WorldOil Saudi Arabia open to another OPEC cuts extension Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih agreed with his Venezuelan and Kazakh counterparts to keep all options open in their push to re-balance world oil markets, including the possible extension of output cuts beyond next March. Qatar's growth prospects dim as Saudi-led boycott takes its toll Qatar’s economy will expand this year at the slowest pace since 1995, according to economists surveyed by Bloomberg this month, as the impact of a Saudi Arabia-led boycott is felt on trade and investor confidence. Saudi crude exports fall just as domestic stockpiles dwindle Saudi Arabia, the world’s biggest crude exporter, shipped the least oil in almost three years in June, just as domestic stockpiles are dwindling. Energy Issues Producers have recently reacted to stagnant oil prices with announcements of cuts in capital spending. Saudis are said to cut September oil sales to prized Asia market Saudi Arabia cuts crude sales for next month to buyers in the world’s biggest oil market to help shrink a global glut. London, New York vie for Saudi Aramco IPO Saudi Arabia aims to sell about 5% of Saudi Aramco in an initial public offering next year, and stock exchanges from the UK to Japan are vying for what may be the world’s richest IPO. Qatar crisis is back to square one as economy shows the strain The Saudi-led alliance that severed ties with Qatar reinstated a list of 13 demands that must be met before talks to resolve the eight-week crisis could start. Kuwait joins Saudis, UAE in promising more OPEC oil cuts Kuwait joined the United Arab Emirates in promising to pump less oil after Saudi Arabia called on fellow OPEC producers to cut more supply to help curb the global glut. Oil rallies 2% as Saudi Arabia promises to cut exports Oil rose by more than 2% on Tuesday after Saudi Arabia vowed to reduce exports from next month and OPEC called on members to boost compliance with agreed output cuts to help curb oversupply and support flagging crude prices. Saudi economic pain tests Crown Prince's resolve for change Saudi Arabia’s drive to reduce the economy’s reliance on oil has hit a snag: its reliance on oil.