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DHAHRAN, December 12, 2019
Saudi Aramco’s Geophysical team are looking for a better way to acquire seismic data and map Saudi Arabia’s subsurface.
DHAHRAN, November 30, 2019
Understanding the geology of Saudi Arabia requires the application of multiple disciplines.
ABU DHABI, November 11, 2019
Saudi Aramco welcomes the scope of Industrial Revolution 4.0 "science fiction“ technology
FLORENCE, Italy, January 31, 2019
The remarks of Mohammed Y. Al Qahtani, SVP of Upstream, at the Saudi Aramco, Baker Hughes, G.E. Annual Meeting 2019 in Florence, Italy
ABU DHABI, UAE, November 15, 2018
Saudi Aramco successfully concluded its participation in the 2018 Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC) held November 12-15 in Abu Dhabi by reinforcing its leadership position in the regional and global energy industry.
DHAHRAN, November 07, 2018
The Society for Petroleum Engineers (SPE) has selected three Saudi Aramco Upstream professionals as SPE International distinguished lecturers for the 2019-2020 lecture season.
HOUSTON, Texas, U.S., October 24, 2018
Innovative robotized solution for seabed seismic acquisition honored at event.
DHAHRAN, September 10, 2018
Mohammed Y. Al-Qahtani, Saudi Aramco Senior Vice President for Upstream and Chairman of the Dhahran Techno Valley Company Advisory Committee, attended the annual Dhahran Techno Valley event today, where he delivered a keynote speech titled: “Taking Dhahran Techno Valley to the Next Level.”
DHAHRAN, August 29, 2018
Saudi Aramco and MSU to conduct joint research programs on upstream technology. A new Saudi Aramco Research Center will also be established at MSU Science Park in Moscow.
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, USA, June 07, 2018
Aramco’s ongoing role in supporting the AAPG agenda for the annual show, as well as regional and special topic conferences, is shaping the industry discussion and is part of the company’s commitment to industry leadership.
DHAHRAN, November 23, 2016
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