Monday, June 9, 2008

Shura member calls for oil production curbs in Saudi

From Emirates Business 24/7:
Saudi Arabia's Shura council (parliament) will hold a series of meetings over the next two weeks to discuss a controversial proposal by a key member to curb oil production to save reserves for better prices, Saudi media reported. The council will listen to a report by deputy chairman of the Shura water and public utilities committee, Salim bin Rashid Al Marri, who will argue for cutting crude supplies to maintain the Kingdom's underground reserves....MORE

HT: Big Gav who adds:
Saudi oil revenues have now reached US$1 billion per day.