Oil tanks at a plant in Haradh, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. AFP
Saudi Arabia raised the local price for Octane 95 to 2.10 riyals from 2.02 riyals last quarter and Octane 91 to 1.44 riyals from 1.37 riyals per litre, state oil firm Saudi Aramco said on Saturday. The change goes into effect on Sunday (April 14), the company said in a statement,
Saudi Aramco is set to raise $12 billion with its first international bond issue after receiving more than $100 billion in orders, a record breaking vote of market confidence for the oil giant. State-owned Aramco›s bond issue, split into maturities ranging from three to 30 years, is seen as a gauge of potential investor interest in the Saudi company›s eventual initial public offering.
Riyadh is committed to “stabilise” the oil market after a US decision to end sanction exemptions for Iran’s customers, Saudi Arabia›s Energy Minister Khalid Al Falih said on Monday. The kingdom reaffirms its longstanding policy, which seeks to stabilise the markets at all times,” he said in a statement carried by the official Saudi Press Agency.
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