Gulf oil supplies are secure despite fresh threats by the Al-Qaeda network after a foiled suicide bombing against Saudi Arabia’s biggest processing plant, Qatar’s energy minister has said. “I am confident Gulf producers are taking very strong precautions,” Abdullah bin Hamad al-Attiyah told reporters in Doha at a meeting of Western and Muslim leaders Sunday. “Security is there and available and is at its highest level and I believe there will be no disruption of supplies.” Full Story
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