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Downstream Series: Interview with Bashir Dabbousi, Director of Technology Strategy & Planning at Saudi Aramco

 

Published on 20 July 2020

For this edition of the WRA interview we sat down with Bashir Dabbousi, Director of Technology Strategy & Planning at Saudi Aramco. Saudi Aramco is one of, if not, the most recognised oil producer in the world and it was great to explore their plans in curbing emissions and embrace new technologies especially Crude to Chemicals, Non-Metallics, Low Emission Transportation, Hydrogen and CCUS. Enjoy!

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Our Downstream Podcast series exists to help the downstream oil and gas industry share knowledge, with a focus on new technology and in particular technology that improves efficiency and increases plant productivity.

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