Diriyah Gate Development Authority (DGDA) said it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Saudi Arabia’s Petroleum Sustainability Program (OSP) for collaboration on the use of sustainable polymer materials in all its projects and as well as providing the technical and logistical support required with the entities concerned in this area. .
OSP was launched in 2020 with the participation of several government agencies, research institutes and companies in Saudi Arabia.
It works to maximize the added value of hydrocarbons by developing innovative hydrocarbon-based materials, promoting new and sustainable uses of these materials, such as the use of polymer-based materials, the DGDA statement said.
This MoU reflects the interdependence and integration of the Saudi Vision 2030 programs, as the OSP and DGDA are the outcomes of this vision.
The OSP aims to maintain and increase the demand for hydrocarbons, whether as a competitive source of energy or as raw materials used to manufacture various important products, while maintaining the highest levels of economic efficiency and environmental.
At the same time, the DGDA carries out projects based on the principles of sustainability and environmental protection.
The MoU aims to establish strategic cooperation between OSP and DGDA on hydrocarbon-based materials, remarked Engineer Mohammad Hitham Al Tayyar, Program Manager of OSP, after signing the MoU. agreement with Jerry Inzerillo, Director General of the DGDA in the presence of Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Minister of Energy and Chairman of the OSP Oversight Committee and Ahmed AlKhateeb, Minister of Tourism and Secretary General of the Board administration of the DGDA.
The MoU includes identifying opportunities that would improve construction and operations processes in DGDA projects and developing plans to assess and implement those opportunities, as well as developing outreach strategies. to highlight common goals, he said.
The cooperation also includes the provision of the technical information and support required for the evaluation of materials, the coordination between manufacturers, suppliers and relevant entities, and the provision of the support required during the implementation of these opportunities, a he added.
Inzerillo said the agreement supports the localization of the associated supply chain in the kingdom and explores opportunities to maximize the use of raw materials that use Saudi oil as part of the value chain from raw materials to production. both regionally and globally.
As part of the ambitious Saudi Vision 2030, the DGDA was established in 2017 to preserve Diriyah’s history, celebrate its community and develop the historic district of At-Turaif, which is among the World Heritage Sites in the country. Unesco, to be one of the largest in the world. gathering places and center of Saudi culture and heritage, he noted.
The DGDA, he said, is working on the design, restoration and renovation of Diriyah through several ambitious projects, while applying the principles of traditional Najdi architecture, for which the towns and villages of the central region of the kingdom have been known for centuries.
In addition to focusing on cultural experiences, Diriyah will provide special services in different areas such as entertainment, education, shopping, catering, hospitality, and residential and work spaces, he added. .TradeArabia Press Service
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