Abdullah M. Al-Ghamdi has retired as vice president of Gas Operations after a career spanning 37 years. Al-Ghamdi was recognized at a ceremony in Aramco’s Dhahran headquarters by corporate management. Nabil K. Al-Dabal, outgoing vice president of Human Resources (HR), has praised Aramco’s efforts on employee development on his retirement from the company.
"Over the past 30 years, Aramco and China's bilateral relations have grown far beyond the buying and selling of crude oil, to a diversified investment portfolio, and even joint operations." — Mohammed Y. Al-Qahtani.
Anthony G. “Tony” Morcos will be retiring from Aramco after more than 13 years in Saudi Arabia, and more than 11 years with the company. His most recent position has been a facilities planning specialist in the Process Automation Group of the Facilities Planning Department.
Aramco has launched a new medium of transportation for employees commuting from al-Hasa to Abqaiq, utilizing the existing rails with a new scheduled trip, designated for Aramco employees.
At the end of the 19th century, the East African archipelago of Zanzibar was the capital of cloves. Ninety percent of the world’s cloves grew there. People used cloves for numbing a toothache, seasoning a biryani or pulao rice dish or even for stringing into an ornamental, aromatic necklace.
Exploring the island nation of Bahrain means venturing between two contrasting realities: The futuristic modern architecture and the ancient fortresses by the sea. On an island so attentive to modernity you would never expect to find in the downtown alleys the beauty of dwellings from the past.
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In 1980 Saint Laurent acquired Jardin Majorelle, his third and largest Marrakesh villa and former home of another French artist whose life and work was inspired by the city; painter and gardener Jacques Majorelle. The Jardin Majorelle is now a popular museum and garden.
Aramco just announced its second quarter 2021 financial results, reporting a 288% increase in net income from the same quarter of last year to $25.5 billion and declaring a dividend of $18.8 billion. The company’s net income for the first half of the year was $47.2 billion, representing a 103% increase over the same period in 2020.
The Saudi Arabian Oil Company (“Aramco” or “the Company”) today announced its second quarter 2021 financial results, reporting a 288% increase in net income from the same quarter of last year to $25.5 billion and declaring a dividend of $18.8 billion. The Company’s net income for the first half of the year was $47.2 billion, representing a 103% increase over the same period in 2020.
Khalid K. Al-Mulhim has been appointed as executive director of Corporate Affairs, effective August 1, 2021. He had previously been serving in the role in an acting capacity from April 2021. In his role he directs and administers all of the company’s interactions with government and non-government agencies.
In pursuit of improving the quality of life for Aramco employees and their families, new facilities have been recently introduced to the Dhahran community located in Jebel Heights. The newly opened facilities were inaugurated by the senior vice president of HR & Corporate Services, Nabeel A. Al-Jama’ and the then executive director of Community Services, Faisal A. Al Hajji on July 29, 2021.
With reference to recent reports claiming that the Company will embark on Bitcoin mining activities, Aramco confirms that these claims are completely false and inaccurate.
The Saudi 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.
Living “on camp,” as locals put it, is a rewarding and memorable experience. From backyard BBQs and early morning swims to games of tennis and tee times on the golf course, anyone who has lived in an Aramco community shares an extraordinary bond that comes from working and socializing together.
Hussain M. Al Haleimi will be retiring from Aramco after more than 44 years with the company. His most recent position has been manager of Gas Drilling & Workover Operations. Al Haleimi joined the company in 1977 as a trainee in the Industrial Training Center in al-Hasa.
Chandresh Verma, a drilling engineering specialist in the Workover Engineering Department, after more than 15 years of service in Aramco, will see his last working day with the company on July 31. Verma joined Aramco in 2006 in Drilling & Workover (D&WO), with 22 years of prior experience in onshore and offshore oil field operations, engineering, and contract.
The scene of a hero chasing an ostrich comes to life like a movie still when a 3-centimeter cylinder of chalcedony carved in Mesopotamia more than 3,000 years ago is rolled over a strip of clay.
Dear colleagues, The blessed holiday of ‘Id al-Adha next week comes at a time of cautious optimism for all of us. On the positive side, COVID-19 vaccines are proving effective and there are hopeful signs that a global recovery is underway.
There’s no doubt that many of the boons that we enjoy today were not available to our fathers and grandfathers, their days often fraught with hardship. Just in a few decades, the Kingdom and world in general, have seen remarkable change and advancement.