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Pipeline Deal Shows Oil Still King for Investors in Saudi Arabia

Publishing date: Apr 14, 2021  •  1 hour ago  •  4 minute read  • 
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(Bloomberg) — Saudi Arabia is celebrating one of the biggest foreign-investment windfalls in its history after netting more than $12 billion by selling off a stake in the oil pipelines that traverse the desert kingdom.
But the country may also be facing an uncomfortable reality as a result. As carefully cultivated relationships with firms such as BlackRock Inc. and SoftBank Group Corp. have yet to draw in the desired investment, it’s turning to the jewels of its energy industry to attract new money.
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Pipeline deal shows oil still king for investors in Saudi Arabia

Dubai: Saudi Arabia is celebrating one of the biggest foreign-investment windfalls in its history after netting more than $12 billion by selling off a stake in the oil pipelines that traverse the desert kingdom.
But the country may also be facing an uncomfortable reality as a result. As carefully cultivated relationships with firms such as BlackRock Inc. and SoftBank Group Corp. have yet to draw in the desired investment, it's turning to the jewels of its energy industry to attract new money.
The sale of the stake to EIG Global Energy Partners LLC shows how reliant Saudi Arabia is on its traditional mainstay and the challenges Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman faces in diversifying the country away from oil and gas to achieve his Vision 2030 goal. The likes of BlackRock and SoftBank haven't invested back into the country as much as the government might have hoped, while foreigners favor revenue-rich energy assets over tourism and entertainment.

Boris Johnson faces Commons showdown on 'rampant' lobbying abuses

Labour is forcing a vote today on whether to establish a parliamentary committee to look into the issues - with powers to summon witnesses and demand evidence from government.

A $12.5 billion deal shows Saudi oil still eclipses all else

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A $12.5 billion deal shows Saudi oil still eclipses all else
Last Updated: Apr 14, 2021, 03:19 PM IST
Last week’s sale of the stake to EIG Global Energy Partners LLC shows how reliant Saudi Arabia is on its traditional mainstay and the challenges Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman faces in diversifying the country away from oil and gas to achieve his Vision 2030 goal.
In selling assets of its main state-owned energy explorer, Saudi Arabia is following a model successfully implemented by neighbouring Abu Dhabi.
Saudi Arabia is celebrating one of the biggest foreign-investment windfalls in its history after netting more than $12 billion by selling off a stake in the oil pipelines that traverse the desert kingdom.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman's £44m superyacht is seen anchored off Cornwall

Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's £44million super yacht has anchored in Falmouth amid a brewing scandal over meetings with David Cameron and his financier friend.

A US$12.5 billion deal shows Saudi oil still eclipses all else

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A US$12.5 billion deal shows Saudi oil still eclipses all else
Dinesh Nair and Matthew Martin, Bloomberg News
Saudi oil minister says days of 'drill, baby, drill' are over
Saudi Arabia is celebrating one of the biggest foreign-investment windfalls in its history after netting more than US$12 billion by selling off a stake in the oil pipelines that traverse the desert kingdom.
But the country may also be facing an uncomfortable reality as a result. As carefully cultivated relationships with firms such as BlackRock Inc. and SoftBank Group Corp. have yet to draw in the desired investment, it’s turning to the jewels of its energy industry to attract new money.

Boris Johnson lobbied by Saudi prince

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Boris Johnson intervened in a Saudi bid to buy a top English football club after he was personally lobbied by its crown prince.
Mohammed Bin Salman urged him to 'correct and reconsider' a 'wrong' decision by the Premier League, which was accused of blocking a £300million takeover of Newcastle United, it emerged last night. 
The angry crown prince warned the Prime Minister last year that Anglo-Saudi relations would be damaged unless it was reversed.
Mr Johnson asked senior No10 aide Lord Eddie Lister, a Middle East expert, to take up the complaint. Lord Lister said he would 'investigate'.
The Saudis withdrew from the Newcastle deal last July – blaming the Premier League – to the fury of fans convinced the wealthy Middle Eastern state's investment could bring them new success. 

