Norvergence – The Relation between Saudi Arabia Oil Attacks and Greenhouse Gases

Norvergence believes that it’s important to reveal the relation between greenhouse gases and Saudi Aramco. September 14, 2019, the date has been already written in the dark history of Saudi Arabia. The country that was considered one of the safest in the Middle East has been attacked by a drone resulting in a series of explosions.

The responsibility for the attack was claimed by the Yemeni Houthi Movement whereas the other researchers of Norvergence have conducted research and found that a Qatar-linked website “Middle East Eye” claimed that the attack was carried out by Iraqi Hashd al-Shaabi.

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The attacked oil field, Saudi Aramco is the world’s largest corporate emitter of greenhouse gasses and it has already released more than 40 billion metric tons of greenhouse gases.

The article named “Saudi Aramco is the World’s Largest Emitter of Greenhouse Gases” talks more about the issues of greenhouse gases and why Saudi Aramco considered the largest emitter of greenhouse gases.

Norvergence – The Relation between Saudi Arabia Oil Attacks and Greenhouse Gases

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