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The following editorial appeared in the Dallas Morning News on Monday, June 30: ___ Last week's oil conference in Saudi Arabia marked a turning point in U.S.-Saudi relations, raising doubts about whether the oil-for-security formula still guides this longtime alliance.
A massive anti-terror sweep has netted more than 500 suspects allegedly planning attacks on oil installations and other targets, Saudi Arabian authorities say.
SAUDI Arabia is willing to produce more oil if customers need it, the kingdom's oil minister said yesterday. Saudi Arabia, the world's largest oil exporter, has been under intense pressure from the US and other oil consumers to increase its crude output to help slow the soaring price of oil.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS JIDDAH, Saudi Arabia Facing strong U.S. pressure and global dismay over oil prices, Saudi Arabia said Sunday that it will produce more crude this year if the market needs it. But the vague pledge fell far short of U.S.
By Sebastian Abbot JIDDAH, Saudi Arabia - Facing strong U.S. pressure and global dismay over oil prices, Saudi Arabia said Sunday it will produce more crude this year if the market needs it. But the vague pledge fell far short of U.S.
Text of report by Indian news agency PTI Dubai, 21 June: India and Saudi Arabia Saturday [21 June] held talks over urgent steps to cool the escalating international crude oil prices. A high-level Indian delegation led by Finance Minister P.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Monday he welcomes Saudi Arabia's offer to host a summit of major oil producers to address soaring fuel prices. Saudi Arabia also has indicated it would increase its oil production by 200,000 barrels a day starting next month to help meet demand.
Energy ministers of major oil producers, consumers to meet on high oil price RIYADH, June 14 (Xinhua) -- Energy ministers of the world's major oil-producing and consuming nations will meet in Saudi Arabia on June 22 to discuss ways of curbing the soaring oil prices, Saudi Oil Minister Ali bin Ibrahim Al-n'aimi said on Saturday.
The Associated Press RIYADH, Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia plans to increase its oil production by 200,000 barrels a day next month, the kingdom's oil minister told U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon on Sunday, according to Ban's spokesman. The U.N.
Saudi officials have advised oil traders and analysts they plan to increase output by 500,000 barrels a day next month, The New York Times reported Friday. Saudi Arabia's current output is 9.45 million barrels a day, up 300,000 barrels from last month.