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New Saudi labour laws may restrict remittances to Pakistan More than 50,000 illegal Pakistani workers in Saudi Arabia

ISLAMABAD: More than 50,000 illegal Pakistani workers in Saudi Arabia would facedeportation after July 3, who are not only bread-winner for their families, but also play a key role in the economy in the form of remittances.
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Saudi Arabia to import near record high diesel this summer import near record high diesel

Saudi Arabia will import near record high diesel volumes this summer, as it gears up to beat the sweltering heat and meet rising travel needs during the month of Ramazan, trade sources said. State oil giant Saudi Aramco will import up to 8.9 million barrels of diesel in June, up from an… import near record high diesel, oil exporter Saudi Arabia, SATORP, Saudi Arabia, Saudi Aramco Total Refining and Petrochemicals, summer import near record high diesel, Total Refining and Petrochemicals

Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Venezuela Cut March Crude Exports as West Africans Boost Shipments Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries increased shipments

Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Venezuela reduced crude oil exports in March from the previous month while West African members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries increased shipments, according to official data.
OPEC’s biggest producer, Saudi Arabia, shipped 7.42 million barrels… Boost Shipments, Crude Exports, Energy Industry, Exporting Countries shipments, Kuwait, Middle East, Organization of Petroleum, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, West Africans

overseas Pakistani workers Remittances send home $11.57b this year from Saudi Arabia, UAE, USA, UK, Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries (including Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar and Oman

KARACHI: Remittances sent home by overseas Pakistani workers recorded an increase of 6.37% or $692.83 million and reached $11.570 billion in the first 10 months of the current fiscal year compared with $10.877 billion in the same period of last year.
According to data released by the State Bank… Bahrain, countries, GCC, Gulf Cooperation Council, Kuwait, Oman, overseas Pakistani workers, Qatar, Remittances, Remittances sent home, Saudi Arabia, UAE, UK, USA

Saudi Arabia Looks to NREL for Solar Monitoring Expertise US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Saudi Arabia is jumping headlong into renewable energy, with plans to install more solar and wind power in the next 20 years than the rest of the world has installed to date.

NREL’s Steve Wilcox at the K.A.CARE site training Saudi industry and academic personnel… Building a New City, Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory, NREL, renewable energy, Saudi Arabia, solar energy, Solar Tech, Support Renewables

Will Water Limit Fracking and Natural Gas Development in Saudi Arabia? Saudi Aramco would soon begin exploring the country’s shale gas resources

Recent comments by Saudi Arabia’s oil minister, Ali Al-Naimi, indicated that Saudi Aramco would soon begin exploring the country’s shale gas resources. Asanother means of reducing oil consumption in the Kingdom’s electricity sector, in order to preserve oil exports, this… Ali Al-Naimi, Energy and Economy, Energy Security, fracking and water, natural gas, Saudi Arabia, Scientific American, Shale gas, Water

Fossil fuels and vested interests: report released by Lord Stern and thinktank Carbon Tracker paints a picture of society in denial

We need to get used to the idea that we can’t burn most of what we already have

The report released by Lord Stern and thinktank Carbon Tracker paints a picture of society in denial. It shows we’re pumping almost $700bn (£458bn) of hard-earned savings and pensions annually into… Canada, Carbon Tracker paints, China, climate change, Saudi Arabia, US

Brent higher in choppy trading, US crude slips rose above $111 a barrel in choppy trading on Monday as Saudi Arabia

Brent crude rose above $111 a barrel in choppy trading on Monday as Saudi Arabia said it sees robust demand from Asia, while US crude prices fell as a pipeline leak in Arkansas threatened to increase the glut of oil in the US Midwest. Exxon Mobil’s Pegasus pipeline, which can carry more…

A Rough Guide to Offshore Wind Energy and Geography [VIDEO] seas around the UK the “Saudi Arabia of offshore wind

It has become a cliche to call the seas around the UK the “Saudi Arabia of offshore wind.” The reasons for this are relatively straightforward. The ideal conditions for an offshore wind farm is a lot of wind and a not particularly deep stretch of water. The North Sea has both, so much so…

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