Australia commits to net zero by 2050 – but won’t cut fossil fuels

The country’s pledge has been welcomed but come under fire for its lack of ambition ahead of COP26

Saudi Arabia commits to net zero by 2060

The Gulf state will invest $180 billion to achieve the aim but will continue to produce oil for years to come

Leaked documents show nations do not want to cut fossil fuels ahead of COP26

Saudi Arabia, Japan and Australia are reportedly some of the countries that have written a report to the UN asking for less emphasis to be put on the end of fossil fuels

Companies partner for digital transformation venture in Saudi Arabia

Aramco and AVEVA have joined forces to accelerate digital sustainability across the Kingdom and Middle East

‘World’s largest’ battery to power Saudi Arabian mega-resort

A complex of 50 hotels, which spans 28,000 square kilometres, is set to be powered by wind and solar energy

Wärtsilä to provide hybrid power supply to gold mine in Saudi Arabia

The technology group will oversee the engineering, equipment and technical advisory stage of the traditional engine and solar project

EU clears Saudi Aramco and Hyundai Heavy industries’ joint venture

The Commission said it would not raise any competition concerns because the joint venture will not be active in the European Economic Area

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IEA: Global oil markets ‘well supplied’ after attack in Saudi Arabia

Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman announced production would be back online to normal levels by the end of the month

Middle East tensions remain high after drone attacks on Saudi oil facilities

The attacks early on Saturday morning knocked 5% off the world’s total oil supply

Saudi Arabia’s king replaces energy minister with one of his sons

Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman has been sworn in as the new Minister of Energy – the first time the oil portfolio has been given to a member of the royal family