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It's Going To Take A Lot Longer To Repair Bombed Saudi Oil Works

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It's Going To Take A Lot Longer To Repair Bombed Saudi Oil Works

It's Going To Take A Lot Longer To Repair Bombed Saudi Oil Works

Saudi Aramco's facilities suffered devastating attacks last week.

Business Insider reports that while repairs are in emergency mode, it could still be months before they are fully operational.

Saudi officials and oil contractors say the estimate of 10 weeks that company executives have promised is unrealistic.

In fact, ten weeks is a fraction of the time it is now expected to take.

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