November 18, 2000
The European Union is worried about soaring oil prices and their impact on world economic growth.
Turkey's Foreign Minister Ismail Cem arrived in Saudi Arabia on Saturday after years of cool ties between the two countries.
Four Filipinos who killed an Indian guard during an armed robbery in the Red Sea city of Jeddah have been executed.
US Energy Secretary Bill Richardson called on Saturday for oil at 20-25 dollars a barrel, warning that at 30 dollars it was damaging developing countr
Flash floods in Saudi Arabia swept away 10 people, killing seven, after heavy rains.
November 17, 2000
Saudi Arabia pledged Friday at the opening of a major oil forum to work in concert with other producers and consumers to bring stability to the raging
Four Filipinos and one Saudi were beheaded by sword on Friday after they were found guilty of murder and armed robbery.
Saudi Arabia hosts Friday a major forum of producers and consumers seeking a deal on a price range as the cost of crude remains dangerously high.
A Briton died and his wife was slightly injured by a suspected car bomb in the central shopping district of the Saudi capital on Friday.
November 16, 2000
The Saudi stock exchange made a small downturn of 0.3 percent in the week that ended Thursday as investors waited for annual financial data from the c
Ministers and officials from 42 countries and nine organizations converged on Riyadh Thursday, the eve of the 7th International Energy Forum aimed at
Over the past year, rumours of a partial sell-off for the state-owned Saudi Telecommunications Company (STC), have intensified. Although negotiations have apparently broken down with potential investo
Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest oil exporter and a major ally of the biggest consumer, the United States, hosts a conference this weekend to try to bridge the growing divide between producers and co
The Saudi Detergents Arab Company (DAC) is planning to build two new chemical detergent manufacturing factories, reported <I>Al-Hayat</I> newspaper. These two new plants will be built in Saudi Arabia
November 15, 2000
Saudi Arabia hosts a conference this weekend to try to bridge the growing divide between producers and consumers.