Erdogan's awakening: Brotherhood serpents - ARAB TIMES

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BRAVO to the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for his reconsideration regarding the presence of the Muslim Brotherhood Group in his country. This group had fled to Turkey from Egypt, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and other countries after being convicted on grounds of  sabotage and terrorist practices in the so-called “Arab Spring”.
When the Turks conducted stock-taking ten years after members of the Muslim Brotherhood Group sought asylum in their country, they discovered the high price they incurred as a result of allowing this asylum. The members of this group did not provide them with anything that would be beneficial but rather caused more trouble for the country.

One of David Cameron's top civil servants was allowed to work for Greensill while in Whitehall

Bill Crothers was Government procurement head while a Greensill board adviser
When he quit to work for the lender full-time he did not have to ask for approval
He later received shares that could have been worth more than £5million  
It comes as the lobbying scandal around David Cameron continues to grow 
A photo of the former PM's trip to Saudi Arabia with Lex Greensill was released 

Greensill affair: David Cameron accepts 'lessons to be learnt' as he breaks silence over lobbying scandal – TodayHeadline

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David Cameron insisted he broke no rules over his lobbying for the failed finance firm Greensill – but admitted he should have communicated with the government “through only the most formal of channels”.
The former prime minister, making his first public statement since the controversy emerged last month, said he understood public concern about his contact, including by text message and email, with cabinet ministers including chancellor Rishi Sunak and Matt Hancock.
However, while acknowledging he should have acted differently “so there can be no room for misinterpretation”, he claimed that “many of the allegations that have been made about these issues are not correct.”

Tories join demands for 'cronyism' probe amid David Cameron row

David Cameron issued a statement acknowledging that communications with the Government should be made 'through only the most formal of channels'.

Greensill scandal: government to order inquiry into Cameron lobbying

Greensill scandal: government orders inquiry into Cameron lobbying
Jessica Elgot Deputy political editor
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Photograph: Matt Dunham/AP
The government is to a launch an independent investigation into former prime minister David Cameron’s lobbying for the now-collapsed Greensill and the role of the scandal-hit financier Lex Greensill in government.
The independent review, commissioned by Boris Johnson, will be led by the legal expert Nigel Boardman, a non-executive board member of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
It will look at the development and use of supply chain finance, offered by Greensill, and its associated activities in government, and the role Greensill played in those.

David Cameron's Greensill statement: key passages and what they mean | David Cameron

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Analysis: How ex-PM broke his silence on lobbying claims as media focused on death of Prince Philip

Silencing dissent in MENA: How authorities are targeting exiles, journalists and prisoners of conscience

Members of Jordan’s Darak forces (gendarmerie) stand on guard as protesters demonstrate against measures imposed to curb the spread of Covid-19 amidst concerns over the economy, in Amman, Jordan, 15 March 2021, KHALIL MAZRAAWI/AFP via Getty Images
March 2021 in Middle East and North Africa: A free expression roundup produced by IFEX's Regional Editor Naseem Tarawnah, based on IFEX member reports and news from the region.
Egypt targets its critics abroad. New moves to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for its human rights record. Heightened calls for the release of Bahrain’s prisoners of conscience. Authorities in Morocco charge critical journalists with sex crimes. Silencing coverage of a royal rift in Jordan.

'Nomadland' wins big at diversified BAFTAs

‘Nomadland’ wins big at diversified BAFTAs
The acclaimed film bags four prizes as Chloe Zhao becomes second woman to win best director
By Catherine Shoard / The Guardian
Nomadland, Chloe Zhao’s elegiac drama about the life of ageing van-dwellers in America, has confirmed its position as Oscars frontrunner with four wins at the 74th British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards, including best film.
Zhao took best director, making her only the second woman — following Kathryn Bigelow in 2010 — to pick up the award. Nomadland also won cinematography and leading actress for Frances McDormand.
McDormand did not attend the ceremony, even virtually, which took place in a deserted Royal Albert Hall, drenched in red light, with co-hosts Edith Bowman and Dermot O’Leary wrangling a handful of in-person presenters and scores of video-linked nominees. A select audience attending through their laptops provided often eerie laughter and applause.

