Aramco and Cognite Join Forces in New Data Venture

Aramco and Cognite Join Forces in New Data Venture

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Aramco and Cognite, a global leader in industrial software, have launched CNTXT, a joint venture based in Saudi Arabia. Headquartered in Riyadh, CNTXT looks to support the Kingdom’s industrial digitalization, and the wider Middle East/North Africa (MENA) region.

Aramco Enters Ranking as Top Oil and Gas Brand Globally

Aramco Enters Ranking as Top Oil and Gas Brand Globally

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Aramco has made its debut in the world’s most definitive brand valuation ranking as the top international oil company (IOC). Aramco is the highest new entrant in this year’s BrandZ ranking and the achievement is all the more remarkable given none of our IOC competitors have featured in the ranking since 2020. It is also the first time a company from the GCC has made the top 20.

President’s Excellence Awards

President’s Excellence Awards

BY The Arabian Sun / /

In its 89th year, Aramco is making headlines for its performance among the world’s most valuable publicly listed companies. It is recognized globally as a technology leader, with the Abqaiq oil processing facility, ‘Uthmaniyah gas plant, and Khurais oil complex all having Global Lighthouse status from the World Economic Forum for their use of Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies.

Award-winning Saudi Documentary Sheds Light on Emotional Cost of Gulf War

Award-winning Saudi Documentary Sheds Light on Emotional Cost of Gulf War

BY Arab News / /

It has taken more than three decades, but there is finally a documentary of the 1991 first Gulf war that provides an intense look at the emotional and mental cost of that conflict. “Memories from the North,” which won the Best Short Documentary award at the recent Saudi Film Festival at Ithra, was produced, directed and written by Abdulmohsen Al-Mutairi, a gifted storyteller and Arabic-language journalist.

Memory Lane: Busy Piers, Growing Rice, A King’s Passing, and Shaybah Wildlife

Memory Lane: Busy Piers, Growing Rice, A King’s Passing, and Shaybah Wildlife

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Here are some interesting headlines over the past 70 years at Aramco. Twenty-two vessels unloaded 40,000 tons of cargo at Dammam port last May. Both the tonnage and the number of ships broke all previous records. Already, new records are being made. On June 7, 13 ships were offloading or waiting to off load. A year ago, 13 freighters was the record for the month.

Aramco Wins Two Gold Green World Awards

Aramco Wins Two Gold Green World Awards

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Aramco’s South Ghawar Producing Department (SGPD) recently won the gold award in two categories at the Green World Awards ceremony, with a first place in “Industry/Energy Management” for SGPD’s Energy Management Program (EnMP), and for “Carbon Reduction” for the zero flaring invention to boost production from low-pressure oil wells and revival of dead wells.

Saudi Aramco Journal of Technology – Spring 2022

Saudi Aramco Journal of Technology – Spring 2022

BY Saudi Aramco News / /

The Aramco Journal of Technology is published quarterly by the Saudi Arabian Oil Company, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, to provide the company’s scientific and engineering communities a forum for the exchange of ideas through the presentation of technical information aimed at advancing knowledge in the hydrocarbon industry.

AramcoWorld Reading Selections - June 08, 2022

AramcoWorld Reading Selections - June 08, 2022

BY AramcoWorld / /

It’s a damp, cold October night in Berlin, but along Hauptstraße in the Friedenau district, inside the famed Zig Zag Jazz Club, the crowd waiting for Alaa Zouiten is lively, chattering and warm.

A Look Back: Aramco TV On The Air

A Look Back: Aramco TV On The Air

BY AramcoWorld / /

Second oldest Arabic-language television station in the Middle East, Aramco TV puts together a daily schedule with a dual mission—education and recreation for its 100,000 viewers in Saudi Arabia. One evening several months ago an American on a business trip to Dhahran, Saudi Arabia stirred his after-dinner coffee and watched the flickering image on his host's television screen come into focus.

