Ibrahim al-Muhanna’s ‘Oil Leaders’ sees the legendary advisor to successive Saudi oil ministers provide a fascinating look behind the scenes at the dynamics and the individuals that drove global oil markets for more than forty years. But it is also so much more. In examining the personalities and relationships that have shaped defining market moments, Mr Muhanna’s memoir is an invaluable prism through which to examine current and future events that will provide invaluable insights for years to come.
“Petroleum is a highly important part of the global economy, and the personality of these decision makers is as important as the commodity itself,” writes the author. (CONTINUED - 1127 WORDS)