Aramco's history is characterized by a large number of Saudi employees and employees who have passed through the fields of work and the memory of the company since the beginnings of 1933 until today. They have been silent since Khamis bin Ramthan contributed to the discovery of the first oil well on 4 March 1938 to today.
Aramco is one of the first companies in the country to open employment opportunities for women in Saudi Arabia. It has also conferred confidence on them. These include Nayla Moussalli, the first Saudi oil engineer appointed in 1980, To manage the reservoir engineering of the giant company.
Nayla has a master's degree in petroleum engineering from the University of Tulsa in Oklahoma, USA. In the book "From the Badia to the Oil World," Nayla was named Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Ali Al-Naimi, who wrote praising her efficiency as "one of the best female employees in the company. , And its achievement is a pride for any country in light of the scarcity of petroleum engineers during the eighties, and even to this day, which proves their skill and determination to succeed.
Today, Aramco has a wide range of Saudi women who hold positions in various departments and sectors and are an extension of the company's first generation of employees who have contributed to the presence of women who entered the company for the first time in the 1960s through the health and preventive sectors.