OIL MARKET WILL STABLE
PLATTS - Saudi energy minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman pledged on Monday to help ensure the stability of the global oil market amid rising tensions in the Middle East following the US killing of a top Iranian commander in Baghdad.
"As tensions remain high in our region, the kingdom will do all it can to ensure a stable oil market," the minister told the International Petroleum Technology Conference in the Saudi city of Dhahran.
The strike that killed Qassem Soleimani helped to push oil prices up to $70/b for the first time since September,…
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