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2018-10-08 10:45:00

RUSSIA'S - SAUDIS OIL RISKS

RUSSIA'S - SAUDIS OIL RISKS

PLATTS - Russian and Saudi energy ministers see rising geopolitical risk as driving the recent oil price increase at a time when there is sufficient supply in the market -- a view that resonated with many delegates at Russian Energy Week, as the industry prepares for Iran sanctions to come into force on November 4.

"Prices are continuing to rise and I think that proves the point that it is not the fundamentals of oil supply and demand that is behind this price increase," Saudi energy minister Khalid al-Falih said, during a key session of…

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Tags: RUSSIA, SAUDI ARABIA, OIL, PRODUCTION, PRICE

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