Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources signs a contract announcing major ...
Saudi Arabia’s pavilion will be the largest country pavilion at this year’s World Energy Congress, held 9 – 12 September. Abu Dhabi, 3 July 2019: The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will have a large presence at the 24th World Energy Congress in Abu Dhabi after signing a major contract with the Organizing Committee ......Read More
Wednesday, July 3, 2019
Abdul Latif Jameel Energy expands role in Middle East water sector
Agreements in Egypt and Bahrain open up new markets for company Follows recent contract wins in Saudi Arabia and Kenya May 12, 2019: Abdul Latif Jameel Energy has stepped up its active participation in the Middle East’s water sector with two agreements expanding its presence in Egypt and Bahrain. Almar Water Solutions, Abdul Latif Jameel Energy’s dedicated water solutions unit, formed a joint venture with HA Utilities (HAU), part of Hassan Allam Holding (HAH), to provide sustainable water infrastructure solutions to municipal and industrial clients across Egypt. Drawing on the extensive sector experience of both ......Read More
Sunday, May 12, 2019
Saudi Arabia's TAQA Announces North American Investment and Acquisition Plans at Offshore Technology ...
Aims to invest over $1 billion in new investments and acquisitions over the next 3 years, including the acquisition of two North American companies in oilfield services technology and manufacturing TAQA’s 2021 Strategy is to become a leading oilfield services and equipment provider, targeting new markets in the wider Middle East & ......Read More
Monday, May 6, 2019
Saudi Energy Minister to Bloomberg TV: No plans to deepen oil production cuts
Riyadh, Monday 8 April, 2019: Khalid Al-Falih, Saudi Arabia’s Energy Minister, said the Kingdom does not plan to deepen its oil production cuts. He added that oil markets are “healthy.” Speaking to Manus Cranny, Bloomberg Television, Al-Falih said that the OPEC+ meeting in May will be a “key” gathering. He added that it’s still “premature” to decide if they will cut inventory. Other highlights from the interview include: Investor demand for Saudi Aramco’s debut dollar bond has exceeded $30 billion, Al-Falih said. The securities, which haven’t priced yet, will be the first of ......Read More
Monday, April 8, 2019