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ARABIAN AMERICAN OIL COMPANY, d/b/a ARAMCO, a corporation, Defendant- Appellee. No. 86-2798. United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. Argued and  

Before being named the Saudi Arabian Oil Company, Saudi Aramco was known as the Arabian-American Oil Company. Now named Aramco (the Arabia American Oil Company), our crude oil production hit 500,000 barrels per day in 1949. Our rapid increase in oil production meant we had to expand our distribution efforts as well. In 1950, we completed the 1,212-kilometer Trans-Arabian Pipeline (Tapline) — the longest in the world. State-owned Saudi Aramco, officially known as Saudi Arabian Oil Company, is the world's biggest oil producer. It is officially based in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia and has an estimated 270 billion barrels in reserves. It is by far the world's most profitable company, eclipsing even tech giants such as Apple Inc. Confirmation of the share sale in Saudi Arabian Oil Co., or Aramco, as the oil giant is usually known, comes about seven weeks after crippling attacks on its oil facilities, underlining Saudi Saudi Aramco traces its beginnings to 1933 when a Concession Agreement was signed between Saudi Arabia and the Standard Oil Company of California (SOCAL). A subsidiary company, the California Arabian Standard Oil Company (CASOC), was created to manage the agreement. The work began right away.

27 Nov 2019 Saudi Arabian Oil Co., or Aramco, invites many superlatives. in the Saudi venture, which by then was called Arabian American Oil Company.

11 Dec 2019 Saudi Arabia's state oil company Saudi Aramco has officially begun trading on its domestic stock market. In its IPO last week, Aramco raised  28 Jan 2019 That is how my father the beatnik wound up working as a suit for the world's largest oil company, Aramco (the Arabian American Oil Co.). 11 Apr 2019 On April 1, 2019, Saudi Arabia-based oil giant Saudi Aramco toppled Apple CASOC became 'Arabian American Oil company', aka Aramco. 28 Apr 2019 Hardhats bear the three logos Aramco has sported over its years. The "AA" logo ( right) stands for Arab American Oil Company, under which title 

Aramco is sponsoring more than 200 graduate students in the U.S. during the 2019-2020 academic year, with 55 of them pursuing doctorate degrees. Two of these doctoral students were recently recognized for their outstanding contributions in university-based research, with promising applications in the energy and chemicals industry.

1 Apr 2019 Saudi Arabian national petroleum and natural gas company, Saudi Aramco was formerly known as Arabian American Oil Company and  16 Dec 1990 When people here refer to The Company, they mean Saudi Aramco. For the Americans at Aramco (short for Arab American Oil Co.), the gulf  16 Feb 2015 Dhahran is a 22.5 square-mile gated compound built for the American expatriate workers of Aramco, the biggest oil company in the world.

Taking aim at the long-held belief that the Arabian American Oil Company, ARAMCO, made miracles happen in the desert, Robert Vitalis shows that nothing  

Confirmation of the share sale in Saudi Arabian Oil Co., or Aramco, as the oil giant is usually known, comes about seven weeks after crippling attacks on its oil facilities, underlining Saudi Saudi Aramco traces its beginnings to 1933 when a Concession Agreement was signed between Saudi Arabia and the Standard Oil Company of California (SOCAL). A subsidiary company, the California Arabian Standard Oil Company (CASOC), was created to manage the agreement. The work began right away. This chapter examines the cultural practices that propelled the expansion of corporate oil production in the Middle East by using a particular instance of creative remapping—a campaign undertaken by the Arabian American Oil Company (Aramco) in the 1940s and 1950s to redefine the potentially oil-rich Buraimi Oasis (in present-day Oman) as a historical territory of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia’s state oil company, Saudi Aramco, is reckoned to be the world’s most valuable company with an estimated value of $2 trillion. Aramco’s history goes back to 1933 when an oil concession agreement was signed between Saudi Arabia and Standard Oil Company. The agreement was subsequently assigned to the California Arabian Standard Oil Company, which later changed its name to the Arabian American Oil Company (for convenience 118 called "Aramco "). Aramco is sponsoring more than 200 graduate students in the U.S. during the 2019-2020 academic year, with 55 of them pursuing doctorate degrees. Two of these doctoral students were recently recognized for their outstanding contributions in university-based research, with promising applications in the energy and chemicals industry.

28 Jan 2019 That is how my father the beatnik wound up working as a suit for the world's largest oil company, Aramco (the Arabian American Oil Co.).

11 Dec 2019 Saudi Arabia's state oil company Saudi Aramco has officially begun trading on its domestic stock market. In its IPO last week, Aramco raised  28 Jan 2019 That is how my father the beatnik wound up working as a suit for the world's largest oil company, Aramco (the Arabian American Oil Co.). 11 Apr 2019 On April 1, 2019, Saudi Arabia-based oil giant Saudi Aramco toppled Apple CASOC became 'Arabian American Oil company', aka Aramco. 28 Apr 2019 Hardhats bear the three logos Aramco has sported over its years. The "AA" logo ( right) stands for Arab American Oil Company, under which title  1 Apr 2019 Saudi Arabian national petroleum and natural gas company, Saudi Aramco was formerly known as Arabian American Oil Company and  16 Dec 1990 When people here refer to The Company, they mean Saudi Aramco. For the Americans at Aramco (short for Arab American Oil Co.), the gulf  16 Feb 2015 Dhahran is a 22.5 square-mile gated compound built for the American expatriate workers of Aramco, the biggest oil company in the world.

State-owned Saudi Aramco, officially known as Saudi Arabian Oil Company, is the world's biggest oil producer. It is officially based in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia and has an estimated 270 billion barrels in reserves. It is by far the world's most profitable company, eclipsing even tech giants such as Apple Inc. Confirmation of the share sale in Saudi Arabian Oil Co., or Aramco, as the oil giant is usually known, comes about seven weeks after crippling attacks on its oil facilities, underlining Saudi Saudi Aramco traces its beginnings to 1933 when a Concession Agreement was signed between Saudi Arabia and the Standard Oil Company of California (SOCAL). A subsidiary company, the California Arabian Standard Oil Company (CASOC), was created to manage the agreement. The work began right away. This chapter examines the cultural practices that propelled the expansion of corporate oil production in the Middle East by using a particular instance of creative remapping—a campaign undertaken by the Arabian American Oil Company (Aramco) in the 1940s and 1950s to redefine the potentially oil-rich Buraimi Oasis (in present-day Oman) as a historical territory of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia’s state oil company, Saudi Aramco, is reckoned to be the world’s most valuable company with an estimated value of $2 trillion. Aramco’s history goes back to 1933 when an oil concession agreement was signed between Saudi Arabia and Standard Oil Company. The agreement was subsequently assigned to the California Arabian Standard Oil Company, which later changed its name to the Arabian American Oil Company (for convenience 118 called "Aramco ").