January 3, 2001
Only two days after Saudi Oil Minister Ali Naimi had cautioned that Riyadh would support a production cut at OPEC’s next meeting on January 17th, a Saudi oil official was quoted as saying that the kin
January 2, 2001
Iran and Saudi Arabia have ironed out the details for an historic security agreement as the two nations work toward moving on from their past difficul
An Iraqi foreign ministry official said Tuesday that the case of a Saudi pilot downed in Iraq during the 1991 Gulf War, and whose presumed remains wer
Saudi Arabia began selling unleaded petrol (gasoline) domestically Sunday to support regional and international efforts to protect the environment.
Saudi Arabia beheaded by the sword two nationals for murder Monday in the first executions of 2001.
Five Britons have been detained in Saudi Arabia over alcohol-related offences, but British consular officials have been unable to visit two of them si
Official statistics revealed that the number of registered automobiles in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia grew to 7,046,154 in 1997-1998, translating into a 20 percent rise since 1994.
A Saudi fish specialist estimates the total fish and shrimps consumption in the kingdom at 100,000 tons per annum.
After weeks of warnings from his colleagues that OPEC was preparing to make output cuts at its upcoming conference in Vienna on January 17th, Saudi Oil Minister Ali Naimi on December 31st chimed in wi
A recently publicized study conducted by the Saudi Cooperative Insurance Company estimated the value of the total subscribed insurance installments in the Saudi markets at SR 2.86 billion in 1999 comp
January 1, 2001
The Saudi private health market, presently valued at four billion Saudi riyals ($1.06 billion) per annum, is expected to grow to SR 13 billion ($3.46 billion).
The Arab Company for Pharmaceutical Industries has revealed that it is negotiating the set up of a pharmaceutical raw materials manufacturing plant by $27 million investment costs.
Galileo International has listed the UAE and Saudi Arabia as its prime markets in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region (EMEA).
N.J.SANDER explains to us the importance of structure drills in the early oil exploration of the Eastern Province, and why this methodology proved to be efficient.
Kamal BABOUR has studied Physics and Applied Mathematics at the university Paris beforespecializing in Earth Sciences. After 8 years spent in academic research on electromagnetism, he joined Schlumbe