Towering across freeways, greeting you at arrival and departure halls of airports, throughout the Kingdom’s newspapers and across multiple digital channels, as befits one of the world’s most prominent companies, Aramco’s first ever brand awareness campaign is being delivered at scale.
As Saudi Aramco expands the Kingdom’s conventional and unconventional oil and gas resources through discovery and reservoir development, cost-effective geophysical methods are being implemented.
In April 2015, some 25 students met for a one-week workshop in Fez to learn the art of Islamic geometry where walls, windows, doors and satellite dishes tessellate at twilight into a patchwork pattern in the madinah, or walled old city, of Fez, Morocco.
Saudi Aramco Announces its Intention to Establish a JV with Air Products and ACWA Power and Signs Seven MoUs at The Future Investment Initiative in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Aramco today announced its intention to establish the Jazan Power Joint Venture. The JV will be 46% owned by Air Products, 25% by ACWA Power, 20% by Saudi Aramco and 9% by Air Products Qudra. In addition, the Company signed seven MoUs at the Future Investment Initiative (FII) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
At a regional meeting of oil companies to discuss methods for environmental stewardship last week, Saudi Aramco shared some of its best practices in the prevention of oil spills, and methods of environmental preservation.
Abqaiq The Friendly City Gazette is a free monthly publication published by the Southern Area/Central Region Community Services Department for Saudi Aramco employees and dependents in Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia.
Ras Tanura Refinery Clean Fuels Project has placed its heaviest and largest piece of equipment — a naphtha splitter column weighing 544 tons.
Destructive flames rose into the shattered stillness of Eastern Saudi Arabia’s predawn autumn sky last month, maliciously seeking to burn the world’s largest crude oil stabilization facility, Abqaiq Plants.
It was a Cairo composer who produced the world’s first electronic remix 75 years ago. Today, EDM fans and DJs from across the globe are gathering on the shores of the Red Sea at the annual Sandbox Festival.
In this issue, learn more about how to teach kids about safety, improve your online security, and promote inclusion of people with disabilities within your community.
Saudi Aramco President & CEO Amin H. Nasser today attended the Saudi - Russian CEO Forum hosted in Riyadh as part of the state visit of the Russian President Vladimir Putin. At the Forum, Nasser noted the growing importance of Saudi Aramco’s evolving strategic relationship with Russian companies.
Internal corrosion in pipelines is one of the most significant challenges facing Saudi Aramco on a daily basis, more than 200 attendees from Saudi Aramco organizations were told recently at a forum and exhibition.
"Net Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions This Century A Challenge To Us All", CTO Addressing Climate Change
At the Science and Technology in Society (STS) forum held Monday in Kyoto, Japan, Ahmad O. Al-Khowaiter, Saudi Aramco’s chief technology officer, said “the challenge for our generation is to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions, within this century.”
Attendees of the seventh Global HSE Conference and Exhibition in Bahrain last week were told that “a strong foundation of health, safety, and environmental (HSE) protection” is a must for companies such as Saudi Aramco to maintain its social license to operate.
The future of geophysics and how the world’s surface and subsurface is viewed increasingly depends on the speed of technology to gather, process, and interpret data to make energy exploration business decisions.
"Aramco Expatriate Schools started with one child — an American boy. Seventy-five years later, we have children — both boys and girls — from 70 nationalities."
A marvel of ultramodern architecture and engineering inspired by a simple arrangement of stones, The King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture, or Ithra, is one of Saudi Arabia’s newest sources of energy—creativity, culture and knowledge.
The first Saudi movie to premier in the country, “Born a King,” was screened at the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (Ithra) during Saudi National Day celebrations. Based on the life of King Faisal ibn ‘Abd Al-‘Aziz Al Sa’ud, the movie recounts the tale of a then 13-year old prince, who was sent on a high-stakes diplomatic mission to Britain.
An area blessed with some of the planet’s most precious biodiversity thrives within the lower slopes of Saudi Arabia’s mighty southwest mountain range.
Over the past two months, film crews have descended on the cities of Dhahran, Al Majmaah, and Riyadh, recreating scenes from Saudi Arabia’s history for a film that celebrates Saudi National Day.