Helman, Christopher
November 2008
Forbes Asia;11/24/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 20, p92
The article offers information about the world's biggest oil company Saudi Aramco. Maps and schematics depict the realtime volumes of crude oil and natural gas wending their way from Aramco's 102 fields through 48 gas-oil separators and 11,000 miles of pipelines into 7 refineries and chemical plants, 19 tank farms and 3 terminals feeding a dozen waiting supertankers. Aramco says that by 2012 it will boost natural gas production by 40% to 13.2 billion cubic feet.


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