Mission: Our commitment to remain the world leader in the production of petroleum-based energy is complemented by our commitment to help solve a host of pressing issues. We believe we can make a difference wherever we do business by investing in innovation and entrepreneurship, creating ...
Saudi Aramco is the state-owned oil company of Saudi Arabia and a fully integrated, global petroleum and chemicals enterprise.
Over the past 80 years we have become a world leader in hydrocarbons exploration, production, refining, distribution, shipping and marketing, and the world’s top exporter of crude oil and natural gas liquids (NGLs).
Saudi Aramco’s oil and gas production infrastructure leads the industry in scale of production, operational reliability, and technical advances. Our plants and the people who run them make us the world’s largest crude oil exporter, producing roughly one in every eight barrels of the world’s oil supply.
We manage proven conventional crude oil and condensate reserves of 261.1 billion barrels. Our average daily crude production is 9.54 million barrels per day (bpd), and we have stewardship of natural gas reserves of 294 trillion standard cubic feet (scf).
Headquartered in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, with offices and operations throughout Saudi Arabia, we employ more than 61,000 workers worldwide from 77 countries.
Our subsidiaries and affiliates are located in Saudi Arabia, China, Egypt, Japan, India, the Netherlands, the Republic of Korea, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Today, we are positioned to build upon our prominence as a stable supplier of hydrocarbon resources. By producing petrochemical products, building export refineries and advancing the development of technologies that will result in cleaner fuels designed for the new generation of internal combustion engines, we will continue the work of enhancing lives while safeguarding the planet we all share.
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All upstream operations are in one country.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 10+ months. I interviewed at Saudi Aramco (Houston, TX).
It was a Multi-level interview. At first you will meet with the recruiters who will go through a standard process of vetting, then the manager of the department you will be working for will meet with you to ask you more in relation to the job you will be working, and it could be multiple representatives from the department. They will ask about what training and certifications you obtained as well.
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