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DHAHRAN, December 08, 2020
Aramco and Baker Hughes (NYSE:BKR) have announced the formation of Novel, a 50/50 Joint Venture (JV) to develop and commercialize a broad range of non-metallic products for multiple applications in the energy sector.
DHAHRAN, September 27, 2020
A significant step towards a sustainable hydrogen usage and a circular carbon economy.
May 14, 2020
Under the MoU, JXTG plans to invest in a 23,000 tons per year state-of-the-art ENB plant, that will use feedstock from the Amiral complex in Jubail, located on Saudi Arabia’s eastern coast. JXTG has launched the feasibility study of the ENB plant in April 2020.
RIYADH, February 25, 2020
CTO highlights Saudi Aramco R&D efforts to reduce carbon capture cost and create viable utilization applications
LYON, France, January 08, 2020
We see the huge shift in technology that has shaped material science, providing new material and solutions to our industry, Senior Vice President of Technical Services, says.
DETROIT, Michigan, U.S., December 12, 2019
Unveiling a low CO2 Class 8 heavy-duty truck with a mobile carbon capture system that dramatically reduces CO2 emissions at the tailpipe.
ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates, September 10, 2019
Another turning point of history when the petroleum industry led the turn.
DHAHRAN, July 01, 2019
Agreement aligned with company’s strategy to play a leading role in accelerating the deployment of the nonmetallic materials business globally, producing non-metallic materials in the Kingdom would unlock opportunities for local manufacturers and facilitate knowledge transfer.
MANAMA, Bahrain, March 25, 2019
Attendees gathering from across world of petrochemicals, chemicals, technology, engineering and research institutions.
HOUSTON, Texas, U.S., March 20, 2019
Company’s technology strategists and researchers discussing latest solutions and technologies to drive sustainability in the industry at CERAWeek 2019.
GENEVA, Switzerland, March 07, 2019
The suite of innovative technologies that Saudi Aramco will be showcasing at the event have been developed by Saudi Aramco’s global research teams in collaboration with leading car manufacturers and technology developers.
DHAHRAN, January 29, 2019
New technology has potential to significantly increase efficiency and yield of chemicals production, converting more than 60% of a barrel of crude oil into chemicals.
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.
TOKYO, Japan, November 14, 2018
Theme of first non-metallic symposium “Endless Possibilities by Chemical Integration” , serving as a platform for industry majors to exchange ideas on future nonmetallic business opportunities and showcase their development work.
DHAHRAN, November 01, 2018
The announcement by Saudi Aramco and SABIC, the two largest industrial entities in the Kingdom, reflects the high importance both companies place on making the Kingdom a key hub for global chemicals production.
MANAMA, Bahrain, October 23, 2018
Toward a Competitive Downstream Through innovation, Collaboration and Technology
MANAMA, Bahrain, October 02, 2018
In line with Saudi Vision 2030 to escalate the Kingdom’s global economic ranking, Saudi Aramco focuses on the use of non-metallic materials.
DHAHRAN, August 08, 2018
Saudi Aramco Technologies Company, Mazda and the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology announce a cooperative research program to develop advanced engine/fuel combinations.
HOUSTON, Texas, U.S., July 22, 2018
With startup in 2025, the fully integrated Crude Oil to Chemicals (COTC) complex is on track to become the largest of its kind in the world.
Dhahran, April 26, 2018
In a second significant step toward the implementation of Saudi Aramco and SABIC’s fully-integrated crude oil-to-chemicals (COTC) complex ...
NOVI, Michigan, USA, April 25, 2018
Aramco Performance Materials (APM) uses a proprietary catalyst that takes waste CO2 as a main feedstock and combines it with propylene oxide to create a polyol.