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A leading Italian engineering and construction giant has landed a sizeable offshore contract from Saudi Aramco for work on its Marjan oilfield, as a part of the Saudi state giant’s long-term agreement (LTA) with international contracting players.
Sinopec and TotalEnergies SE are among companies holding talks to invest in the Jafurah development in Saudi Arabia, according to people familiar with the matter, as the kingdom seeks to exploit one of the world’s largest untapped gas fields.
Contract involves multiple offshore facilities required at the Marjan oil and gas field
Saudi Aramco (2222.SE) signed an agreement with Chinese partners on Sunday for an oil refinery and petrochemical project in northeast China that is expected to start in 2026 to meet the country's growing demand for fuel and chemicals.
Saudi Arabia’s state-controlled oil giant Aramco on Sunday reported a record net income of $161.1 billion for 2022 — the largest annual profit ever achieved by an oil and gas company.
Saudi Aramco has outlined huge capital expenditures plan through 2025, with the lion's share of the spending targeted on expanding upstream capacity for oil and gas as the decade progresses.
Saudi Aramco has agreed a $15.5 billion lease-and-leaseback deal for its gas pipeline network with a group of companies led by BlackRock Real Assets and state-backed Hassana Investment Company. As part of the deal, the world's largest exporting company's newly-formed unit, Aramco Gas Pipelines Company, will lease usage rights in the state energy firm's gas pipelines network and lease them back to Aramco for a 20-year period, the company said in a statement.
Because of value concerns, an agreement between Dependence Industries and Saudi Aramco to purchase a stake in the Indian aggregate's oil-to-synthetic chemicals business has been scrapped, according to persons with knowledge of the subject. As the world strives to disassociate itself from petroleum derivatives and reduce emissions, they added, disagreements over the amount Reliances oil-to-synthetics (O2C) business should be valued. According to one of the sources, Reliance will now focus on signing different agreements with organisations to generate claim to fame synthetic substances for higher edges, assuming all other factors are equal. Aramco, the world's largest oil exporter, agreed to a non-binding agreement to buy a 20% stake in Reliance's O2C business for $15 billion in 2019. After two years of dealings, the companies said this week that they would review the agreement. The arrangement's disintegration reflects the changing global energy landscape.
To explore a strategic alliance on a broad of energy, prospects, public sector oil and gas explorer Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) has linked a Mamorandum of Understanding (MoU) with world's largest oil company Saudi Aramco.
Saudi Arabian state oil giant Aramco is betting on an Asian-led rebound in energy demand this year after it reported a steep slide in net profit for 2020 on Sunday and scaled back its spending plans.The world’s largest oil exporter said net profit fell 44.4% to 183.76 billion riyals ($49 billion) for the year ended Dec. 31, from 330.69 billion riyals a year earlier.
Saudi Arabia’s energy infrastructure-Saudi Aramco was attacked by a missile on a fuel depot in the Red Sea city of Jeddah. The authorities assured for no human casualties as well no oil products were lost. Houthi rebels in neighboring Yemen claimed responsibility for the attack. The strike was condemned by Saudi Arabia, stating-"terrorist and sabotage acts committed against vital installations target the security and stability of energy supplies to the world."
Saudi Aramco has discovered two new oil and gas fields in the northern regions. The new Abraq al-Toloul oil field in the northern city of Arar, flows with a daily rate of 3,189 bpd, along with 3.5 million cubic feet of natural gas. Hadabat al Hajara gas field in the al-Jof region has a daily production rate of 16 million cubic feet of natural gas, along with 1944 bpd of oil condensate
Saudi Aramco has suspended a deal to build a $10 billion refining and petrochemicals complex in China. Aramco decided to stop investing in the facility in China’s Northeastern province of Liaoning after negotiations with its Chinese partners and Aramco declined to comment on it. The uncertain market scenario could be behind the decision. The joint venture was signed when Prince Mohammed bin Salman was in Beijing in February last year.
Saudi Aramco said it’s still working on a deal to buy a $15 billion stake in Reliance Industries Ltd.’s refining and chemicals business, even as lower oil prices forced it to slash investment spending. The deal with Reliance would help Aramco to join the ranks of the top oil refiners and chemical makers. Aramco is already a major supplier of crude to India.
Aramco reported a 73.4% fall in second-quarter net profit, a steeper drop than analysts had forecast, and it expected capital expenditure for 2020 to be at the lower end of a $25 billion to $30 billion range. But the company is sticking with the plan to pay $75 billion in dividends this year. Net profit fell to 24.6 billion riyals for the quarter to June 30 from 92.6 billion riyals a year earlier.
Shelf Drilling has received a notification from Saudi Aramco that operations of the jackup High Island IV will be suspended for a period of up to 12 months. The suspension, at a zero-day rate, will take effect on completion of work currently in progress: the term of the contract will be extended by a period equal to the suspension period, Shelf Drilling added.
The world's largest oil exporter, Saudi Arabia has assured some of the refiners in Asia to supply full contractual volumes of crude in May. According to the sources, though there is no change in the volume of the supply the ratio among crude grades has been altered by Saudi Aramco. This has been done by increasing the quantity of Arab Light and reducing Arab Heavy.
Saudi Aramco is planning for a loan of about $10 billion. The world's largest oil producer is in early talks with 3 banks to help finance its acquisition of Saudi Basic Industries Corp. It will acquire 70% stakes in the firm. “The company continues to review its financial options as part of its normal course of business, while prudently preserving its pristine balance sheet and its resilience”, said the company.