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Saudi Aramco

Saudi Aramco is a leading producer of the energy and chemicals that drive global commerce and enhance the daily lives of people around the globe. It has proven upstream capabilities and a strategically integrated global downstream network, for its cutting edge sustainability technologies, it has created an unsurpassed value engine that places it in a category all its own.

 

SABIC

From making cars and planes more fuel-efficient, to helping conserve the world’s water supply and enabling colourful smartphone cases, SABIC finds solutions to the challenges of today to help customers achieve their ambitions and build a better tomorrow.

 

TOTAL in Saudi Arabia

Total is a major energy player, which produces and markets fuels, natural gas and low-carbon electricity. Its 100,000 employees are committed to better energy that is safer, more affordable, cleaner and accessible to as many people as possible. Active in more than 130 countries, Total’s ambition is to become the responsible energy major.

 

SATORP

SATORP is a world-class refinery started operation in June 2014. The environmentally friendly that Jubail Refinery is producing a high proportion of white products from heavy crude oil. The refinery is one of the most advanced refineries in the world.

 

Exxon Mobil in Saudi Arabia

ExxonMobil’s long history in Saudi Arabia started more than 90 years ago with the marketing of petroleum products in the Kingdom followed 20 years later by its participation in the original Arabian American Oil Company (Aramco).

 

Dow in Saudi Arabia

Dow has been investing in Saudi Arabia since 1976 and is the largest foreign investor in the country in the petrochemical sector. Dow maintains several joint ventures in the region, including Sadara Chemical Company, a joint venture with Saudi Aramco that reached full commercial operation in 2017. Comprising 26 manufacturing units, Sadara is one of the world’s largest integrated chemical facilities and the largest ever built in a single phase. Dow also has joint ventures with Juffali & Brothers and owns a joint venture stake in Saudi Acrylic Monomer Company (SAMCo).

 

Sadara Chemical Company

Sadara Chemical Company represents a unique alliance between two corporate leaders in their respective industries – Saudi Aramco and The Dow Chemical Company – brought together through shared values and a dedicated vision to create a game changer in the chemical industry.

Sadara is constructing in Jubail Industrial City, Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest chemical complex ever built in a single phase, with 26 integrated world-scale manufacturing plants that will produce more than three million tons of products every year.

 

Sinopec in Saudi Arabia

The Yanbu Aramco Sinopec Refining Company (YASREF) Ltd., a joint venture between Saudi Aramco and China Petrochemical Corporation (Sinopec), is a world-class, full-conversion refinery that covers about 5.2 million square meters in the Yanbu Industrial City, and is the key anchor project in Yanbu.

YASREF uses 400,000 barrels per day (bpd) of Arabian heavy crude oil to produce premium transportation fuels,

 

Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures

Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures is the corporate venturing subsidiary of Saudi Aramco, the world’s leading integrated energy and chemicals company. Its mission is: “to invest globally into early-stage and high growth companies with technologies of strategic importance to Aramco, to accelerate their development and their deployment in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.”

Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures invests in upstream and downstream oil and gas, petrochemicals, renewables, energy efficiency and water sectors. Its objective is to deploy technologies that enhance the identification and management of reserves, enhance primary energy production, improve operational efficiency, increase value capture in downstream processing, and support optimization of Kingdom energy and water consumption.

 

Gulf Downstream Association

The Gulf Downstream Association (GDA) was established by its Founding Companies from Saudi Aramco, Kuwait Petroleum International (KPI), Bahrain Petroleum Company (BAPCO), Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) and Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC). GDA is a non-profit organisation which aims to bring leading Downstream players together to further develop the industry and draw mutual benefits from sharing knowledge and best practices.

 

The Energy Year Saudi Arabia 

As the second-largest crude oil producer and the largest oil exporter in the world, Saudi Arabia found itself at the heart of the storm when the oil price dropped in the summer of 2014. Historically, the country has often acted as a swing producer, adapting its production to either drive up or suppress the oil price. But feeling the threat of the US shale boom and growing competition from developing markets, the country kept up production this time around, producing 12 million bopd on average in 2015, showing it was willing to fight to maintain its market share. Finally, in late 2016, Saudi Arabia agreed with OPEC on a 1.2-million-bopd cut to its production, which stood at 10 million bopd as of October 2017. The country’s Ministry of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources worked to extend the cuts through 2017, seeing a deal reached in May of that year

 

Ministry of Investment of Saudi Arabia

Based on its vision to be a pioneer in developing quality investments that facilitates sustainable development, the Ministry of Investment of Saudi Arabia (MISA) is responsible for following up and assessing investment performance, alleviating the difficulties encountered by investors, conducting studies and research and drafting executive plans to stimulate local investments.

 

In-Kingdom Total Valued Added (IKTVA) Programme

A bedrock of the strategy at Saudi Aramco is to create value in every aspect of  business, maximizing long-term economic growth and diversification.

Through the In Kingdom Total Value Add (IKTVA) program action is being taken to drive additional domestic value creation to support a rapidly changing economic environment and foster future prosperity and produce long-term tangible benefits – quality jobs for a growing Saudi population, innovation and diversification of industry, and increased global competitiveness.

 

International Petroleum Technology Conference

Founded in 2005, the International Petroleum Technology Conference (IPTC) is the flagship multidisciplinary technical event in the Eastern Hemisphere. The scope of the conference programme and associated industry activities address technology and relevant industry issues that challenge industry specialists and management around the world.

IPTC is sponsored by four industry organisations and societies, the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG); the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE); the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG); and the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE).

IPTC is focused on the dissemination of new and current technology, best practices and multi-disciplinary activities designed to emphasise the importance of the value chain and maximising asset value. The knowledge, capabilities and strengths of the participating countries and the sponsoring societies global membership, over the spectrum of multi-disciplinary technologies, are central to the success of the conference and the corresponding exhibition.

 

ADIPEC

ADIPEC is the premium event partner of choice and market leader within the global energy event industry, with ADIPEC 2021 promising a powerful platform for industry stakeholders and its value chain to display their innovation, launch new products, strike partnerships and conduct business that will fast track their recovery and highlight pathways to a successful future. The next full in-person annual exhibition and conferences will take place from November 8 to 11, 2021.