Saudi Aramco (The Saudi Arabian Oil Company) is the state-owned oil company of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It ranks first among oil companies worldwide in terms of crude oil production and exports, and natural gas liquids (NGL) exports, and are among the leading producers of natural gas. They’re also among the world’s leading refiners and are moving further downstream into chemicals production. Saudi Aramco has stewardship over the world’s largest oil reserves — roughly one fifth of the global total — at more than 260 billion barrels. Aramco Services Company (ASC) is the U.S.-based subsidiary of the world’s leading oil producing and exporting company, the Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco). It manages the world’s largest oil reserves, roughly one fifth of the global total.

Saudi Aramco however is more than a fully-integrated, global petroleum enterprise. It is also one of the Middle East’s largest employers of medical staff. A 4,000-strong multinational team of medical professionals work in SAMSO (Saudi Aramco Medical Service Organisation), in some of the most refined health care facilities in the world. State-of-the-art hospitals are hosts to varied and multicultural medical personnel from all over the world including doctors, nurses, medical technologists and medical secretaries. Saudi Aramco have created a very attractive financial and benefits package; including in subsidized housing, travel vacation allowances and medical facilities, which go beyond the basics for expatriate employees. Some which included gyms, swimming pools, running tracks, tennis courts etc. There are clubs and societies for language, theatre and travel groups to mention but a few.

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