Tagged With Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia signs up to net zero
3 November 2021
Riyadh insists carbon neutrality is compatible with plans to raise oil and gas production
Iraq’s two months in the sun
19 October 2021
Baghdad has recently pulled off a string of deals promising a manyfold expansion in solar capacity
Saudis move to accelerate sluggish renewables push
20 September 2021
Riyadh’s ambitions to enter the green hydrogen sector sit uncomfortably with a slow renewables build-out
Gulf NOCs green their operations
19 July 2021
Pressure growing to abate emissions through deployment of solar and CCUS as oil production capacity continues to rise
Geopolitics smooths Iraq’s energy transition
5 July 2021
International interest in reducing Iraq’s dependence on Iranian gas imports is unlocking finance for renewables and flare-gas capture projects
Riyadh expands green horizons
7 June 2021
Saudi Arabia’s renewables ambitions extend beyond mere domestic electricity provision
Gulf renewables giants power into Central Asia
10 May 2021
Riyadh and Abu Dhabi are exploiting existing ties to corner the region’s burgeoning clean energy sector
Mena region to double solar capacity in 2021 – Apicorp
4 May 2021
Region a strong candidate to become a major hydrogen exporter
Dubai nears floating solar debut
26 April 2021
Both the emirate and neighbouring Abu Dhabi are considering the potential of the novel technology
Saudi Arabia celebrates moment in the sun
15 April 2021
Belated progress on a plethora of renewables schemes signals newfound political will behind clean energy development
Riyadh moves for regional green leadership
8 April 2021
Elements of Saudi Arabia’s domestic strategy and sudden assertion of leadership stretch credibility, but its plans are indicative of a reluctant embrace of global trends
Saudi-German team takes aim at green cracking
1 April 2021
Petrochems titans are working together to electrify a carbon-intensive core process
Middle East energy transitions continue apace
30 November 2020
Renewables, desalination and hydrogen are all attracting official support and investment