Domestic Demands

The Kingdom’s Petroleum Policy – Al-Naimi
04/11/2015

The Kingdom’s Petroleum Policy – Al-Naimi

The Oil Minister discussed the Kingdom’s broader petroleum policy as well as the recent oil price fall at the Saudi Economic Association. Here for your consideration is a transcript of his remarks, translated from Arabic, on this critical topic.

USSaudiForum | Electricity and Energy
01/08/2014

USSaudiForum | Electricity and Energy

US-Saudi Business Opportunities Forum Los Angeles, California – Sep 16-18, 2013
Panel 13: Opportunities in Electricity and Energy
Moderated by Cristina Chertes, Regional Vice President, G&W Electric Company

Water, The Real Wild Card
06/19/2013

Water, The Real Wild Card

To meet its needs for fresh water Saudi Arabia has developed the world’s largest network of desalination plants to provide about 70% of the country’s requirements.

Analysis | Saudi Arabia Energy Profile Update – U.S. EIA
02/12/2013

Analysis | Saudi Arabia Energy Profile Update – U.S. EIA

The EIA’s Country Analysis Brief on Saudi Arabia provides a comprehensive review of the Kingdom’s energy profile including production, processing, and transportation of oil and natural gas as well as a discussion of product pricing and the increasingly important conversation about domestic energy consumption.

Saudi Arabia’s Energy Crisis – Lebling
05/28/2012

Saudi Arabia’s Energy Crisis – Lebling

The good news for Saudi Arabia is that its economy is booming. The bad news for us – and for the Saudis as well – is that the Kingdom is consuming more and more of its precious petroleum resources, and within a decade may have to begin cutting back on its oil exports to the rest of the world, so says a report by Chatham House, reviewed by Robert Lebling.