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We need new thinking for new realities, says Saudi Aramco boss

Saudi Aramco’s chief executive Khalid Al-Falih tells WEC Congress News that the energy industry must work together to find solutions to the challenges that lie ahead

What is Saudi Aramco’s strategy in adapting to the new global energy landscape as the global energy resource base increases and amid forecasts that the US may achieve energy independence within the next decade? A Saudi Aramco views these developments as opportunities for us to grow our business as well, thanks to the technological advances that have made possible the growth of unconventional resources and explore new frontier areas. Indeed, Saudi Aramco has embarked on a transformational journey to become a world leading integrated energy and petrochemicals enterprise. We have demonstrated for decades in continuing investments for the long term in energy infrastructure – upstream, downstre

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