Royal Inauguration King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture


King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, made an official visit to Saudi Aramco headquarters to inaugurate the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture and five oil and gas projects: Wasit Gas Plant, Manifa oil field, Shaybah natural gas liquids, Shaybah oil increment, and Khurais oil increment.

The five oil and gas projects were inaugurated in Saudi Aramco’s Oil Supply Planning and Scheduling (OSPAS) facility. The projects will enhance the Kingdom’s crude production and processing capability and make more gas available for power and manufacturing. The projects are also an integral step toward meeting the increasing domestic demand for energy and chemicals, and building gas production that increases the use of efficient, cleaner-burning fuel.

The King Abdulaziz Center is the first institution of its kind in the Kingdom, bringing together multiple offerings under one roof to make a positive and tangible impact by building local talent in the knowledge, cultural and creative industries. Blending iconic architectural design with advanced technology, and unique learning methods with enriching programs, the Center is an infinitely inspiring platform for explorers, learners, creators, and leaders. As a thriving hub of knowledge, creativity, and cross-cultural engagement, it will help support a nation rapidly transforming into a knowledge economy. The King Abdulaziz Center is due to open in the second half of 2017 to the public.

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