Achieving technological breakthroughs that power Saudi Aramco and the energy industry forward requires partnerships that can unlock innovating minds.
A fire that started at 5.45 am on Sunday at the Radium residential compound in Al Khobar, Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, has been extinguished.
Saudi Aramco’s Research and Development Center, through its work with FUELCOM, has made headway with several technologies that could alter the landscape of personal mobility.
Mohammed A. Al Qahtani, a business systems analyst working for the Industrial Security Planning and Support Services Department in Saudi Aramco in Dhahran, who overcame significant speech difficulties as a child, became the first Saudi and first Aramcon to win the World Championship in Public Speaking in Las Vegas, Nevada, in the U.S. on Aug. 15.
In managing water resources, countries such as Saudi Arabia find themselves walking a tightrope.
There is a sense of wonder at the iRead camp enrichment forum, a place crowded with dedicated and enthusiastic readers.
Aramco Asia, through close coordination with the China Daily and the China Youth Development Foundation, recently implemented “Opening a Window to the World for Needy Ethnic Minority Children,” a youth program that brought 30 children from needy families in Yunnan province to Beijing.
Protecting the environment is an integral part of what we value here at Saudi Aramco, and to show our commitment to these efforts, the company recently hosted an interactive exhibit focusing on water conservation.
The Saudi Aramco Research & Development Center (R&DC) recently organized the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Saudi Arabian Section of the Combustion Institute.
Saudi Aramco introduced local contractors to the Jazan Economic City (JEC) and the Refinery Complex in a workshop, encouraging contractors to register as vendors.
Saudi Aramco’s EXPEC Advanced Research Center (EXPEC ARC) solved a drilling challenge using date tree waste. EXPEC ARC examined the waste components of local date trees, such as seeds, leaves and trunks, and determined that they effectively seal rock formations in oil and gas wells while drilling, and prevent seepage.
Thirty-three long-standing Saudi Aramco employees from Operations and Business Services were honored at a 35 and 40-year service award ceremony and luncheon held recently at the RT Najmah East Lounge.
Saudi state-run oil giant Aramco earlier this week appointed Huda Al-Ghosn as its executive director of employee relations and training, making her the first women to fill this position in the company’s history.
Eighteen employees were recently recognized during a 25 and 30 year service award ceremony held at the Plaza Conference Center in Dhahran. Huda M. Al-Ghoson, executive director of Human Resources, presided over the event.
Horizontal drilling technology, a real marvel of engineering and scientific innovation, is used extensively to produce thin zones, fractured reservoirs, formations with bottom water, tight gas, heavy oil, and enabling to induce multiple hydraulic fractures in the reservoir.
The 2015 iRead cultural enrichment camp in al-Khobar began this month, with 40 students from middle school up to university level participating.
Being the largest of its kind in the Middle East, Saudi Aramco’s first carbon capture and enhanced oil recovery pilot project demonstrates commitment to environmental stewardship.
The Hot Tap and Stopple (HT&S) team is on 24-hour standby to ensure that no disruption occurs to the company’s flow of oil through its vast network of pipelines.
The University of Oxford has conferred the title of Visiting Professor in Engineering to Gautam Kalghatgi, internationally renowned for research in the fields of fuels, combustion and engines.
Environmental assessment discovers dhubs on intended project site. Dhub, or spiny-tailed lizards, spend most of the day basking in the sun, so they typically inhabit rocky areas with good shelter for when they need to burrow underground.