Saudi energy minister Falih says output cuts on track, will cajole partners

CNBC | on Thu, Mar 16, 9:19 PM

Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said Riyadh held "frank and friendly" discussions with oil exporters about cutting oil production as promised. Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih urged better delivery from OPEC and 11 other oil producing nations that have vowed to reduce their oil supply. "It's a learning process for some countries and we want them to accelerate that learning and get on board fully," he told CNBC in a Thursday interview. Saudi Arabia[1] has been providing the lion's s...

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