Employees get a chance to meet management in Ras Tanura, Marjan, Safaniyah, Fadhili, Wasit, Abqaiq, and Shedgum.
Day in and day out, our people show their commitment to delivering energy that the world needs, and even during the holy month of Ramadan, when many of our employees are fasting, that commitment never wavers. This work is crucial, making Aramco one of the most reliable suppliers of energy to the world, and an engine to the Kingdom’s economy.
To honor that commitment, president and CEO Amin Nasser and other executives toured company facilities where employees in some cases must celebrate Ramadan far from their families. In all, Nasser visited employees in Ras Tanura, Marjan, Safaniyah, Fadhili, Wasit, Abqaiq, and Shedgum.
The CEO expressed gratitude for the hard work and dedication of employees during this tour. Their work enables everything we do, producing millions of oil barrels for the world, providing the transportation fuels that drive economic growth, as well as the feedstock for petrochemicals that are promoting prosperity here at home and abroad.
Aramco CEO Amin Nasser fields questions from employees at Wasit Gas Plant during the CEO's Ramadan tour.
An employee at Aramco's Wasit Gas Plant asks a question during the CEO's Ramadan tour.
President and CEO Amin Nasser talks with a security guard in Abqaiq.
Aramco CEO Amin Nasser and members of management take questions from the audience at the CEO Ramadan Tour's stop in Shedgum.
Aramco CEO Amin Nasser shakes hands and shares greetings with employees in the Safaniyah Onshore Producing Department.
Aramco president and CEO Amin Nasser listens to an update in the Ras Tanura control center during his Ramadan Tour.
Aramco CEO and members of management tour the Fadhili Gas Plant as part of the CEO's Ramadan Tour.
Employees in Abqaiq listen to president and CEO Amin Nasser speak during his Ramadan Tour.
— The Arabian Sun: April 27, 2022