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Saudi pledges steady supply as Trump ends waivers for oil imports from Iran

The Saudis are closely monitoring oil-market developments after the US announcement regarding export sanctions on Iran, Al-Falih said in a statement

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Saudi Arabia will coordinate with other crude producers to ensure that adequate supplies are available and the market “does not go out of balance,” Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih said, after the US ended waivers for buyers of Iranian oil. The Saudis are closely monitoring oil-market developments after the US announcement regarding export sanctions on Iran, Al-Falih said in a statement. “In the next few weeks, the Kingdom will be consulting closely with other producing countries and key oil consuming nations to ensure a well-balanced and stable oil market, for the ...