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Aramco signed strategic purchase agreements with local manufacturers of drilling heads for wells..This will cover the company's needs of the drill heads which cost 1 billion SR every year..They are now 100% made in KSA..

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Saudi Arabia: The arrival of additional batches of the Canadian troop carrier LAV-700


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No one knows the exact number because the contract details are confidential..One of the Saudi conditions in the deal is not to disclose anything, and this is comes from the Canadians themselves!!

Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs:
Among the Kingdom's conditions is that the contract remains strictly confidential

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/canada-saudi-arabia-lav-1.5528460

But the deliveries have been going on for years and in several different types, and this shows the size of the deal!! ..The Saudi-Canadian contract extends for more than 10 years


About LAV 700:

https://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world//canada/lav-700.htm


* The deal was $13 billion.. assuming each vehicle cost $5 million (max).. that will be 26 000 LAV 700.. most likely more..as $5 million each is exagerated.. but just to give a realistic number that goes up to 30 000 vehicles..
 

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Saudi Arabia: The arrival of additional batches of the Canadian troop carrier LAV-700


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No one knows the exact number because the contract details are confidential..One of the Saudi conditions in the deal is not to disclose anything, and this is comes from the Canadians themselves!!

Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs:
Among the Kingdom's conditions is that the contract remains strictly confidential

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/canada-saudi-arabia-lav-1.5528460

But the deliveries have been going on for years and in several different types, and this shows the size of the deal!! ..The Saudi-Canadian contract extends for more than 10 years


About LAV 700:

https://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world//canada/lav-700.htm


* The deal was $13 billion.. assuming each vehicle cost $5 million (max).. that will be 26 000 LAV 700.. most likely more..as $5 million each is exagerated.. but just to give a realistic number that goes up to 30 000 vehicles..
30.000 - LAV's that is significiant amount how many did they already recieve and when was this deal signed
 

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30.000 - LAV's that is significiant amount how many did they already recieve and when was this deal signed
Signed in 2014.. the numbers are secret as posted above.. and there is ToT.. That is all what is known so far..





The number is realistic considering KSA has only 1000 MBT for its huge land.. The Western trend is also the same .. less heavy tanks and more armoured vehicles.. The LAV 700 is similar to the US "Stryker"



 
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South Korea’s SMART SMR Gets New Life

January 18, 2020 by djysrv
  • Saudi Arabia has updated its agreement with South Korea to complete a 100 MWe SMR, to license it for use in that country and to offer it for export.
  • The joint project between the two countries, which began in 2011, had been stalled for several years, but is now moving forward.
  • The renewed development agreement places South Korea in a pole position relative to Saudi Arabia’s planned tender expected later this year for two full size nuclear reactors.
(NucNet) The government of South Korea and the King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy in Saudi Arabia have updated their agreement to create a joint venture for the construction of a low-power small modular nuclear reactor (100 MWe).

conceptual SMART


A three year $130 million feasibility study followed and has resulted in what could be a KSA commitment to build the first two units for a preliminary estimated cost of $1 billion. Assuming the cost of the 100 MWe units comes in at $4000/Kw, each reactor will cost $400 million with the remaining $200 million for balance of plant such as turbines, switch yard and grid improvements. Training of KSA experts to build and operate SMART reactors is part of the package.

https://neutronbytes.com/2020/01/18/south-koreas-smart-smr-gets-new-life/



https://www.reutersevents.com/nucle...-smart-deal-nuscale-targets-canada-smr-design



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The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia during the reign of King Salman and within two years turned into an industrial country:

1- Transferring nuclear technology to fourth generation reactors and owning intellectual property rights, i.e. the possibility of exporting and modifying as required

2- Transferring transport aircraft technology with intellectual property rights to them that manufacture, modify and sell the number you want

3- Transfer of reconnaissance satellite technology with 50% ownership rights


There were also joint manufacturing deals or manufacturing with a license up to 2016.. Examples:

1- Manufacture of Black Hawk helicopters with a license
2- Manufacture of radars and electronic warfare systems in a JV
3- Manufacture of communication devices in a JV
4- Manufacture of 155mm and 105mm artillery ammunition under license from Rheinmetall
5- Manufacture of munitions of the MK family for aircraft
6- Converting MK bombs to GBU by making smart parts under license at Advanced Electronics Company

Obviously there are 10s of other JVs since..
 
