The Gulf Institute report: Security Threats to Saudi Arabia’s Oil Infrastructure appeared in an analysis on Ahram Online news Wednesday 27 Nov 2013.
The report is an in-depth analysis on the security risks and potential threats facing the Kingdom’s oil infrastructure. The report examines the various facets of Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure and production capabilities. It then goes on to detail the multitude of threats to the oil infrastructure and the Saudi military capabilities to respond to such threats.
From Ahram Online: The Washington-based Institute for Gulf Affairs has issued a report highlighting security threats facing Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure in a domestic and regional context.
The report, Security Threats to Saudi Arabia’s Oil Infrastructure, calls on the government to enhance its security measures to ensure the protection of oil wells, refineries, export terminals and other facilities, despite an already “impressive array” of protective steps.
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