Women Leading and Working in The Flower Industry

Women Leading and Working in The Flower Industry

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Skin-care products factory “Roseyar,” one of Aramco’s newer citizenship initiatives, is using Taif’s exclusive rose attar to empower local women. Roseyar, inaugurated early in 2021 with 40 employees — technicians and admin staff — offers local Saudi women, who have limited opportunity to earn an income, to work with a team producing a range of six rose-fragranced body products. The philanthropic venture is showing notable personal and financial returns.

Eighth Edition of The Saudi Film Festival Celebrates Gulf Filmmakers at Ithra

Eighth Edition of The Saudi Film Festival Celebrates Gulf Filmmakers at Ithra

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Some of the biggest names in Gulf cinema are heading to the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (Ithra) from June 2-9, in Dhahran, for the eighth edition of the Saudi Film Festival. This year’s theme, “Poetic Cinema,” honors Khalil Al-Rawaf, the first Arab Hollywood star, and director Khalid Al-Siddiq, a pioneer of Kuwaiti cinema.

Taif’s Flowers: A Blooming Industry

Taif’s Flowers: A Blooming Industry

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Deep cultural history, economics, and female empowerment fragrantly waft together across the soaring peaks of the Sarawat mountain range in western Saudi Arabia’s Makkah Province. For three centuries, the exquisite pink hues of damask roses have nestled each spring in ancient farm fields ploughed among the giant granite boulders of Taif’s imposing 2,000 meter mountain slopes.

Vice President of Exploration Misfir A. AzZahrani Retires

Vice President of Exploration Misfir A. AzZahrani Retires

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Misfir A. AzZahrani’s career spanned across a transformative time period for the company, with early assignments that helped to build and develop Aramco’s nascent gas program into a global leader, which does not only meet domestic energy needs, but also helps the Kingdom reach its ambitious economic Vision 2030 plans.

AramcoWorld Reading Selections - May 25, 2022

AramcoWorld Reading Selections - May 25, 2022

BY AramcoWorld / /

As a rumbling furnace fires up, glowing orange at 1,500 degrees Celsius, Sadika Keskes blows through a long, thin metal pipe to gradually inflate a hot, heavy bubble of molten glass. Slight, spry and focused, she moves from the furnace flames to a nearby water-cooling basin and back to the furnace to continue shaping her glass creation.

Memory Lane: Looking Back Across the Decades

Memory Lane: Looking Back Across the Decades

BY The Arabian Sun / /

Charles F. Rocheville, with 30 years of experience as a pilot, is setting up "shop" at the Dhahran airport to handle Aramco's air transportation. In 1916-17, he served as an instructor for the Royal Flying Corps in Toronto, Canada, and when America entered the War, he transferred to the U.S. Navy and was assigned to aviation. He served in both World War I and II.

New Research Facility Accelerates Future of Upstream R&D

New Research Facility Accelerates Future of Upstream R&D

BY The Arabian Sun / /

With its EXPEC Advanced Research Center (EXPEC ARC), Aramco is creating game changing technologies and solutions that add immense value to operations. Recently, EXPEC ARC’s capabilities were taken to the next level with a newly constructed state-of-the-art building in Dhahran. The new facility is custom-fit to help EXPEC ARC become the preeminent center for Upstream R&D...

AramcoWorld - May 2022

AramcoWorld - May 2022

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.

AramcoWorld Reading Selections - May 11, 2022

AramcoWorld Reading Selections - May 11, 2022

BY AramcoWorld / /

Some 50 countries exhibited in Expo 2020 Dubai’s Sustainability District, which centered on the slanted oval of Terra—the Sustainability Pavilion. Two other themed districts—Opportunity and Mobility—comprised three “petals” of the expo’s nearly five square kilometers. Along walkways leading to the district’s entry portals, designers inscribed the 17 Sustainable Development Goals adopted in 2015 by 193 countries of the United Nations.