With the attacks on Saudi oil facilities this month, energy security is back in the news headlines.
Petrol prices have soared by Rs 1.59 a litre and diesel by Rs 1.31 in the last six days — the most since daily price revision was introduced in 2017, as a massive strike at Saudi Arabian oil facilities jolted oil markets.
- Petrol price jumps Rs 1.59/ltr, diesel Rs 1.31/ltr after Saudi attacks (Times of India: Sep 22, 2019 at 6:08 AM)
- Petrol Price Jumps Rs 1.59/Liter, Diesel Rs 1.31/Liter After Saudi Attacks (Bloomberg Quint: Sep 22, 2019 at 12:24 PM)
- Delhi petrol price jumps Rs 1.59/ltr, diesel Rs 1.31/ltr after Saudi attacks (India Today: Sep 22, 2019 at 7:04 AM)
The end of the Netanyahu era would be an extraordinary moment in Israeli politics. He is the country’s longest-serving prime minister, having held the post for a total of more than 13 years.
…government’s 2019 growth target of 2.3 per cent. This week’s attack on Saudi oil facilities could also be a blow — as a big importer, Turkey is vulnerable to the economic consequences of a sustained oil price…
Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi group last week attacked two plants at the heart of Saudi Arabia’s oil industry in a strike that could impact about 5 million barrels per day of crude production – close to half of the kingdom’s output, or 5 percent of global oil supply.
…Henderson Has the oil price rally stalled? After its record-breaking surge last week, there is only one question weighing on the minds of oil traders: can Saudi Arabia restore lost oil production by the…
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The most since daily price revision was introduced in 2017, as a massive strike at Saudi Arabian oil facilities jolted oil markets.
The past week’s sudden surge in oil prices brought to mind the nightmare of shortages, but it’s not too likely motorists will be queueing to fill up around the world, analysts say.
Difficulty in processing high-grade crude highlighted following refinery attack