Energy

Steady on Oil Production, “Bleak Picture” – Saudi Aramco Chairman
01/23/2016

Steady on Oil Production, “Bleak Picture” – Saudi Aramco Chairman

Crude oil production in Saudi Arabia has been holding steady at over ten million barrels a day and shows no sign of adjusting despite the increased pressure of rock bottom prices on output. The Saudi position on production — don’t expect us to lose market share to fix oversupplied market

Council on Foreign Relations President Haass on Saudi-US Relations
01/08/2016

Council on Foreign Relations President Haass on Saudi-US Relations

Richard Haass, a frequent contributor to the show and President of the Council on Foreign Relations was asked about Saudi Arabia’s relations with Iran and with the United States, responding to a letter to the editor of The New York Times. He also commented on the question of dropping oil prices on the world market. Here for your consideration is a transcript of his succinct comments on this topics.

Annual Energy Outlook 2015 – EIA
04/14/2015

Annual Energy Outlook 2015 – EIA

Today we provide the EIA press release for the Annual Energy Outlook with links to the complete report and related materials.

The Kingdom’s Petroleum Policy – Al-Naimi
04/11/2015

The Kingdom’s Petroleum Policy – Al-Naimi

The Oil Minister discussed the Kingdom’s broader petroleum policy as well as the recent oil price fall at the Saudi Economic Association. Here for your consideration is a transcript of his remarks, translated from Arabic, on this critical topic.

For the Record | “The Market Sets the Prices” – Oil Minister
03/23/2015

For the Record | “The Market Sets the Prices” – Oil Minister

Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Ali Al-Naimi commented on the country’s position on energy market conditions, pricing and oil production at the 2nd Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) for Arab States Petroleum Media Forum in Riyadh.

Market Stability Key to Oil Policy – Al-Naimi
03/04/2015

Market Stability Key to Oil Policy – Al-Naimi

Today Saudi Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, the “oil minister,” Ali Al-Naimi addressed the policy behind the Kingdom’s energy production rates and its role in maintaining the stability of the global energy market.