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We want to build a better future for Japan and Taiwan – not only with the products we make, but with our contribution to thier communities too.

The world needs energy – it keeps everything moving. It gives us access to transport, water, food and healthcare – all the essentials of modern day society. And demand is increasing.

We’re committed to helping provide Japan and Taiwan with premium energy products and ensuring they have the lowest possible environmental footprint.

Saudi Aramco’s joint venture Showa Shell is one of those commitments – it carefully develops a wide range of green energy options, including solar energy and hydrogen fuel.

Today’s students are Japan’s future

But our efforts aren’t just about making greener energy; we share the benefits of our work with the local community by promoting sustainable social and economic development as well.

For example, we helped Saudi Aramco team up with Motoko Katakura Foundation for Desert Culture regarding the research and study of desert culture. Both parties are going to join hands together to promote not only international networks among researchers and curators but also the possible collaborations with King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture. 

These are just some of the ways we form powerful new partnerships that benefit Japan’s future.

 

                                                                   Photo: Motoko Katakura Foundation for Desert Culture

Center encourages conservation of cultural heritage through Japan visit

Representatives from the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (iThra) and Aramco Asia Japan were invited to take part in an international symposium of “Preservation of Cultural Heritage in the Arabian Peninsula” held recently by the Motoko Katakura Foundation for Desert Culture (MOKO-FDC) in the city of Yokohama, Japan.

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AAJ supports Desert Culture research efforts

Within the framework of Saudi Aramco’s Corporate Social Responsibility Program (CSR), Aramco Asia Japan has partnered with Motoko Katakura Foundation for Desert Culture (MOKO-FDC).

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