Energy

United States Supports Saudi Arabian Civil Nuclear Program
05/16/2008

United States Supports Saudi Arabian Civil Nuclear Program

Editor’s Note: U.S. President George Bush was in Saudi Arabia on May 16, 2008 for meetings with King Abdullah and Saudi officials during a three country visit to the Middle East. The ceremonies and briefings in Saudi Arabia marked the 75th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the Kingdom and the United States and featured the […]

Oil’s surge
05/09/2008

Oil’s surge

Today for your consideration we present a Jadwa Investment report on the rising costs of oil, its causes and the impact on the Saudi economy.

The Militarization of  Energy Security
03/07/2008

The Militarization of Energy Security

A series of strategy documents promulgated by the last three American administrations all note the decreasing prospect of large-scale interstate conflict. [2] It is becoming increasingly difficult to imagine realistic scenarios of conventional conflict along the lines of the world wars. Needless to say, this does not mean that violent conflict will cease to trouble the world community

Ensuring Energy Security Is a Costly Affair
02/15/2008

Ensuring Energy Security Is a Costly Affair

The United States and Saudi Arabia enjoy a relationship of global importance and I am pleased to return to discuss opportunities to increase energy investments, further our scientific innovation through research and development, and deploy cleaner, more efficient technologies on a global scale

Meeting the Global Energy Challenge
12/03/2007

Meeting the Global Energy Challenge

I think it would be useful to look at oil’s role in meeting future global energy demands. The U.S. Energy Information Administration forecasts that hydrocarbons will provide about 85 percent to the world’s energy needs for at least the next 25 years, with alternative sources providing the rest. The world will continue to rely on hydrocarbons, and oil in particular, with alternatives complementing oil, not replacing it.

King Abdullah Chairs OPEC Summit
11/17/2007

King Abdullah Chairs OPEC Summit

Presided over by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Third Summit Meeting of the leaders and representatives of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) member states began its deliberations at King Abdulaziz International Center for Conferences in Riyadh tonight.