Saudi Aramco to cut capital spend by $8bn

17 March 2020

Saudi Aramco is planning on cutting its capital spending by up to nearly $8bn compared to last year after its income slid due to factors including lower oil prices.

The company expects capital spending for 2020 to be $25bn-$30bn compared to $32.8bn last year and $35.1bn in 2018.

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