Saudi Oil Infrastructure Gets Another Test In Ambitious Houthi Strike

Saudi Oil Infrastructure Gets Another Test In Ambitious Houthi Strike

In a rather stark reminder that a meaningful portion of the world's oil supply is located in a veritable hornet's nest, Ras Tanura was attacked on Sunday. Specifically, a drone strike hit the tank farm and debris from a ballistic missile landed in Dhahran, an Aramco residential area. The Houthis took "credit" for the attacks, which the Saudis appear to have mostly intercepted and otherwise repelled. In all, the Houthis said they employed eight ballistic missiles and more than a dozen bomb-equi
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4 thoughts on “Saudi Oil Infrastructure Gets Another Test In Ambitious Houthi Strike

  1. I really do not understand why the Democrats are not immediately getting on top of the climate change election issue and backing, in a significant way, investment in clean/renewable energy. What is our 10-20 year plan?
    It seems like “the swamp” is still the swamp.

    1. Just another example of a system, in this case, industrial planning, that is broken about America. Our plan is 18 months away with the next election.

      Either way, the Saudis have grasped the importance of the shift, as their statement about the environmental catastrophe shows them having now fully embraced ESG.

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