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    Launching the Kingdom’s first carbon capture project

    Being the largest of its kind in the Middle East, Saudi Aramco’s first carbon capture and enhanced oil recovery pilot project demonstrates commitment to environmental stewardship. Saudi Aramco has launched the Kingdom’s first carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) project and CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) project at its’ ‘Uthmaniyah and Hawiyah NGL facilities.

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    Aramco registered its first LPG customer and fifth crude oil customer in China

    Aramco registered Wanhua Chemical Group Co., Ltd as the company’s first LPG customer in China on April 14, 2015 and registered ChemChina Petrochemical Co., Ltd as its fifth crude customer in the country on April 28, 2015.

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    Saudi Aramco, HKUST celebrate first cohort of 29 MBA graduates

    Saudi Aramco and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) on June 6 hosted a graduation dinner for 29 Saudi Aramco employees who recently completed their Master's of Business Administration (MBA) programs from the HKUST Business School in Hong Kong.

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    Beijing Research Center: Driving innovation with China, the world

    Aramco inaugurates the Beijing Research Center (BRC), marking another milestone in the company’s journey toward becoming a global industry leader in research and technology. The research facility is part of a network of centers and technology offices that are expanding Saudi Aramco’s global reach in North America, Europe, and Asia.

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    One Belt, One Road

    The message from China’s policymakers at this year’s China Development Forum (CDF) was clear: Innovation and integration are key drivers of China’s next phase of ‘new normal’ development. And Saudi Aramco is well positioned to play a more active role in the country’s quest for greater energy security while it targets high-quality economic growth and living standards, president and CEO Khalid A. Al-Falih said in Beijing earlier this week.

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    Connecting to the world: Aramco Asia Websites launched

    “The new Aramco Asia websites mark a new era for digital communications in the rapid growing region.” –Khalid A. Al-Falih

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    Caixin interview of Saudi Aramco CEO Falih

    Saudi Aramco is already China's largest crude supplier, providing about 13 percent of the country's needs. But Al-Falih sees the company and its owner, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, getting even closer to the Middle Kingdom. Al-Falih said Saudi Aramco wants to work with China on downstream chemical projects and in the consumer products sector. He also sees his company's oil deliveries to China "potentially doubling at some point in time."

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