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Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
Saudi Aramco today announced for the first time its half-year financial results. The Company’s net income was $46.9 billion for the first half 2019, compared to $53.0 billion for the same period last year. Earnings before interest and tax was $92.5 billion, compared with $101.3 billion a year earlier.
Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
Saudi Aramco today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (“MoU”) with China’s Zhejiang Free Trade Zone, in which the Zhoushan Government emphasized its support for incentivizing Saudi Aramco’s greater investment in Zhejiang’s future downstream growth. The MoU was signed in conjunction with a visit to Saudi Aramco’s headquarters in Dhahran by Yuan Jiajun, Governor of the Chinese province of Zhejiang.
Aramco Asia hosts 2019 Suppliers Forum to promote IKTVA and investment opportunities in Saudi Arabia
Aramco Asia hosted today the 2019 Suppliers Forum in Shanghai to promote the In Kingdom Total Value Add (iktva) investment opportunities and investment in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Forging stronger ties in the Far East: Aramco Asia hosts appreciation dinner to recognize chemicals clients
Aramco Asia Chemicals recently hosted an annual appreciation dinner to recognize its customers for their years of trust and support, on the sideline of the International Exhibition on Plastics and Rubber Industries (Chinaplas) in Guangzhou, capital of south China’s Guangdong province.
Aramco Asia, part of Saudi Aramco, was recognized today by Liaoning provincial government for providing immediate disaster relief assistance following the devastating tornado that struck the province in July.
Enabling partnership, innovation and knowledge sharing: Aramco Asia hosts UAV & Robotics Innovation Symposium in China
Aramco Asia, a subsidiary of Saudi Aramco, today hosted an innovation symposium on Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and Robotics to accelerate Aramco’s evaluation and deployment of these technologies for industrial and non-industrial applications.
Sunlight winks and dances on the azure waters of the Arabian Gulf, and the already-hot morning air – well on the way to the day's high of 43°C – carries the sharp tang of salt as the helicopter delivers me to the dive-spot here at the port of Tanajib, 150 miles north of Dammam, Saudi Arabia. I'm not on holiday – though every day's an adventure. I'm a diver in the Underwater Inspection and Repair Unit (UIRU) of Saudi Aramco's Marine Department.