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Saudi Retains Oil Power as Bush Tries to Break Free

U.S. President George W. Bush should be careful about wishing to kick America’s addiction to Middle East oil because he might just lose a trusted supplier. Oil superpower Saudi Arabia could be very happy to redirect barrels unwelcome in the United States into energy-hungry Asia, where Riyadh has made no secret of its drive to expand.”It really doesn’t matter to us,” said Nawaf Obaid, a Saudi oil adviser. “We can sell our oil anywhere.” Full Story

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