Vision 2030 on center stage

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The Kingdom’s Vision 2030 and 2020 National Transformation Program took center stage during a visit this week to the United States by HRH Deputy Crown Prince and Minister of Defense Muhammad ibn Salman ibn ‘Abd al-’Aziz Al Saud.

The Crown Prince was accompanied by senior ministers, including HE Khalid A. Al-Falih, Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources, and Chairman of the Saudi Aramco Board of Directors. 

The visit underscored the strong relationship between the two nations, highlighting the growing U.S.-Saudi cooperation toward the establishment of a new era of relations between the prospect of continued mutual benefits being realized.

During a media briefing, Al-Falih told Saudi journalists that key meetings that covered discussions on various issues including global energy and climate change had taken place with the U.S. Department of Energy and the Saudi delegation.  

Energy efficiency

A key topic of discussion during the meetings was climate change. Al-Falih stated that the Kingdom and the U.S. have strong relations and cooperation in the field of research, and he made mention of an initiative launched after COP21 in Paris that will see the Kingdom’s research agencies develop new technologies toward energy efficiency, helping to reduce the environmental impact of carbon, while also making a positive economic impact on the Kingdom.  

The Kingdom’s Vision 2030 and 2020 National Transformation Program took center stage during a visit this week to the United States by HRH Deputy Crown Prince and Minister of Defense Muhammad ibn Salman ibn ‘Abd al-’Aziz Al Saud.

The Crown Prince was accompanied by senior ministers, including HE Khalid A. Al-Falih, Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources, and Chairman of the Saudi Aramco Board of Directors. 

The visit underscored the strong relationship between the two nations, highlighting the growing U.S.-Saudi cooperation toward the establishment of a new era of relations between the prospect of continued mutual benefits being realized.

During a media briefing, Al-Falih told Saudi journalists that key meetings that covered discussions on various issues including global energy and climate change had taken place with the U.S. Department of Energy and the Saudi delegation.  

Energy efficiency

A key topic of discussion during the meetings was climate change. Al-Falih stated that the Kingdom and the U.S. have strong relations and cooperation in the field of research, and he made mention of an initiative launched after COP21 in Paris that will see the Kingdom’s research agencies develop new technologies toward energy efficiency, helping to reduce the environmental impact of carbon, while also making a positive economic impact on the Kingdom.  

The Kingdom’s Vision 2030 and 2020 National Transformation Program took center stage during a visit this week to the United States by HRH Deputy Crown Prince and Minister of Defense Muhammad ibn Salman ibn ‘Abd al-’Aziz Al Saud.

The Crown Prince was accompanied by senior ministers, including HE Khalid A. Al-Falih, Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources, and Chairman of the Saudi Aramco Board of Directors. 

The visit underscored the strong relationship between the two nations, highlighting the growing U.S.-Saudi cooperation toward the establishment of a new era of relations between the prospect of continued mutual benefits being realized.

During a media briefing, Al-Falih told Saudi journalists that key meetings that covered discussions on various issues including global energy and climate change had taken place with the U.S. Department of Energy and the Saudi delegation.  

Energy efficiency

A key topic of discussion during the meetings was climate change. Al-Falih stated that the Kingdom and the U.S. have strong relations and cooperation in the field of research, and he made mention of an initiative launched after COP21 in Paris that will see the Kingdom’s research agencies develop new technologies toward energy efficiency, helping to reduce the environmental impact of carbon, while also making a positive economic impact on the Kingdom.