Oil and Gas Companies of Saudi Arabi Saudi Aramco, Saudi Aramco Residential Camp in Dhahran, Abqaiq, Ras Tanura, Dhahran Airfield
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 106. Not illustrated. Chapters: Saudi Aramco, Saudi Aramco Residential Camp in Dhahran, Abqaiq, Ras Tanura, More...
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 106. Not illustrated. Chapters: Saudi Aramco, Saudi Aramco Residential Camp in Dhahran, Abqaiq, Ras Tanura, Dhahran Airfield, Ghawar Field, Udhailiyah, Ali Al-Naimi, Trans-Arabian Pipeline, Thomas Barger, Qatif Project, Shaybah, Aramco Brats, Vela International Marine, Khalid A. Al-Falih, Gas Oil Separation Plant, Saudi Aramco Medical Services Organization, Abdullah S. Jum'ah, Khurais Oil Field, Saudi Aramco World, Max Steineke, Tanajib, Saudi Aramco Beach, Expec Advanced Research Center, Aramco Financial Services Company, Saudi Petroleum International, Saudi Refining, Aramco Training Services Company, Sar201, Aramco Associated Company. Excerpt: Saudi Aramco Residential Camp in Dhahran, casually known by its inhabitants as the Dhahran Camp, is the residential community built by Saudi Aramco for its employees. It is located within the city of Dhahran (Arabic al-dhahrn) in Saudi Arabia's Eastern Province. The Dhahran residential camp is a fenced-in company compound and only Saudi Aramco employees and their dependents may live inside. It is located near the US consulate as well as the Dhahran military airbase, which is located in an area that formerly housed the domestic and international air terminals for the Eastern Province. All commercial air passenger operations have since been moved to King Fahd International Airport in Dammam. The Dhahran camp (Aramco code: DH) is one of three original expatriate oil company compounds or "districts" in the east of the country, along with the camps in Ras Tanura (the refinery and port), and Abqaiq (also Buqayq). Later, other Saudi Aramco compounds were built, such as Udhailiyah, Safaniyah and Tanajib. More recently, the company established housing areas in various other Saudi cities including Jubail, Yanbu, Jeddah and Rabigh among others - though not all of these are self-contained company com...