As a world energy leader, Aramco is committed to promoting industry excellence. The company took a unique approach to exemplify this commitment by hosting a forum that brought together technology leaders from multiple industries.
Executives of Saudi Aramco and Dow Chemical toured the nearly completed Sadara complex in Jubail on April 30 to inaugurate the first six plants and control rooms, using the opportunity to be updated by major contracting partners on the work that remains to be completed.
International experts gathered in al-Khobar to discuss the challenges of balancing the ever-growing worldwide need for energy with the responsibility of doing so in an environmentally sustainable manner.
A young Saudi Aramco firefighter has helped raise in excess of $2 million for a leukemia charity by stair climbing 69 stories of a U.S. high-rise building while carrying a full kit of life-saving equipment.
The company has taken another stride toward becoming a global leader in technology, and research and development with the opening of the Beijing Research Center (BRC) in Beijing, China last week.
Nasser joined the company after graduating with a bachelor's degree in petroleum engineering from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals in Dhahran in 1982.
Saudi Aramco has announced that His Excellency Mr. Khalid A. Al-Falih has been appointed Chairman of the Board of the Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco).
Global energy leaders gathered for the 34th IHS Energy CERAWeek to discuss innovation and unconventional gas against a down cycle backdrop that the conference characterized as the “new normal.”
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman ibn ‘Abd al-‘Aziz Al Sa‘ud has appointed Mr. Khalid A. Al Falih as Minister of Health.
Saudi Aramco’s Board of Directors held its annual spring meeting in Seoul, Korea last week.
DHAHRAN — Have you ever wondered what the term “wildcatting” means in the process of drilling an oil field or about the role of Saudi Aramco’s Environmental Protection Department?
Saudi Aramco publishes Aramco World six times a year to increase cross-cultural understanding.
Key high-level representatives from Saudi Aramco, the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC)/Colleges of Excellence (CoE) and King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) recently attended the first implementation workshop in al-Khobar establishing the National Power Academy (NPA).
After recently exporting its first high-quality diesel fuel, YASREF reached another milestone last week by loading 49,000 tons of petcoke.
A breakthrough study by some Saudi Aramco scientists, engineers and environmentalists, supported by the company’s Environmental Protection Department (EPD) regulations, has identified an alternative source of injection water that will help to conserve the Kingdom’s scarce groundwater reserves.
The King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture is an extension of Saudi Aramco’s corporate vision and a continuation of its work to create a knowledge based society. Its opening is just a year away.
Ten best innovations selected for recognition from among 148 contributions, ranging from aerial detection of oil spills to amendments to radios, desktops, security gates, and drilling rigs.
Aramco Asia’s five new websites were officially launched last week by Saudi Aramco president and CEO Khalid A. Al-Falih.
Drivers from al-‘Ula in northwestern Saudi Arabia welcome Annuitants Reunion travelers to a viewing point high above the valley linking that thriving town to the Nabataean city of Madain Salih, a trading city that flourished some 2,000 years ago.
Under the patronage of HE Abdullah Al-Hussayen, Minister of Water and Electricity, and in the presence of Ahmad Al-Baghdadi, Deputy Minister for Water Affairs, the 2015 Water Arabia Conference and Exhibition was held in al-Khobar under the theme “Innovative & Reliable Water and Wastewater Technologies for Sustainable Water Quality.”