Saudi Arabia holds the title as the world's largest producer and exporter of total petroleum liquids, and the country's national corporation, Saudi Aramco retains the most proven reserves and production of hydrocarbons worldwide. Only behind Russia as the largest crude oil producer, Saudi Arabia has an estimated 267 billion barrels of proven oil reserves, including 2.5 billion in the Saudi-Kuwaiti Neutral Zone, and 253 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of proven natural gas reserves. Impressively, more than half of Saudi Arabia's oil reserves are sourced from only eight fields.
Structural engineering is a field focusing on the analysis, design or evaluation of structures that are required to support or resist a load. This can include buildings, towers, bridges, dams, or structures such as oil rigs. Structural engineering ensures that throughout the stresses and pressures of the environment, structures will remain safe, stable and secure.