Showing 75 results for 'emissions'
DHAHRAN, October 23, 2021
Aramco today announced its ambition to achieve net-zero Scope 1 and Scope 2 greenhouse gas emissions across its wholly-owned operated assets by 2050.
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.
DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia, August 08, 2018
Saudi Aramco Technologies Company, Mazda and the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology announced a cooperative research program to develop advanced engine/fuel combinations.
DHAHRAN, June 15, 2022
Aramco today published its first sustainability report, which outlines ways in which the Company plans to further tackle emissions while delivering reliable, affordable energy solutions.
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia, February 25, 2020
Saudi Aramco is sponsoring the first international Carbon capture, utilization, and storage conference (iCCUS) in Riyadh (February 25-26).
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.
Sep 2, 2022 ... In 2026, F1 will move to zero-emission sustainable fuel that offers a ... Scope 2 emissions across our wholly-owned operated assets by 2050.
DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia, September 27, 2020
Aramco and the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ), in partnership with SABIC, have successfully demonstrated the production and shipment of blue ammonia from Saudi Arabia to Japan with support from the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. Forty tons of high-grade blue ammonia have already been dispatched to Japan for use in zero-carbon power generation.
KYOTO, Japan, October 06, 2013
Keynote remarks by Khalid A. Al-Falih, President and CEO, Saudi Aramco
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).