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30 Mosques Renovated Under Crown Prince’s Plans to ‘Develop Historical Mosques’

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The first phase of the Mohammed bin Salman project for ‘Developing Historical Mosques‘ has been completed with the renovation of 30 mosques across different regions in the Kingdom.

The project had cost so far more than SR50 million ($13 million) and the first phase that covered 10 regions took 423 days, this falls under the crown prince’s plans to renovate 130 historical mosques in the Kingdom.

Renovations are done with the help of specialized companies in heritage buildings to ensure the preservation of the historical landmarks, and the involvement of Saudi engineers as well to ensure the preservation of each mosque’s authentic urban identity and at the same time use new, high-quality materials.

This historical mosques have been closed for over 40 years and the government is working hard toward renovating them and opening them once again to the public.

The renovated mosques will include several facilities such as women’s prayer rooms, services for disabled people, air conditioning, lighting and acoustics.

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Saudi Arabia’s Big Plan to invest in Al Jafurah Gas Field

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Breaking news in Riyadh! Saudi Arabia is finally investing $110 billion to develop unconventional gas reserves in Al Jafurah! What?

As Saudi Arabians, you might be quite familiar with Al-Jafurah because it is well known for being the world’s largest conventional oilfield! We all know Saudi Arabia for being rich in oil and gas, which is why this news is delightful to hear!

Al Jafurah is estimated to hold 200 trillion cubic feet of wet grass which will make it easier for them to plan out the execution! The plans for later developing the grounds was reviewed last month by the Saudi High Commission for Hydrocarbons in a previous meeting by the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman!

The phased development of the field is expected to gradually increase Saudi productions to 2.2 trillion cubic feet by approximately 2036. This investment will definitely help rain money down on Riyadh! Yes it will take a few years to execute the plan and set everything in motion, but it will be a fortunate journey for the citizens of Saudi Arabia.

The Crown Prince stated that the 22 years it will take to fully develop the field will definitely provide the government with an annual income of $8.6 billion as well as will contribute to the kingdom’s gross domestic product per year!

The field is expected to produce 130,000 barrels per day! Yawza, what a number! They’ll also be capable of producing around 500,000 BPD of gas liquids and condensates. The term unconventional gases refer to reserves in using advanced extraction methods such as the ones used in the Shade Gas Industry.

A team of several high tech savvies as well as advanced workers will be in charge of such a life changing event happening in Saudi Arabia!
Great changes are taking place in Saudi Arabia and it is believed to be a positive one where millions and millions will be made! Maybe this will even make it to the Guinness World Book of Records in 2020, we’ll just have to wait and see!

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Crown Prince Mohamed Bin Salman Honored Graduates of King Faisal Air Academy

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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Monday attended the graduation ceremony at the King Faisal Air Academy in Riyadh of the the 97th batch of students.

The ceremony also saw the presence of the Minister of State Prince Turki bin Mohammed bin Fahd, Interior Minister Prince Abdul Aziz bin Saud bin Naif, National Guard Minister Prince Abdullah bin Bandar and Deputy Defense Minister Prince Khalid bin Salman.

Maj. Gen. Hazim Al-Ghashyan, the academy’s commander, then gave an inspirational speech in which he spoke highly of the Saudi leadership in showing tremendous support for the college and its students.

The batch included international students who came all the way from Bahrain and Kuwait to spend three years learning at the Academy and training with their fellow colleagues.

The students then delivered a military of the academy’s cadets followed by reciting their oaths and finally their results were announced.

The crown prince handed out awards to students with high achievements, and certificates to graduates from other countries.

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Saudi Arabia’s Green Falcon Team Qualifies For Tokyo Olympics

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Saudi Arabia’s football team has been qualified to the Men’s Olympic Football Tournament Tokyo 2020, making them the first Asian team, after hosts Japan, to book their place at the Olympics.

The Green Falcons made their victory after their 1-0 win over Uzbekistan which made them progress to the final of the AFC U-23 Championship Thailand 2020.

This will also mark the team’s first qualification to the Men’s Olympic Football Tournament since 1996.

Two more Asian teams will be joining Japan and Saudi Arabia, those who will qualify in the second AFC U-23 Championship finalist and the winner of the third-place playoff.

The Men’s Olympic Football Tournament Tokyo 2020 will kick off on the 23rd of July and the match for the gold medal will be played on August 8th.

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