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  • Case Study Of The Saudi Aramco Company

    Case study of the Saudi Aramco Company The Saudi Aramco company is the Government-owned company in Saudi Arabia and the biggest oil company in the world. The company is headquartered in Dhahran. The roots of the Saudi Aramco company can be traced back in 1933, a time when the Saudi government granted oil exploration rights to the Standard Oil Company of California (Socal) through a signed oil concession agreement. Later in the same year, a subsidiary company by the name California Arabian Standard Oil Company (Casoc) was created to manage the concession. The company’s search for oil reserves was repeatedly done, and drilling was done for five years to no avail until 1938 when the company finally struck ‘black Gold. ' This was commercial quantities…

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  • Saudi Aramco Case Study

    department of Saudi Aramco (biggest oil company in the world) in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia (Alfares, 1997) Objective was to calculate the current fixed-wing aircraft maintenance worker schedule and come out with solution to improve and to decide the optimum work schedule that fulfills increasing maintenance labor requirements with the lowest cost and highest efficiency. Flight department is responsible for the air transport of the company’s employees and materials to specific areas. The aircraft…

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  • Cyber Warfare Research Paper

    matter what humans invent it will always end up being used for warfare and computers are no different. Cyber warfare is now commonplace throughout the world because just about any country can do it. This causes it to have many various effects throughout the world. “Cyberwarfare is Internet-based conflict involving politically motivated attacks on information and information systems.” (Rouse, 2010) Not much is actually known about the effects of cyber warfare because most cases either go…

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  • Aramco Case Study

    Saudi Aramco Introduction Saudi Aramco is considered to be one of the best and top oil companies worldwide as it explores oil, gas and other type of natural resources such gold and coil (Dipaola & Mahdi 2017). Saudi Aramco is 100 percent owned by Saudis government and it was established back in 1933. Nowadays, Saudi Aramco is number one oil producer and it holds and manages two third of oil crude oil that we have in this planet (Raval, 2016).. This paper will focus on Saudi Aramco and the way…

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  • Case Study: Saudi Arabia Vs. The Globe

    igure 13. Saudi Arabia vs. The Globe (Nelson Complexity Index) Saudi Arabian refineries stand at 6.0, i.e. below the global average of 7.9. The reason for low NCI is because historically Saudi Arabian focus was on upstream business and refineries have been an addition to meet local demand. In the past couple of decades, the demand has grown significantly requiring more complex refineries. Furthermore, Saudi Arabia’s strategic vision to be self-sufficient and net exporter of fuels in the future…

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  • Middle East Economy

    As the Middle East began to grow its presence in the oil market, it began to add jobs. One of the regions largest oil companies, Saudi Aramco, employs over 50,000 Saudis (Saudi Aramco). Because they must globalize, these companies have to continue to educate their employees. Most of these global oil companies offer education pathways for their employees, thus allowing more people in the Middle East to receive a higher education. These oil companies are also giving back to their communities.…

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  • Importance Of Business Performance Technical Writer

    position is responsible for the development of reports and presentations outlining the plans and performance of Saudi Aramco’s Downstream business. Reports include the annual 3-year business plan report, semi-annual accountability reports, and related presentations. The candidate is not responsible for the financial and business performance analysis developed to assess the business, but will work closely with senior analysts to create a concise, cohesive and understandable consolidation of the…

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  • Case Study Of Saudi Arabia

    Background: Saudi Arabia plays a significant role as one of the biggest oil exporter. The country is located in the Middle East. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the biggest and most populated nation on the Arabian Peninsula with a population of over 29.1 million people, is where two of the holy Muslim cities: Mecca and Medina, are located where Islam emerged. Those two cities attract more than 5 million visitors every year. According to Saudi Arabia set for growth in 'cinema at home ', (2011, Apr…

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  • Oil In The Middle East Essay

    The Middle East and their oil production have been an important part of the world’s international business and economy. Oil is one of the most coveted natural resources and the Middle East has held this equity, along with some international power, since the early twentieth century. Oil was first discovered in Saudi Arabia on March 3, 1938; just six years after the territory became the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This discovery would change the world. Over time, Saudi Arabia quickly became the…

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  • Why Is The Middle East Important

    Palestine, and across Syria and Lebanon. The United States and France had been mollified with 23.75% shares of Iraqi production for their oil company. Pg. 102: The Saudi Arabia Case. . A group named the Arabian-American Oil Company (ARAMCO), permanently transformed that American minimal presence, making American companies the dominant force in the world of Middle Eastern petroleum resources. Pg. 107. Beyond its copious oil reserves, which soon proved to be the largest in the world, Saudi Arabia…

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