Forging Partnerships In The US Western Region

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Aramco hosted the Fourth Annual U.S.-Aramco Supplier Forum
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Aramco hosted the Fourth Annual “U.S.-Aramco Supplier Forum” Aug. 29 in Denver, Colorado – considered a major energy center in the U.S. Western Region.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Aramco hosted the Fourth Annual “U.S.-Aramco Supplier Forum” Aug. 29 in Denver, Colorado – considered a major energy center in the U.S. Western Region. 

The forum was held during the week of The Colorado Oil & Gas Association’s Annual Energy Summit, which attracted a large number of energy suppliers from throughout the region.

Over the past few years, Aramco has partnered with industry and trade organizations, including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, to source qualified manufacturers and suppliers in the Americas to support Saudi Aramco's global operations.

Adel AlShahrani, who leads Aramco’s procurement activities in the Americas, responds to a question from the audience during the forum’s Q&A session.

As Saudi Aramco continues its transformation into the world's leading energy and chemicals company - the need for new materials is massive. The Denver forum showcased a slate of speakers from Aramco as well as U.S. local, state and federal officials.

Aramco speakers highlighted the company's growth projects and specific need for materials.  Saudi Aramco's 10-year Capital Program is worth $414 billion dollars.

U.S. officials addressed the historic ties between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia, and touched on their respective organization’s role in helping to facilitate the flow of business between the two countries.


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