A different story is starting to emerge regarding Saudi Oil repairs. Just yesterday, Aramco’s CEO Amin Nasser reiterated production would be back to its former levels by the end of the month.
But now the story has suddenly changed??
Well, According to the Wall Street Journal it has. Aramco’s Repairs Could Take Months Longer Than Company Anticipates, Contractors Say (Check out the images in this article) https://www.wsj.com/articles/aramcos-repairs-could-take-months-longer-than-company-anticipates-contractors-say-11569180194 The Saudis are getting the wrong contractors....or perhaps there's just not enough oil left to justify the speedy repair. The Chinese build a 57-storey skyscraper in just 19 days – time-lapse:
How 1,500 Chinese Workers Built a Railroad in Only 9 Hours https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTI4pA21j6I
A (fictional) journalist put the following scenario forward "Aramco is unhappy with how quickly oil prices dropped after the "Iranian attack", and since its objective from the very beginning - especially with its IPO looming - was to get oil prices higher, and with its reputation to prevent "outside shocks" in tatters, it is now creating its own bottlenecks in restoring output". The official response was:
Maybe they should call for intergalactic assistance? https://youtu.be/Xto2J-5MW1A And perhaps install some star fleet phasers rather than patriot missiles?
U.S. Ships More Air Defense Systems That Do Not Work To Saudi Arabia
Saudi’s foreign minister (wearing my wife's tea towel on his head) tells Hadley Gamble from CNBCi that "The attack against Saudi Aramco was an attack against the world" when challenged that he claimed that the Kingdom would be prepared to fight until the last American soldier he said that was "ridiculous" (because Saudi Arabia won’t attack Iran. But it may pay someone else to Nesrine Malik; The US is being fooled that it needs to rescue its ally in the Middle East. The Saudis always get others to fight for them https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/sep/22/saudi-arabia-iran-us-middle-east-saudis#comments
They are at it again
The Wall Street Journal (again) reports: Yemeni Rebels Warn Iran Plans Another Strike Soon The information has been passed along to the Saudis and the U.S., according to people briefed on the warnings
BEIRUT—Houthi militants in Yemen have warned foreign diplomats that Iran is preparing a follow-up strike to the missile and drone attack that crippled Saudi Arabia’s oil industry a week ago, people familiar with the matter said.
People not familiar with the matter said:
Has anyone noticed the amount of refinery fires etc lately?
Sept 2019: PEMEX fire at their most important refinery https://www.rt.com/news/469023-pemex-blast-mexico-oil/
Sept 2019: Italy's largest oil refinery on fire https://www.rt.com/news/468986-italy-oil-refinery-blast/
Sept 2019: Mumbai oil refinery fire https://www.rt.com/news/467838-india-oil-refinery-fire/
Aug 2019: Baytown Texas oil refinery fire https://www.rt.com/usa/465498-exxon-oil-plan-on-fire/
June 2019: Largest East coast refinery fire (permanently closed) https://www.rt.com/usa/462390-massive-explosions-pennsylvania-oil-refinery/
Nov 2018: Moscow Oil refinery fire:https://www.rt.com/russia/444233-moscow-oil-refinery-fire/
Oct 2018: Bosnia oil refinery fire https://www.rt.com/news/440819-explosion-oil-refinery-bosnia/
Sept 2018: Bavaria oil fire: https://www.rt.com/news/437399-bavaria-refinery-fire-blast/
June 2018: Wisconsin oil refinery fire https://www.rt.com/usa/425241-casualties-wisconsin-oil-explosion/
Jan 2018: Taiwan oil refinery fire https://www.rt.com/news/417333-taiwan-oil-refinery-fire/
Extinction rebellion? (LOL). Move on Nothing to see here