MBS Wants Saudi Arabia Fund to Reach $2 Trillion in Assets | Chief Investment Officer

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MBS Wants Saudi Arabia Fund to Reach $2 Trillion in Assets
The crown prince’s ambitious plan for the Public Investment Fund would change the kingdom’s dependence on oil while creating the world’s largest pool of institutional money, but questions remain.
Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has unveiled an ambitious plan that would make the Public Investment Fund (PIF) the largest sovereign wealth fund in the world, increasing its roughly $400 billion in assets to $1.1 trillion by 2025 and $2 trillion by 2030.
Analysts question whether the plan is feasible, but one thing is certain: The 35-year-old de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia doesn’t think small.

Saudi Arabia executes three soldiers sentenced for 'high treason'

Saudi Arabia on Saturday executed three soldiers who were sentenced for "high treason" and "cooperating with the enemy", a statement from the kingdom's defence ministry said.

Iran Isn't the Only State Making the Middle East a Rough Place (Think Israel)

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Iran Isn’t the Only State Making the Middle East a Rough Place (Think Israel)
The image of Iran as a one-of-a-kind terrorist state was further promoted by the Trump administration’s piling on sanctions against Iran in the name of terrorism, even though that move was not a response to any Iranian conduct but instead the disingenuous building of a “sanctions wall” intended to impede the next administration’s ability to save the JCPOA. 
Now that a return to compliance with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action—the multilateral agreement that restricts Iran’s nuclear program—appears to be back on track though by no means assured, it is worth recalling how exceptional are the restrictions to which Iran subjected itself by signing this accord. They are much more limiting than the general rules that are applicable to other nations and under which a country that isn’t Iran can, for example, enrich as much uranium as it wants. Some states have eschewed international rules and monitoring altogether—such as a state elsewhere in the Middle East state that has built what it does not acknowledge but is widely understood to be an arsenal of nuclear weapons. 

Biden Needs a Middle East-Wide Human Rights Policy

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President Joe Biden speaks about foreign policy, at the State Department in Washington, February 4, 2021. 
© 2021 AP Photo/Evan Vucci
On the campaign trail and during his first three months in office, President Biden promised a US return to a multilateral foreign policy that supports human rights. That is an important vision for the Middle East, a region often destabilized by authoritarians and corruption and waves of struggles for better protection of human rights. This region will put to the test the administration's willingness to redefine human rights as a US interest.  
The President is off to a moderate start. He quickly began course corrections for some of the harm done during the previous administration. The US State Department reversed President Trump's last-minute decision to designate the Houthi rebel group in Yemen a terrorist organization. That designation, which many human rights and humanitarian groups criticized, was a serious threat to humanitarian aid in Yemen where six years of conflict has left "5 million people are on the verge of famine," according to the UN.

Ten years of lobbying: The Qatari lobby's operations before and after the blockade

This report is part of the "Hajj (Pilgrimage) to Washington" project published by
Sasapost. It covers the Middle East lobbies in the US between 2010 and 2020. Most of the report is based on documents from the US Department of Justice database, operating under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA). This legislation requires lobbyists to disclose their activities and funds, ensuring that all documents are publicly accessible online.
Thanks to its supportive foreign policy during the Arab Spring, Qatar earned itself many allies and rivals. Among its main opponents is its southern neighbour, Saudi Arabia, and its other neighbour, the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Both countries supported counter-revolutions and sought to suppress and stifle any movement or democratic transition upholding freedoms and advocating for the basic principles of decent living conditions in the region.

Cameron met with Saudi crown prince a year after journalist's murder

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Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was brutally killed in early October 2018.

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