Saudi Arabia ARAMCO attacks - 50% of Saudi's oil production destroyed.

Aramco attacks

  • Done by houthis

    Votes: 5 33.3%
  • Done by Iran

    Votes: 9 60.0%
  • KSA will respond military

    Votes: 2 13.3%
  • USA will respond military

    Votes: 1 6.7%
  • Region going to war

    Votes: 3 20.0%
  • No war

    Votes: 7 46.7%
  • Lebanon will be drag to the war

    Votes: 3 20.0%
  • Lebanon will not be drag to the war

    Votes: 6 40.0%
  • Oil will go to 100 dollars

    Votes: 7 46.7%
  • Diplomacy will prevail

    Votes: 4 26.7%
  • Iran will be defeated

    Votes: 5 33.3%
  • Iran will be contained

    Votes: 4 26.7%
  • KSA and it’s allies will be defeated

    Votes: 2 13.3%
  • USA will be defeated

    Votes: 1 6.7%
  • USA and KSA will win

    Votes: 4 26.7%

  • Total voters
    15

Nimaa

Active Member
Fixing means making it operation and so far it is working.
Patch i.e. quick fix can later be replaced with much better alternative and in planned and controlled order.

So, unless goal of Iranian attack was not to stop oil production, but something else, then Iran has failed.
You don't even know where the attack came from, but you know what the "goal of Iranian attack was"?

They haven't fixed anything you single digit brain celled organism. They have brought production back up. I'll leave you to dabble into the difference between those two for a while and see if you can figure out the difference. You can bring production back up in a number of ways, none of which involve fixing the damn plant, BECAUSE YOU CAN'T REBUILD A PLANT IN ONE WEEK LMAO

Where are the pictures of the rebuilt plant?

I showed you the Financial Times article which said they are using their reserves and tapping into other wells. 10% of their reserves have already been used. They are also cutting their domestic fuel quota by 1 million barrels a day to meet export demands.
 

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

Legendary Member
You don't even know where the attack came from, but you know what the "goal of Iranian attack was"?

They haven't fixed anything you single digit brain celled organism. They have brought production back up. I'll leave you to dabble into the difference between those two for a while and see if you can figure out the difference. You can bring production back up in a number of ways, none of which involve fixing the damn plant, BECAUSE YOU CAN'T REBUILD A PLANT IN ONE WEEK LMAO

Where are the pictures of the rebuilt plant?

I showed you the Financial Times article which said they are using their reserves and tapping into other wells. 10% of their reserves have already been used. They are also cutting their domestic fuel quota by 1 million barrels a day to meet export demands.

"You don't even know where the attack came from, but you know what the "goal of Iranian attack was"?" OK, we can remove "Iranian", but the rest stays.
 

fidelio

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
Saudi Arabia has sent messages to Iran's president: Iran government


These Reuters reports are getting shockingly bizarre regarding IRI & KSA.
Are you sure it's the official account?
 

Pasdaran

New Member
Saudi Arabia has sent messages to Iran's president: Iran government


Where is that clown Joseph to tell us that Iran made a huge strategic mistake?

The missile attack has scared the hell out of the Saudis who are now desperate to talk, all the while the Americans are slowly moving their military infrastructure away from the Persian Gulf out of fear for Iranian missiles.
 

Pasdaran

New Member
The US military is practicing moving its Middle Eastern command base to South Carolina because its Qatar base is a ‘sitting duck’ for Iranian attacks

Recent Iranian success at striking military and civilian infrastructure targets in the Persian Gulf region have led the American military to practice switching operational control of military operations from bases located within range of Iranian missiles to bases in the United States that are out of harm’s way.

US Central Command, which controls US forces in most of the Middle East and Central Asia, traditionally splits its headquarters and operations between a logistical and administrative base in Tampa, Florida, and its daily combat operations from a facility outside the Qatari capital of Doha.

On any given day in the region, as many as 300 US warplanes are conducting operations in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan and over allied bases in the Persian Gulf. These flights are usually controlled by a large regional command center at Al Udeid Air Base in the Qatari desert, but this weekend, as detailed in the Washington Post, command and control was temporarily switched to a never-before-used facility in South Carolina over the course of Saturday.

The current schedule plans for the facility to take full command of operations one day per month for now with an expansion to 8 hours a day in the future, according to officials who spoke with the Washington Post. This would allow the new facilities to prepare for the possibility of taking over many operations normally conducted by Al Udeid in the case of a regional war with Iran.

A NATO military attache assigned to the region confirmed the switch over, which US officials said was designed to practice moving key command and control operations out of range of Iranians cruise missiles in the Gulf region, as pushed by last month’s strike by an estimated 20 cruise missile on what was considered a heavily guarded oil facility in Saudi Arabia.

“The command and control of that capability is a sitting duck for the Iranians”

“Iran being able to hit the oil facilities without being seen or intercepted reinforced what has always been a concern: The Americans have a huge amount of military capability in the gulf, but the command and control of that capability is a sitting duck for the Iranians in the case of a regional conflict,” said the NATO officer who does not have permission from NATO or their government to discuss the matter with the press.

“The Abqaiq [oil facility strike] reinforced what many officials had been concerned about: That the US and Saudi defenses of these bases and oil fields were designed to stop large missiles and conventional airstrikes but cannot be trusted to completely prevent attacks by the style of cheap drones and cruise missiles used in that attacks,” the NATO officer said.

Officials admitted the strike on Abqaiq helped drive the decision to decentralize the operations center, as did Iran’s recent shootdown of an American drone over the Persian Gulf as well as repeated attempts by Iran’s regional allies in Yemen, the Houthis, to strike Saudi and UAE airports and government facilities from the wide-open desert between Yemen and the Saudi capital of Riyadh.

Despite being one of the world’s largest purchasers of military equipmentand a key US ally, the Saudi military has been heavily criticized of late for not only failing to prevent the strike on Abqaiq, which disrupted Saudi oil output for weeks, but also for its inability to make any progress in the war in Yemen, where lightly armed Yemeni troops regularly defeat the Saudis and their allies.

 

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

Legendary Member
an aircraft carrier cannot replace an land base, hence why land bases exist

It's air force base, it can be anywhere in the World.

In 2001-2003, before establishing permanent bases in Pakistan and Uzbekistan, USAF was running bombing missions from bases in US.

More expensive, of course, but still doable.
 
It's air force base, it can be anywhere in the World.

In 2001-2003, before establishing permanent bases in Pakistan and Uzbekistan, USAF was running bombing missions from bases in US.

More expensive, of course, but still doable.
I didn't say it isn't doable ... intercontinental missiles existed since the 60s .. still .. it is not more expensive, it is ridiculously expensive when you are following few terrorists with gears that do not exceed 400-500 USDs
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fidelio

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter

I didn't say it isn't doable ... intercontinental missiles existed since the 60s .. still .. it is not more expensive, it is ridiculously expensive when you are following few terrorists with gears that do not exceed 400-500 USDs
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proIsrael-nonIsraeli

Legendary Member
I didn't say it isn't doable ... intercontinental missiles existed since the 60s .. still .. it is not more expensive, it is ridiculously expensive when you are following few terrorists with gears that do not exceed 400-500 USDs

First, there is nothing more expensive than lost life(lives) of our guys.
Second, your concern for my money is greatly appreciated.
 
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