Saudi Aramco

Oil & Gas

Aramco site targeted in Saudi drone attacks


Saudi Arabia has said oil infrastructure sites belonging to the country's state-run oil company Aramco have been targeted and that at least one of the attacks was carried out by drone strikes.

Middle East

Saudis raise oil reserves ahead of Aramco’s planned IPO


Saudi Arabia published the first audit of its vast oil reserves since it nationalized its energy industry about 40 years ago, saying its reserves total 268.5 billion, slightly more than the 266.3 billion figure that the government published previously.


Cyber-attacks and the threat to Big Oil


Former member of hacktivist group Anonymous, Mike ‘sting3r’ Jones discusses the recent Saipem cyber-attack and the immediate threat to Big Oil.


A Saudi-Iran oil war could break up OPEC


When OPEC and Russia shook on increasing crude oil production by a million barrels daily to stop the oil price climb that had begun getting uncomfortable for consumers from Asia to the United States, there was no sign of what was to come just two months later: slowing demand in Asia, ample supply, and a brewing price war between Saudi Arabia and Iran.

Oil & Gas

Saudis play down Aramco float cancellation


Saudi Arabia has insisted it "remains committed" to a two trillion US dollar (£1.5 trillion) stock market listing of oil giant Saudi Aramco, despite reports suggesting it has been abandoned.