Aramco reinforces Malaysia presence with inauguration of Kuala Lumpur office

  • Office will further enhance Aramco's international portfolio expansion with focus on key economic growth regions and Malaysia as a leading hub in Southeast Asia

  • New business opportunities to be unlocked from potential synergy between Aramco and leading Malaysian companies and organizations

Aramco Malaysia has officially opened its new head office at the Permata Sapura Tower in the heart of Kuala Lumpur city center. His Excellency, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to Malaysia, Mr. Mahmoud Hussein S. Qattan, attended the ceremony, accompanied by Yasser M. Mufti, Aramco Vice President of Fuels, and Saad Al-Qahtani, Aramco Malaysia Managing Director.

The move to the new office will further enable Aramco to streamline its growth plans in Malaysia and the region. As the world's leading integrated energy and chemicals company, the new office will enable Aramco to capitalize on the country's established and flourishing energy sector.

In his remarks during the ceremony, Yasser M. Mufti said, "Aramco Malaysia, an affiliate of Aramco, one of the world's largest integrated energy and chemicals companies will provide a suite of reliable services for its parent company in Saudi Arabia that will serve as a bridge for Malaysian business communities to explore potential business and collaboration opportunities. With fundamental support toward its ongoing investment in Malaysia through corporate leadership, facilitation services, and advisory assistance, Aramco Malaysia has focused on capturing business growth opportunities and providing a wide range of support services to Aramco's upstream and downstream projects. In addition, Aramco seeks to contribute meaningful assistance to the communities that host our offices and operations around the world, including Malaysia."

Since 2019, Aramco Malaysia has donated towards local nature conservation, COVID-19 initiatives, and STEM education. This year, Aramco Malaysia is committed to donating $350,000 towards the continuation of nature conservation projects that will plant 9,000 mangrove trees, and STEM education programs catering to around 1,500 underprivileged students.