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Anas Alhajji
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Anas Alhajji 53m
Replying to @Smran999
يبدو انك فهمت الموضوع بالعكس، ولكن لا ألومك بسبب طريقة صياغة الخبر
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عمان: أوبك وحلفاؤها تجاوزوا خفض إمدادات النفط بمقدار 600 ألف ب/ي في...
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أوبك وحلفاؤها يكافحون لضخ المزيد من النفط مع تقلص إمدادات إيران
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Turkish Petroleum to look for oil in Sudan
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Libya's AGOCO resumes 3,000 bpd production at abandoned well in Messla
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«أجوكو» الليبية تستأنف إنتاج 3 آلاف برميل يومياً من النفط بحقل المسلة
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Replying to @Abdulla_L1
قرات عنها ووصلت إلى نتيجتك نفسها، إلا أن ذلك كان منذ 35 عاما مضت... زاد الطلب على النفط خلالها بنسبة 40%!
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Anas Alhajji 2h
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Anas Alhajji 2h
Today is the second birthday of the tweet below. Just hit translate button! Surprised?
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Anas Alhajji 2h
في هذا اليوم، منذ عامين تماما، غردت التغريدة أدناه! 👇 راقبوا نتائج اجتماع لجنة المراقبة في أوبك اليوم الأحد.
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Anas Alhajji 2h
as people talk about oil prices above or lower than $80/b, this is a reminder from last April! 👇
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وزارة الطاقة والصناعة والثروة المعدنية 9h
معالي ⁦⁩ يرأس وفد المملكة في أعمال الاجتماع العاشر للجنة الوزارية لمراقبة الإنتاج. ⁦
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Anas Alhajji 9h
Replying to @dhawan_rajan
All I am saying is that increase in production and release of SPR may not lower prices much
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Anas Alhajji 10h
I still see a highly possible scenario where 1- all eyes on in November 2- + add 300kbd-400kbd in November above today’s level 3- Trump releases 30 mb from SPR 4- yet there will be production disruption somewhere else 5- SA and Russia end up winners
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Anas Alhajji 10h
In the 1970s and early 1980s, researchers divided OPEC into price 'Hawks" and "Doves" Now, take your pick!
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Anas Alhajji Sep 21
Replying to @anasalhajji
6- therefore, the report that was widely cited today about the military cost of protecting oil misses the point: the figure cited is mostly the cost of dominance, not the cost of protecting oil. You can stop protecting oil, what do you lose? Got it?
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Anas Alhajji Sep 21
Replying to @anasalhajji
10- to conclude, raising the issue of military cost of protecting oil is not only politically motivated, but also ignores that facts and misses the foreign policy and security objectives of the US
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Anas Alhajji 11h
also "talking" or "listening"? makes difference.
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Anas Alhajji 11h
Replying to @michelfrenchie8
Also, the US does not import any oil from Iran.
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Anas Alhajji 11h
Replying to @michelfrenchie8
The talk is not about the "growth", it is about the existing 6 mb/d that has been added within the biggest oil market in the US. Any talk about "crude quality" is related to shale GROWTH
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