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The Middle East remains a global hydrocarbons powerhouse, but it is also ramping up renewables and decarbonising oil and gas. In this special report, AGBI spotlights a bold new era for the region’s energy sector.

With Adipec, the world’s largest energy industry event in the UAE, taking place this week, readers will learn what is going on in the oilfields of Iraq, how rising costs are impacting the Gulf’s solar industry, why Abu Dhabi and Saudi Arabia are expanding chemicals production, and why the Saudi-Russian oil alliance has endured years beyond its origins.

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