Map. History of Energy conflict

19 February 2020
Iran's Fars news agency says Revolutionary Guards seize ship cause of "smuggling diesel" in the Strait of Hormuz
5 month ago
British Prime Minister's spokesman: London stands with its ally Saudi Arabia
5 month ago
Reuters: India has contacted Aramco's top management to ensure the stability of crude supplies to New Delhi
US Energy Secretary accuses Iran of involvement in attack on Saudi oil facilities
US Secretary of Energy: Iran must take responsibility for action and this behavior is unacceptable
It could take months for Aramco to resume oil production in normal quantities - Reuters
5 month ago
Turkish local oil production surpases 50,000 barrels per day this year, a record, per Turkish Energy Minister
Saudi Aramco orders oil products for immediate delivery after attacks on its facilities
5 month ago
German Foreign Ministry: Attack on Saudi oil facilities could lead to further escalation in the region
5 month ago
Russia's Novak says commercial oil stocks enough to cover Saudi losses
Almost 6M barrels per day of Saudi production capacity knocked out and the market is up just $5.
5 month ago
British Foreign Secretary: Attack on Saudi oil sites is a flagrant violation of international law
5 month ago
Houthis warns foreign firms to leave Saudi oil facilities at Abqaiq
5 month ago
Russian Energy Minister: Attacks on Saudi Aramco could negatively affect global energy security
Iran launched nearly a dozen cruise missiles and over 20 drones from its territory in the attack on a key Saudi oil facility, a senior Trump administration official told @ABC News
Trump administration have declassified photos of the Saudi Aramco Abqaiq strikes5 month ago
Trump administration have declassified photos of the Saudi Aramco Abqaiq strikes
Trump administration declassifies photos of Saudi oil industry targeted by attack showing strikes on 17 different places
Baghdad denies using Iraqi territory to attack Saudi oil installations by drones
Iranian Foreign Ministry says US statements that Tehran behind attacks on Saudi Arabia are false
Smoke billows from Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia after drone strikes set fire to the major oil facilities. Captured by a Planet Dove satellite today, September 14, 20195 month ago
Smoke billows from Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia after drone strikes set fire to the major oil facilities. Captured by a Planet Dove satellite today, September 14, 2019
5 month ago
Saudi Minister of Energy: Saudi Aramco assesses implications and will provide updated information within 48 hours
Saudi oil minister: such terrorist attacks pose a threat to the global economy
Saudi Oil Minister: Terrorist attack led to the temporary suspension of production operations at Abqaiq and Khurais plants
Pompeo: US will work with partners and allies to make sure energy markets get adequate supplies and Iran to be held accountable for its attacks
Pompeo: Tehran is behind nearly 100 attacks on Saudi Arabia while Rouhani and Zarif pretend to engage in diplomacy. Amid all the calls for de-escalation, Iran has launched an unprecedented attack on the world's energy supply. There is no evidence the attacks came from Yemen
The Saudi Embassy in Washington confirms that Trump called Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman today and discussed the recent attacks on Aramco oil facilities @NBCNews
5 month ago
Shutdown after drone attack amounts to a loss of about 5 million barrels of oil per day, ~5% of global daily production of crude.
This is going around: Parts resembling pieces of cruise missiles  seen outside attacked Saudi oil facility5 month ago
This is going around: Parts resembling pieces of cruise missiles seen outside attacked Saudi oil facility
Drone attacks cause fires at major Saudi Aramco oil facility, oilfield5 month ago
Drone attacks cause fires at major Saudi Aramco oil facility, oilfield
Yemen Houthi rebels officially claim the drone attacks on 2 Saudi Aramco @Saudi_Aramco factories in Abqaiq & Khurais on Saturday that caused fires that the company's security forces. @MOISaudiArabia said fires brought under control
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