Arabian Gulf.

AramcoWorld Reading Selections - April 3, 2024

AramcoWorld Reading Selections - April 3, 2024

BY AramcoWorld / /

Figs are a signature crop in Tunisia. The fruit is currently a part of a Mediterranean research project called FIGGEN that is assessing how these fruit trees thrive as changes in climate are causing other crops to fail. The study aims to plant a seed for preserving the biodiversity of increasingly arid ecosystem.

All the Lands Were Sea

All the Lands Were Sea

BY AramcoWorld / /

According to Enûma EliŠ, in the Bronze Age Babylonian creation story, the world began when the god Marduk built a platform of earth and reeds in the primordial marshes, where all the lands were sea. Such a place still existed as recently as half a century ago.

Desert Venture

Desert Venture

BY Saudi Aramco / /

Enjoy this 1958 film produced by the Standard Oil Company of California, one of the founders of Aramco, which explains the discovery of oil in Saudi Arabia and its industrialization by early American oil men and their Saudi hosts under the leadership of King Abdulaziz al Saud.

AramcoWorld - March 2024

AramcoWorld - March 2024

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.

Aramco Hosts 2024 Talent Acquisition Partners Forum

Aramco Hosts 2024 Talent Acquisition Partners Forum

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Aramco hosted the 2024 International Talent Acquisition Partners (TAP) Forum recently, marking the first time the event has been held in Saudi Arabia. Drawing on its success last year in London, this year’s edition brought together thought leaders from 22 Aramco partners from nine countries.

Aramco and the Direct Air Capture of CO2

Aramco and the Direct Air Capture of CO2

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Aramco is striving to develop technologies that aim to support a lower carbon emissions future through investing in research and technology to support growth and meet global energy demand, while seeking to reduce Scope 1 and Scope 2 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to net zero by 2050 from its wholly owned operated assets.

AramcoWorld Reading Selections - March 14, 2024

AramcoWorld Reading Selections - March 14, 2024

BY AramcoWorld / /

Zainab Bahrani of Columbia University photographs ancient statues and reliefs carved into the rocks of remote Iraq to create a database for conservators and scholars. The effort is “decentering Europe from histories of art and histories of archaeology.”

Former Aramco Editor Donates Artifacts that Include Notes and Records About Historic Employees

Former Aramco Editor Donates Artifacts that Include Notes and Records About Historic Employees

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Just as the company’s history continues to grow and change over the coming years, the Aramco Archive & Records Center will grow and change with it. In that sense, the current Memorabilia Campaign is just the beginning of a process of creating and capturing the living memory of what is certainly one of the most important companies of our times.

Human Capability Initiative: Building Capabilities in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Human Capability Initiative: Building Capabilities in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

BY The Arabian Sun / /

“Artificial intelligence is more likely to augment employees than to replace them,” Nabeel A. Al-Jama’, executive vice president of Human Resources & Corporate Services, told the Human Capability Initiative (HCI) in Riyadh recently. “Building new capabilities for our people is the top talent issue.”

Aramco Announces Full-year 2023 Results

Aramco Announces Full-year 2023 Results

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Aramco today announced its full-year 2023 financial results, reporting a net income of $121.3 billion, its second-highest ever net income. The results, underpinned by Aramco’s unique operational flexibility, reliability and low-cost production base, reflect the company’s ongoing commitment to creating value for its shareholders.

AramcoWorld 75th Series - Reflections on Journeys

AramcoWorld 75th Series - Reflections on Journeys

BY The Arabian Sun / /

In the second of our series celebrating AramcoWorld’s 75th anniversary year, we highlight “visual vagabonding”— a focus on the photographers and their journeys creating vibrant images over the decades.

Public Affairs’ Phil J. Embleton Offers Up Historic Magazines, Books, and Even a Rubber Stamp

Public Affairs’ Phil J. Embleton Offers Up Historic Magazines, Books, and Even a Rubber Stamp

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Just as the company’s history continues to grow and change over the coming years, the Aramco Archive & Records Center will grow and change with it. In that sense, the current Memorabilia Campaign is just the beginning of a process of creating and capturing the living memory of what is certainly one of the most important companies of our times.

SPEECH: LEAP24 — Remarks by Amin Nasser, Aramco President and CEO

SPEECH: LEAP24 — Remarks by Amin Nasser, Aramco President and CEO

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Your Royal Highnesses, Excellencies, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, Let me begin by thanking His Excellency Abdullah Alswaha. Much credit goes to His Excellency, his team and all involved as LEAP has rapidly become one of the world’s leading tech conferences and exhibitions.