VIDEO: Aramcons share success stories at IPTC
From sustainability to mega-projects, Aramcons from across our operations discuss company’s efforts at International Petroleum Technology Conference.
Aramcons from across our operations played key roles in representing the company and the Kingdom at the recent International Petroleum Technology Conference held in Riyadh. Here are just a few and what they had to say about the programs and the projects the company is working on.
“King Salman Energy Park is one of the Kingdom’s mega-projects. We aim to be the main energy hub by creating an integrated and sustainable ecosystem by attracting global investments,” said Husam Hajjar, investment attraction director at King Salman Energy Park (SPARK).
“We’re showcasing here a couple of our advanced upstream technologies that further our reliability, efficiency, and enable us to be more progressive in optimizing our resources,” said Abdulraof Almulhim of Gas Reservoir Simulation.
“The CO2 EOR (Enhanced Oil Recovery) sequestration demonstration project is one of Saudi Aramco’s carbon management and circular carbon economies initiatives that contribute to creating a sustainable future,” said Deena Tayyib, petroleum engineer.
“Digital ARC (Advanced Research Center) is our one-stop shop for Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies. It’s cloud-based, so all the technologies are located in one location where a user and a developer can work together in order to maximize the potential of these technologies,” geophysicist Abdulrahman Alshuhail said.
“The Sensor Ball is an autonomous and tethered logging system to measure pressure and temperature as a function of depth for well integrity,” petroleum engineer Khalid Alruwaili said.
“Spice Rack is one our disruptive technologies that utilizes advanced robotic solutions to revolutionize offshore exploration,” said petroleum engineer Raed Alouhali.
“We are here at IPTC today to present Saudi Aramco’s diversity and inclusion efforts that meet our sustainability. Saudi Aramco wants to be a role model for D&I in the Kingdom and beyond,” said Human Resources analyst Muneera Aldamer.