March 15, 2001
A Saudi Airlines plane that arrived in Amman Thursday on a regular flight from Riyadh was evacuated after authorities were told there was a bomb on bo
In a newly published book titled “the Desert Governess,” Phyllis Ellis, a British widow compares herself to Anna Leonowens, the British governess who
Reports say that Saudi Arabia has kept crude supply to its major western and Asian customers unchanged for April, leaving customers to speculate on Sa
Two cases of foot-and-mouth disease have been discovered in the western Saudi port city of Yanbu. Meanwhile UAE announced that eight news cases of the
Police in Saudi Arabia have rounded up more Britons in secret raids, saying they are linked to a bombing campaign by rival manufacturers of bootleg al
OPEC will cut output by at least 500,000 barrels per day, said Venezuelan Oil Minister Alvaro Silva. That figure is "a minimum".
March 14, 2001
Saudi Basic Industries Corp. (SABIC) announced on March 13th that an expansion project worth $2.6 billion at the Yanpet petrochemical complex in Yanbu had come on stream.
Venezuelan Oil Minister Alvaro Silva and Indonesian Energy and Mines Minister Purnomo Yusgiantoro said on March 13th that OPEC would likely cut production at the group’s upcoming March 16th meeting in
Oil prices trickled lower on Tuesday despite a pledge from OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia that the group would cut output when it meets on Friday.
Local Saudi businessmen estimate the invested funds in the holy cities of Mecca and Madinah will hit peak records in the upcoming years.
The Saudi Al-Othaim Trading Group is planning to build 30 new trade centers throughout the kingdom. The group's new strategy includes expanding the existing local branches and penetrating into new tra
March 13, 2001
A 13-member ring of forgers of Saudi Arabian entry visas were arrested by Iranian authorities on Monday.
Key oil producers Saudi Arabia, Mexico and Venezuela are to meet here later today to coordinate policy "crucial for the stabilization of crude prices according to the needs of the market," the Riyadh-
My presentation today will be about the possible future direction of the world oil market, and the role of Asia, East and West, in this market.
March 12, 2001
Saudi Oil Minister Ali al-Nuaimi and Mexican Energy Minister Ernesto Martens held talks in Riyadh on Sunday and aimed for a joint stand with Venezuela