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Oil-producing Gulf countries are seeking greener energy. What does this mean




When people in Asia flip the switch It is possible for their electricity to be generated by burning high-carbon oil and gas products imported from the Gulf of Thailand.It's been decades The monarchy in the region is the continent's largest crude oil supplier and the first liquefied natural gas supplier

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And the desert kingdom's leading role in empowering Asia may continue in the future. Even if the economy shifts to renewable energy in its pursuit of carbon neutrality.

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Saudi Arabia's ACWA Power and Masdar of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are among the reputable Gulf companies with leadership positions in the development of renewable energy worldwide. in the Economics and Energy Program at the Middle East Institute, a thought agency in Washington.