Shared experience and mutual cooperation theme of Russian delegation visit

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An exchange of experiences and mutual cooperation were the highlights of a visit to Saudi Aramco headquarters last week of HE Alexander Novak, the Russian Minister of Energy, and his official delegation.

Novak was welcomed by HE Khalid A. Al-Falih, the Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources for Saudi Arabia; Amin Nasser, Saudi Aramco president and CEO; and other company executives and management.

Saudi Aramco was the first destination on Novak’s schedule during his visit to the Kingdom.

In welcoming the Russian minister, Al-Falih said the visit was historic and would pave the way for enhanced relations between the two strongest oil and gas producers in the world. Novak thanked the hosts for the invitation and expressed his pleasure on the visit — his first to the Kingdom — which he described as important.

He noted that despite the climates in the Kingdom and Russia differing considerably, he was keen to share experiences. He said both countries could consider future cooperation, including the establishment of joint ventures. 

An exchange of experiences and mutual cooperation were the highlights of a visit to Saudi Aramco headquarters last week of HE Alexander Novak, the Russian Minister of Energy, and his official delegation.

Novak was welcomed by HE Khalid A. Al-Falih, the Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources for Saudi Arabia; Amin Nasser, Saudi Aramco president and CEO; and other company executives and management.

Saudi Aramco was the first destination on Novak’s schedule during his visit to the Kingdom.

In welcoming the Russian minister, Al-Falih said the visit was historic and would pave the way for enhanced relations between the two strongest oil and gas producers in the world. Novak thanked the hosts for the invitation and expressed his pleasure on the visit — his first to the Kingdom — which he described as important.

He noted that despite the climates in the Kingdom and Russia differing considerably, he was keen to share experiences. He said both countries could consider future cooperation, including the establishment of joint ventures. 

An exchange of experiences and mutual cooperation were the highlights of a visit to Saudi Aramco headquarters last week of HE Alexander Novak, the Russian Minister of Energy, and his official delegation.

Novak was welcomed by HE Khalid A. Al-Falih, the Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources for Saudi Arabia; Amin Nasser, Saudi Aramco president and CEO; and other company executives and management.

Saudi Aramco was the first destination on Novak’s schedule during his visit to the Kingdom.

In welcoming the Russian minister, Al-Falih said the visit was historic and would pave the way for enhanced relations between the two strongest oil and gas producers in the world. Novak thanked the hosts for the invitation and expressed his pleasure on the visit — his first to the Kingdom — which he described as important.

He noted that despite the climates in the Kingdom and Russia differing considerably, he was keen to share experiences. He said both countries could consider future cooperation, including the establishment of joint ventures.