Panjin, China, March 23, 2019
Remarks by Amin H. Nasser, Saudi Aramco President and CEO
Beijing, China, February 22, 2019
Third MoU with Zhejiang Energy aimed at exploring potential investment in retail network in Eastern Region of China, in addition to other related downstream investments.
Beijing, CHINA, February 22, 2019
Saudi Aramco will supply up to 70% of the crude feedstock for the complex, which is expected to start operations in 2024.
Shanghai, China, February 13, 2019
On Jan. 17, the first cargo of the high-density polyethylene unified bag design from FREP was delivered to an end user in Jinjiang, Fujian Province, China. This represents a major milestone toward promoting Aramco Chemicals products’ global branding, and giving Aramco Chemicals bags a unique visual identity.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, November 27, 2018
Aramco are expanding chemical business both in Saudi Arabia and in fast-growing overseas markets like China and India.
Wuxi, China, November 09, 2018
This cooperation aims to develop ultra-low emission fuel and engine technologies that would meet the most stringent future emission regulations.
October 24, 2018
From its first crude oil cargo delivery to China 27 years ago, Saudi Aramco has provided the energy that has powered China’s rapid and intense modernization. It’s a relationship that has benefited both countries, through two very complementary development strategies.
Zhoushan, China, October 19, 2018
Saudi Aramco recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Chinese Zhejiang provincial government to acquire a share of Zhejiang Petrochemical’s new refinery project. The signing ceremony was held during the 2nd International Petroleum and Natural Gas Enterprises Conference (IPEC).
Dhahran/Paris, October 08, 2018
The complex will be integrated with the world-class SATORP refinery, the flagship JV of both companies, adding a new slate of products in the Kingdom, boosting revenue, and further diversifying its economic and industrial activities.
DHAHRAN, SAUDI ARABIA, October 07, 2018
In one of the most comprehensive oil field carbon intensity (CI) studies ever published, a global team led by Stanford University has calculated the CI of the world’s active oil fields — with significant results for Saudi Arabia.