Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman dominated the top of a list of the top ten most influential figures in oil and gas shipping, reported London’s Lloyd’s List.
Saudi Arabia lead an OPEC meeting to push forward with non-OPEC producers, reaching an agreement to limit production in the first half of 2017 – which evidence shows has been implemented well.
The deputy crown prince also oversees the country’s plan to make the historic initial public offering of shares in Saudi Aramco.
The country is on track to significant change in the energy industry with implementing Saudi Vision 2030, where the deputy crown prince is spearheading towards modernization.
In the previous year, Saudi Arabia ranked as number one with Ali al-Naimi and his global influence in oil and gas shipping.
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