Following up on an inaugural nonmetallics symposium in 2018 in Tokyo, 2019 saw Saudi Aramco recently host a number of industry specialists, alongside Plastipolis, in Lyon, France. A prominent forum host within Europe's nonmetallics sector, Plastipolis provided a key bridge between Saudi Aramco and potential investors.
In collaboration with our new partner 'NL Cares' – an innovative organization in the field or corporate social responsibility and flexible volunteering – Aramco coordinated a volunteering activity for 50 school children, on 28 November, at 'OBS De Springbok' School.
The world is facing tremendous challenges in meeting the dual requirements of providing energy to a growing population while mitigating the effects of carbon emissions. Key to solving this dilemma is the adoption of new technologies and innovative processes driven by new ways of thinking that often come from outside the industry.
The need to tackle climate change and reduce pollution has never been more important. Much recent focus has been on road vehicles but, with around 90 percent of the world's trade in goods transported by ships, it's increasingly evident that tackling maritime emissions is essential, particularly in international waters where no single country has jurisdiction.
Under the Planet pillar of Aramco Europe's Citizenship program, on 23 October, 30 Aramco-sponsored students volunteered at two community improvement projects – one in South London and the other in Manchester.
Saudi Aramco president and CEO Amin Nasser emphasized the long-term viability of oil and gas as a vital global energy source at Oil and Money conference, London