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SABIC operates through three Strategic Business Units – Petrochemicals, Agri-Nutrients and Specialties – and one standalone organization, Metals (Hadeed). They support customers by identifying and developing opportunities in key end markets such as construction, medical devices, packaging, agri-nutrients, electrical and electronics, transportation and clean energy.
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Will we see the tempest with the Saudi flag in the coming period?
The probability is pretty high..

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Japan, India and Saudi Arabia are among countries that have previously been mentioned as potential partners

“The U.K. is keen to see more international partners join us. … There is room for a broad range of other partnerships,” Wallace said.

https://www.defensenews.com/smr/nat...k-ups-team-tempest-longs-for-steady-partners/

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Saudi Arabia can: It has a very excellent industrial structure in the field of aviation electronics - parts - spare parts - all including engines and their components .. And most importantly, high-tech machines + skilled cadres!

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So..It is very possible since:

- Saudi Arabia has one of the best air forces in the world. Integrated air forces are rare on the planet.

- Saudi Arabia is also one of the countries that operates, maintains and produces spare parts and has been assembling British fighters for decades.

- From the Hawk, to the Tornado, to the Typhoon, the development of the Saudi Air Force has always continued on this pattern, which is a natural thing.

- The natural evolution of the kingdom is the acquisition of the British sixth generation fighter.

- It does not require a lot of thinking and theorizing.

Apart from the interest of the Saudi Military Industries to build a national combat platform, this was said by its former president.
 
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An agreement to co-produce and develop the Sky Guard drone for operational use..was signed between Prince Sultan Center for Defense Studies and Research with Advanced Electronics Co.




According to the press release, “Sky Guard’s take-off and landing are automated and remotely controlled through an operations room and mobile communications,” and the system comes with two drones, a ground control station and a ground data station.

It is designed for tactical operations in support of land, air and naval forces, with high identification and tracking capabilities to help them destroy targets.

“The payload is light, 50 kilograms; The range is relatively short, 150 kilometers,” Rickley told Defense News.

The Sky Guard can also fly at a maximum altitude of 18,000 feet, and will be equipped with high-resolution cameras as well as electronic warfare systems.

Saudi Arabia's domestic drone is about to be put into production, and it will fly over 700 kilometers.


Saudi Arabia's domestic drone is about to be put into production, and it will fly over 700 kilometers.


Saudi Arabia's domestic drone is about to be put into production, and it will fly over 700 kilometers.


Saudi Arabia's domestic drone is about to be put into production, and it will fly over 700 kilometers.


Saudi Arabia's domestic drone is about to be put into production, and it will fly over 700 kilometers.


The Sky Guard can also use radar sensors, such as synthetic aperture radar with ground moving target indication capability , Allowing multiple target detection and tracking, even in low visibility conditions. Airborne signal intelligence payloads can also be installed.
 
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Will we see the tempest with the Saudi flag in the coming period?
The probability is pretty high..

1622275699360.png


Japan, India and Saudi Arabia are among countries that have previously been mentioned as potential partners

“The U.K. is keen to see more international partners join us. … There is room for a broad range of other partnerships,” Wallace said.

https://www.defensenews.com/smr/nat...k-ups-team-tempest-longs-for-steady-partners/

bae-tempest-3-1800.jpg


Saudi Arabia can: It has a very excellent industrial structure in the field of aviation electronics - parts - spare parts - all including engines and their components .. And most importantly, high-tech machines + skilled cadres!

1529680103239.png


So..It is very possible since:

- Saudi Arabia has one of the best air forces in the world. Integrated air forces are rare on the planet.

- Saudi Arabia is also one of the countries that operates, maintains and produces spare parts and has been assembling British fighters for decades.

- From the Hawk, to the Tornado, to the Typhoon, the development of the Saudi Air Force has always continued on this pattern, which is a natural thing.

- The natural evolution of the kingdom is the acquisition of the British sixth generation fighter.

- It does not require a lot of thinking and theorizing.

Apart from the interest of the Saudi Military Industries to build a national combat platform, this was said by its former president.
I heard but can't remember where that Saudi is one of countries that British want to join in project
I love it just for its face
Sadly I can't marry with an armoured vehicle
30.000 - LAV's that is significiant amount how many did they already recieve and when was this deal signed
30000?! But Saudi don't need all them!!!!!
 

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