Saudi Aramco has one of the lowest carbon intensity in the world: Senior VP downstream
We continue to develop and deploy a range of cutting-edge technologies to further reduce the carbon footprint of our oil and gas
Saudi Aramco logo is pictured at the oil facility in Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia October 12, 2019. Image used for illustrative purpose.
By Staff Writer, Arab News
IYADH: Saudi Aramco has one of the lowest carbon intensity oil supply operations in the world, a company's official said.
"Looking at the climate challenge, the upstream carbon intensity of Aramco’s oil supply remains among the lowest in the world," Mohammed Y. Qahtani, Aramco's senior vice president downstream told IHS CERA Week India conference.
"In practical terms, for our customers, this equates to a smaller impact on the climate. And we continue to develop and deploy a range of cutting-edge technologies to further reduce the carbon footprint of our oil and gas," he added.
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