Global research centers
Our global research network has facilities located in targeted innovation hubs in the United States, Europe, and Asia. With a global network that spans the world, our scientific research continues literally around the clock.
Sustainable solutions for long-term value
Establishing and growing a global research and technology presence is an integral component of our drive to develop breakthrough solutions for the challenges faced by our industry and energy consumers everywhere.
The network we have established reflects our belief that investments in technology development are critical to ensure future generations can enjoy the economic benefits of a sustainable energy supply, while also protecting the natural environment.
Our Global Research Network enables innovative research in high-impact, long-term, value-creating domains.
In-Kingdom research centers
Satellite centers and technology offices
Square feet of lab and research space at our Houston Research Center
Professionals will be housed in a new facility at our headquarters in Dhahran
Aramco Research Center - Boston
The greatest opportunity to reduce emissions from tomorrow’s automotive sector comes from developing innovative and efficient internal combustion engine technologies today. Through our global research centers, we are reengineering the internal combustion engine and advancing game-changing transportation technologies that could significantly reduce emissions and improve fuel efficiency for energy consumers around the world.
Yanbu Refinery becomes fourth Aramco facility to receive WEF Global Lighthouse Network status
Aramco extends successful partnership with Aston Martin Formula One® Team to become official title partner
Aramco wins global Infrastructure & Building Award for smart city platform A’amer
Aramco and ENOWA to develop first-of-its-kind e-fuel demonstration plant
Crude Oil to Chemicals
Chemicals is the fastest growing crude oil demand sector. It is also the fastest growing segment of our business. So we’re working hard to develop new, more efficient ways to convert crude oil into chemicals.
For some, the idea of an oil and gas company positively contributing to the climate challenge is a contradiction. We don’t think so.