Opinion: OPEC Divorce And Self-Destruction Thanks To Saudi Oil Strategy?

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Together, the three quotes provide a framework for analyzing Saudi options heading into the December 4 OPEC meeting in Vienna and its choices vis-à-vis the OPEC outsiders (all members but Saudi Arabia and its Gulf Arab allies, Kuwait, UAE, Qatar): reconciliation, separation, or divorce. Of this, the Saudi government will finance $239 billion, while private investors will finance $79 billion, as well as investments in refining (which it does not specify).

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Opinion: Saudi Oil Strategy: Brilliant Or Suicide?

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for example, has ended fuel subsidies, thereby essentially, increasing its budget revenues, while Saudi Arabia recently floated a $4-billion domestic bond offering to help finance its budget. million), and its allies, UAE (2.87), Kuwait (2.8), and Qatar (.67), in Russian and Soviet history, Soviet economics, and International economics, and MBA in finance and marketing. by Dalan McEndree for Oilprice.com.

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Opinion: Saudis Could Face An Open Revolt At Next OPEC Meeting

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As the first anniversary of the Saudi decision approaches, it would be reasonable for OPEC outsiders—OPEC members, other than the Saudis and their Gulf Arab allies, Kuwait, UAE, and Qatar—to interpret Saudi policy shift as designed to serve Saudi interests and those of its Gulf Arab allies rather than their interests and those of OPEC in general. in Russian and Soviet history, Soviet economics, and International economics, and MBA in finance and marketing.

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Opinion: Is Russia Plotting To Bring Down OPEC?

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They include bans on financing for and the supply of critical equipment and technology to important Russian energy projects. Novatek and its partners Total and Chinese National Petroleum Company still lack $15 billion of the $27 billion needed to finance the Yamal LNG plant. If this is the case, Russia could step in, offer Iran financing, and force the Saudis to contemplate prices staying lower longer than they anticipated and therefore continuing pressure on their economy.