Oil and gas giant develops energy reduction solutions

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Aramco, one of the world’s leading integrated energy and chemicals companies, is further advancing the development of emissions reduction solutions including lower-carbon hydrogen, Direct Air Capture (DAC) of carbon dioxide, a novel approach to CO2 storage that involves turning carbon dioxide into stone and the harnessing of geothermal energy.

Emission targets

The projects support Aramco’s ambition to achieve net-zero Scope 1 and Scope 2 greenhouse gas emissions across its wholly-owned and operated assets by 2050, as well as the kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s 2060 net-zero ambition.
Details of the projects were disclosed on the sidelines of MENA Climate Week 2023, which is took place in the Middle Eastern country at the end of last year.
Ahmad Al Khowaiter, Aramco executive vice-president of technology and innovation, said: “These projects highlight just some of the innovative ways that Aramco aims to help mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and address climate change.
“We are working on multiple fronts, partnering with leaders in a variety of fields, in an effort to advance technology solutions that have...

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