Having failed completely to consumate a freeze deal in Algiers, the Saudi oil minister throws out a bone of hope to crude bulls that November's OPEC meeting may see a freeze deal. Crude is testing its lows of the day but bouncing around like Hillary's eyes as the minister desperately tries to keep the dream alive.
SAUDI OIL MINISTER DOESN'T SEE OPEC DEAL ON WEDNESDAY (WTF! oh no!!)
SAUDI OIL MINISTER SAYS SEVERAL FREEZE DEALS BEING DISCUSSED (phew so there's hope!)
SAUDI MINISTER SEES OPEC FREEZE DEAL POSSIBLE AT NOV.
Oil producers outside Opec must co-operate to boost falling crude prices, says Saudi Arabia’s oil minister. ||| Riyadh - Oil producers outside Opec must co-operate to boost falling crude prices as the cartel refuses to take responsi...
It appears the entire headline-hockey debacle was a farce: SAUDI ARABIA, IRAN MADE NO PROPOSALS DURING MEETING: ZANGANEH Just minutes before, we got this... U.A.E. `OPTIMISTIC' ABOUT REACHING OIL DEAL, MAZROUEI SAYS UAE: GREAT IF WE...
We're in a new oil era. Speaking in Berlin on Wednesday, the Saudi Arabian oil minister, Ali al-Naimi, told the crowd that OPEC did the right thing by not cutting production at its meeting in November. According to Reuters' John Kem...
Saudi Arabia, the world’s biggest oil producer and Iran’s rival within OPEC, appears to be more amenable to some sort of production limit