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While the weekend assaults should have only a limited effect on global markets, their aftermath highlights the vulnerabilities of the kingdom's oil giant, tarnishing its planned IPO and perhaps threatening the OPEC+ alliance.
Belarus and Russia are reportedly planning a large-scale economic integration program that includes a single tax code, consolidated customs service and a unified industry regulator for key sectors like energy, Kommersant reported Sept. 16, citing a preliminary agreement between both countries.
U.S. officials have said that an attack against a Saudi oil processing plant originated on Iranian territory, citing intelligence findings, while Riyadh said it hasn't yet reached the same conclusion after analyzing the information, The Wall Street Journal reported Sept. 16.
Russian energy firm Novatek and other global oil companies have approved the final investment decision for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant on Russia's Gydan Peninsula, World Oil reported Sept. 5. Meanwhile, the shareholders of the Sakhalin-1 oil and gas project are looking to construct an LNG plant in Russia's Far Eastern port of De-Kastri.
U.S. national security adviser John Bolton conducted what he called "fascinating" talks with Belarusian President Alexandr Lukashenko in Minsk on Aug. 29, RFE reported Aug. 29, after which Russian President Vladimir Putin telephoned his Belarusian counterpart Aug. 30 for a follow-up call, according to Tass.
China has threatened retaliatory tariffs on a list of U.S. products in response to Washington's new import duties on $300 billion worth of Chinese goods, Bloomberg reported Aug. 23. U.S. President Donald Trump, meanwhile, said he would respond to Beijing's new tariffs later in the day.
Given China's threats to halt rare earth exports to the U.S., a processing plant in Malaysia stands to remain a critical source for some of those elements -- so long as the operator can address environmental concerns.