[size=36]Saudi Arabia to set OPEC decision on oil production[/size]
said the Saudi energy minister, Khalid al - Faleh, said that "OPEC" will not make a decision on oil production before the end of June.
Al-Falih said on Saturday that he was not sure there was a shortage of oil supplies, noting that data from America still showed "substantial increases" in stocks.
On the impact of recent developments in the Middle East on oil prices and supplies, Al-Faleh said that "OPEC" will be flexible on oil supplies, "and we will do what is right."
"We have to keep the oil market in the direction of balance and the return of stocks to their normal level, but we will be also responsive."
It is noteworthy that the aircraft of a convoy of the Ansar Allah (Houthi), carried out on Tuesday an attack on two stations to pump oil in the pipeline, which is transporting crude from fields in the eastern region to the port of Yanbu on the west coast of Saudi Arabia.