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DHAHRAN, May 26, 2020
The Covid-19 crisis is further crystallizing our focus on what is essential: health, safety and protection of the environment while providing the energy and vital products that society needs to support economic recovery.
DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia, November 07, 2019
Saudi Aramco announced today that it is joining the World Bank Initiative: ‘Zero Routine Flaring by 2030’. Saudi Aramco has a strong focus on flaring reduction, which remained at less than 1% of its total raw gas production in the first half of 2019.
KYOTO, Japan, October 13, 2019
At the Science and Technology in Society (STS) forum held recently in Kyoto, Japan, Ahmad O. Al-Khowaiter, Saudi Aramco’s chief technology officer, said “the challenge for our generation is to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions, within this century.”
TOKYO, Japan, July 10, 2019
Saudi Aramco and the Institute of Energy Economics in Japan (IEEJ) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for a pre-feasibility study of carbon-free ammonia production in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia, November 12, 2018
In one of the most comprehensive oil field carbon intensity (CI) studies ever published, a global team led by Stanford University has calculated the CI of the world’s active oil fields — with significant results for Saudi Arabia.
December 23, 2015
Company showcases strides in greenhouse gas (GHG) management and technology as global leaders adopt landmark climate change deal.
DOHA, Qatar, December 09, 2015
Oil and gas will continue to play a significant, long-term role in the global energy mix.
KYOTO, Japan, November 27, 2015
Saudi Aramco chief technology officer Ahmad O. Al Khowaiter took part in the 12th annual meeting of the Science and Technology in Society (STS) Forum, held recently in Kyoto, Japan.
DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia, November 05, 2015
Saudi Aramco demonstrates its industry leadership in greenhouse gases (GHG) management, including energy efficiency and carbon capture and storage (CCS).
PARIS, France, October 16, 2015
The President and CEO of Saudi Aramco, Amin H. Nasser, together with the chief executive officers of 9 of the world’s largest oil and gas companies - which together provide almost a fifth of all oil and gas production and supply over 10% of the world’s energy – met together in Paris to declare their collective support for an effective climate change agreement to be reached at the upcoming UN Conference on Climate Change (COP21).