Last quote by Ali al-Naimi
They (Exxon) wanted us to turn over highly restricted information about our Ghawar field, for instance, that isn't even known within the kingdom outside of the oil ministry and Saudi Aramco.
Nov 04 2016
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Ali al-Naimi is associated, including ExxonMobil, Ghawar, and instance. Most recently, Ali al-Naimi has been quoted saying: “(Exxon's then-boss) Lee Raymond for instance was trying to make the most of his relationship with (the foreign minister at the time) Prince Saud al-Faisal to get a better deal for ExxonMobil.” in the article Saudi Naimi's battles against Western 'greed' shine light on Aramco IPO. An other article where Ali al-Naimi has been quoted is Saudi Arabia and Russia agree oil output freeze but only if others do the same.
Quotes by Ali al-Naimi
Nov 04 2016
(Exxon's then-boss) Lee Raymond for instance was trying to make the most of his relationship with (the foreign minister at the time) Prince Saud al-Faisal to get a better deal for ExxonMobil.
Feb 16 2016
We don't want significant gyrations in prices. We don't want reduction in supply. We want to meet demand and we want a stable oil price. We have to take a step at a time.
Aug 12 2015
We've shown our willingness to coordinate with anybody who wants to stabilise the market.
Mar 10 2015
Currently, they are not choosing to do so. They have their reasons but I want it to be known that Saudi Arabia continues to seek consensus.
Jun 11 2014
Everything's good, stable and everyone's happy.
Feb 23 2011
All these price disorders aren't caused by a shortage in supply. But OPEC and Saudi Arabia are fully prepared to meet any future supply shortage. We've done this in the past, we've succeeded in supplying the market, and getting the market back to stability.
Oct 14 2010
If you want economic growth, you need energy, and energy in the Middle East is gas and oil.
Jun 23 2008
If I were in the business of guessing what prices are going to be, I'd be in Las Vegas.
Jun 23 2008
Whether production is going to increase or decrease, depends on demand from our customers. We don't raise or reduce production just for the sake of it, but as long as there are consumers, you have to meet the consumer's needs.
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