Taher threatens output cuts, but the figures point upwards

Issue 27 - 01 Jul 1980
Petromia governor Abdul Hadi Taher does not hold out a rosy picture for OECD consumers of Saudi oil who do not have direct supply contracts. But if all his figures and commitments are taken at face value, Saudi Arabia is left with little option but to push up production over the next five years and use the additional capacity Aramco is creating.

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