Mideast Gulf Advances Transition Despite Conflicting Pulls

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Mideast Gulf hydrocarbon producers have made remarkable progress in the energy transition lately, especially in light of the recent energy crisis in Europe and high oil and gas prices. Countries like the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia are under pressure to supply the market with more oil and gas to stabilize prices — while still meeting net-zero targets they committed to last year.

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