Talking tech with Halliburton

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HE Khaled S. Al-Sultan speaks during the opening session of Halliburton’s annual Technology Council meeting in Dhahran Techno Valley.

Saudi Aramco’s aspiration to create an innovation culture, where researchers create game-changing technologies that meet the specific challenges of the Kingdom’s rich natural resources, provided the backdrop for a gathering of senior technology leaders at Halliburton’s annual Technology Council meeting at the Dhahran Techno Valley (DTV).

The council is a gathering of the directors of Halliburton’s 14 research labs around the world, and this was the first time the council had met in Saudi Arabia.

The gathering, held at DTV’s Innovation Center on the King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) campus, was attended by KFUPM Rector and Saudi Aramco Board of Directors member HE Khaled S. Al-Sultan, Halliburton’s vice president of Technology Greg Powers, Saudi Aramco’s Northern Area Oil Operations vice president Nasir K. Al-Naimi, and EXPEC ARC manager Ali A. Al-Meshari, along with Halliburton’s research directors and other dignitaries.

Saudi Aramco’s aspiration to create an innovation culture, where researchers create game-changing technologies that meet the specific challenges of the Kingdom’s rich natural resources, provided the backdrop for a gathering of senior technology leaders at Halliburton’s annual Technology Council meeting at the Dhahran Techno Valley (DTV).

The council is a gathering of the directors of Halliburton’s 14 research labs around the world, and this was the first time the council had met in Saudi Arabia.

The gathering, held at DTV’s Innovation Center on the King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) campus, was attended by KFUPM Rector and Saudi Aramco Board of Directors member HE Khaled S. Al-Sultan, Halliburton’s vice president of Technology Greg Powers, Saudi Aramco’s Northern Area Oil Operations vice president Nasir K. Al-Naimi, and EXPEC ARC manager Ali A. Al-Meshari, along with Halliburton’s research directors and other dignitaries.

Saudi Aramco’s aspiration to create an innovation culture, where researchers create game-changing technologies that meet the specific challenges of the Kingdom’s rich natural resources, provided the backdrop for a gathering of senior technology leaders at Halliburton’s annual Technology Council meeting at the Dhahran Techno Valley (DTV).

The council is a gathering of the directors of Halliburton’s 14 research labs around the world, and this was the first time the council had met in Saudi Arabia.

The gathering, held at DTV’s Innovation Center on the King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) campus, was attended by KFUPM Rector and Saudi Aramco Board of Directors member HE Khaled S. Al-Sultan, Halliburton’s vice president of Technology Greg Powers, Saudi Aramco’s Northern Area Oil Operations vice president Nasir K. Al-Naimi, and EXPEC ARC manager Ali A. Al-Meshari, along with Halliburton’s research directors and other dignitaries.

Saudi Aramco’s aspiration to create an innovation culture, where researchers create game-changing technologies that meet the specific challenges of the Kingdom’s rich natural resources, provided the backdrop for a gathering of senior technology leaders at Halliburton’s annual Technology Council meeting at the Dhahran Techno Valley (DTV).

The council is a gathering of the directors of Halliburton’s 14 research labs around the world, and this was the first time the council had met in Saudi Arabia.

The gathering, held at DTV’s Innovation Center on the King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) campus, was attended by KFUPM Rector and Saudi Aramco Board of Directors member HE Khaled S. Al-Sultan, Halliburton’s vice president of Technology Greg Powers, Saudi Aramco’s Northern Area Oil Operations vice president Nasir K. Al-Naimi, and EXPEC ARC manager Ali A. Al-Meshari, along with Halliburton’s research directors and other dignitaries.