CEO at Oxford: staying the course

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Amin Nasser was joined by Fahad Al-AbdulKareem, president of the Aramco Overseas Company, along with Saudi Aramco officials and representatives of various institutions from Saudi Arabia, at the Oxford Energy Seminar.

In a 30-minute address to attendees of the Oxford Energy Seminar in London, Saudi Aramco president and CEO Amin Nasser outlined some key factors that will play a role in what he described as a “bright horizon” for the company, for the Kingdom, and even perhaps for the energy industry in general.

Speaking on Saturday, September 24 to an audience of industrialists, managers, and other professionals involved in public or corporate decision-making in the field of energy at the 38th annual seminar, Nasser conceded that the energy industry can be “a volatile business” but was quick to add that, on many levels, challenging times can also be seen as an opportunity.

He guided attendees through six main aspects of vital importance to the industry that he believes may offer not only relief during the current downturn in oil prices but can potentially pivot companies forward if handled with due diligence. 

In a 30-minute address to attendees of the Oxford Energy Seminar in London, Saudi Aramco president and CEO Amin Nasser outlined some key factors that will play a role in what he described as a “bright horizon” for the company, for the Kingdom, and even perhaps for the energy industry in general.

Speaking on Saturday, September 24 to an audience of industrialists, managers, and other professionals involved in public or corporate decision-making in the field of energy at the 38th annual seminar, Nasser conceded that the energy industry can be “a volatile business” but was quick to add that, on many levels, challenging times can also be seen as an opportunity.

He guided attendees through six main aspects of vital importance to the industry that he believes may offer not only relief during the current downturn in oil prices but can potentially pivot companies forward if handled with due diligence. 

In a 30-minute address to attendees of the Oxford Energy Seminar in London, Saudi Aramco president and CEO Amin Nasser outlined some key factors that will play a role in what he described as a “bright horizon” for the company, for the Kingdom, and even perhaps for the energy industry in general.

Speaking on Saturday, September 24 to an audience of industrialists, managers, and other professionals involved in public or corporate decision-making in the field of energy at the 38th annual seminar, Nasser conceded that the energy industry can be “a volatile business” but was quick to add that, on many levels, challenging times can also be seen as an opportunity.

He guided attendees through six main aspects of vital importance to the industry that he believes may offer not only relief during the current downturn in oil prices but can potentially pivot companies forward if handled with due diligence.