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Aramco Services Company
9009 West Loop South
Houston, TX 77096

tel: (713) 432-4000
fax: (713) 432-5519

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Aramco Services Company
Aramco Services Company (ASC), a Houston-based subsidiary of the global petroleum and chemicals enterprise Saudi Aramco, is dedicated to being a positive contributor to the Houston community. Aramco’s employees and their families actively participate throughout the year in many outreach events that positively impact thousands of Houstonians.

Aramco Houston Half Marathon
For the past decade, ASC has sponsored the Aramco Houston Half Marathon, which has doubled in participation and is currently at capacity with 12,000 elite and recreational runners. The goal of this sponsorship is simple: to make a positive difference in the city of Houston. The half marathon is part of a weekend-long sporting event that includes the Chevron Marathon and the ABB 5K. In 2013, nearly 60 nonprofits benefited from the “Run for a Reason” program, which raised $2.5 million for charities.

Aramco iExplore
To encourage students to embrace science, technology, engineering and mathematics—also known as STEM subjects—ASC has partnered with the Houston Museum of Natural Science to fulfill this mission with a program called Aramco iExplore, launched in 2013. Teachers participate in a one-day workshop before bringing their fifth-grade students to the museum’s Wiess Energy Hall for hands-on activities designed to spark interest in energy-related concepts and careers. At the program’s end, students are more engaged, and teachers are equipped with new techniques to keep students interested in STEM-related fields.

Trees for Houston
A steward of the environment, ASC partners with Trees for Houston to plant hundreds of native trees and install irrigation systems at area schools and parks, including MacGregor Park near the Texas Medical Center. MacGregor Park lost a significant amount of trees during Houston’s 2011 drought, prompting ASC and dozens of employee volunteers to plant 100-gallon live oaks and loblolly pines to help restore the 83-acre site—an effort that earned the company an Arbor Award from its partner.
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