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    difference being that Saudi Government now ask for promise of minimum royalty of two hundred thousand pounds ...

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    is however so disgusted with the latest Saudi proposals that| in view of the fact that his Principals show little eagerness to increase their offer, he refused to consider them and withdrew his ... approximating to the Minister of Finance''s demands. Phil by is of opinion that the Saudi an Government might ...

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    is entitled to no official assistance. Moreover it would oe undesirable that he should give Saudis impression ...

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    as 3a»udi Arabia would collapse at his death if not before. 3. Shaikh also rather laboured to adviser idea ...

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    u-l COSTIVE JmAL . Ko5 0/232-10/5. Political Agency, Bahrain,the 27th June 1933. My dear Fowle, - ^ i| lb The following simple story from Bahrain, for what it is worth,amy amuse and possibly interest you:- "On a day the King of Sa'udi Arabia came to Jiddah and saw there a man named . He ©aid W I do ...

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    June, regarding oil conceBBions in Arabia, we entirely agree that it would be desirable, if poanihle, ... of the facts (l) that under the Iraq -'etroleum Company Agreement, in the whole of Arabia with the execution ...

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    'Abdurrahman al feyeal al Sa'ud, King of the Sa'udi Arab Kingdom. After reliance upon God. And after ... of Petrol and its extracts that may be found in the eastern portion of our Sa'udi Arab Kingdom within ...

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    of tools and other machines and their shipment to Sa'udi Arabia and also include the preparation of roads, ...

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    by the Company for its ordinary woris: within Sa^di Arabia# 3rd. Oil which will be required for the purpose ...

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    into force (to the correspondents of the Netherlands Trading Society of Jedda Sa'udi Arabia) at Hew York ... whether in fc^udi Arabia or in the U.S./. or in England or in Holland, provided that no bank be fixed in fc*. 1 udi Arabia unless it has a correspondent in the U.S.A., England or Holland through whom ...

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    the moveable property of this concern existing in aa'udl Arabia at a reasonable price equivalent to that ol' ...

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    this agreement in Sa'udi Artbi~ the Arabia the signed copies should be forwarded in a registered cover to the >,. ... shall be the date of its publication in the Sa'udi Arab country after its ratification by the Company* ... affairs of the Sa'udi Arab Kingdom. ~" ,1 • - " U ls ■i*** in ;r . bl . u , toll le llaMe ratIfloatlon ty ...

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    this agreement is ratified by the Company it shall be published in ^a T udi Arabia in the usual way. Signed ...

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    by the Sa'udi /rab Government# This arrangement, if correctly stated, would therefore be provided ...

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    of -"audi Arabia are to be emulo^ed as far as -nossible, r: nie Company shall not engage the subjects of any ...

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    mav be formed and inhabitants of Saudi Arabia have the right to subscribe ud to 6f the capital of ?iny ...

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    some form of cabin machine. Mr.Miller askea about the position in Sa'udi Arabia and I said that the question of a plane entering Sa'udi Arabia was one for Bin Sa'ud to settle. I askeu whether the Company had ...

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    was that the Sa'udi Arabia Stations ?f would not play tf . In this connection I mentioned the ? Kanno f forced landing ... communication between Bahrain and Sa T udi Arabia Stations. 1 said that he had asked me about ... but that I thought that the Sa f udi Arabia people had been in communication with the authorities at Berne. Mr.Miller ...

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    * m4N3Li.TI0K. EXTRACT from the Mecca "Umm-al—ur*/ Mo 448 of the 17th Rabi~ul-Awwal 1352 ( 14th July 1955} mCRm No 1135. Grant of a c^nceasion for exploit in.. Petroleuiu. ■'«. Abdul 'Azfz ibn ' Abaurrf hm. n al Feys? 1 al Sa'ud , King of the Sa'udi rab ingdom. After reliance upon God. And after ...

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    the ordering of implements and [ lant and their shipment to Sa'udi Arabia and^lso in- cli de the making ...

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    and for getting them shipped to Sa^udi ir&fcia to st rt the addition 1 work) after the date of discovering oil ...

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    in the Sa'udi Arab Kingdom. Article 13. T^e (fovermaent have the right through their properly utjiorised ...

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    prorided th t no bt r.k be fixed in Sa'udi /re'oia unless it iL.s a correspondent in the U.S.;.. Sngland ... 1 quantities within a reaeon^ble period, the Company on 11 choose t jjlace within Se'udi Arabia so ...

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    CxoTern- ment. So long as it is possible for the Company to find suit ble officials who are Sa*udi ...

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    as coming into force sh 11 be the dr tc of its publication in the Sa'udi AThb country after its ratification ... • ■rt icle53 ♦ It 1 is understood th t this agreement, alter being signed in au f udi Arabia, ah/ 1J. b€ ... Arabia, the signed copies eh 11 be forwarded im registered cover to tne headquar ters of the Com mny ...

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    neeu to get the sanction of the Sa'udi Arab Government for flying m Sa'udi Arabia. He said tnat he tnought that arrangements were being made to get the permission of the Sa'udi Arab Government for flying in Sa'udi Arabia and that he would write to me about the matter of Bahrsin,but did not do so. 3. Standard ...

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    uu 3 Sa'udi Arab G-overnment might be encouraged to arrange air facilities on tiieir coast. This might be useful to us m tne event of forced landings,but might prove troublesome m other ways. 5. I do not thinK that SnaiJch of Bahrain (or,indeed,others) would be surprised at being asked to make an exception ...

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    Arabia in connection v/ith which it is proposed to make consiaeraDle use of an aeroplane for geological, ...

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    in fact it was going on to ciaudi-Arabia and would have its hase there. I took the opportunity to explain ...

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    haaed in Bahrain will he mrking in Smdl Arabia %till sooner or later create dif "icsil^ iee of sone sort ... and Band! Arabia: if auoh a aervioe ever develops it should, if poasihle, be in * i «h hands. (4). ^inallv, ...

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    in Eastern Arabia by the California Arabian standard Oil Company. For reasons of which ? ecretary ir John ... that the Saudi authorities have already granted permission for the Company to operate aircraft in Hasa territory. ...

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    regarded with equanimity) an American air service from Bahrain to Sa'udi Arabia,which would be,i agree ...

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    concession, covering the eastern portion of Saudi Arbaia. x he i'ext of an agreement between the ..Saudi ... granted to the Company to employ aircraft within the limits of ^audi Arabia, subject to a. separate agreement with the Saudi Government on this subject# *'rom the present application by the California Arabian ...

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    M'S Company holding the concession) for permission to send out an/aeroplane to LI Hasa along the Arabie.n coast air KKJOiiax route, it woula appear that they have reached a settlement with the Saudi (iovernment on this point, 3» The secretary of Stgi^e' concurs in the views expressed by uhe Aii Council ...

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    in Saudi Arabia might be accordad a general peralaaion to visit ahraln In oertatn specified emergencies. ... shortly arrive in, 3audl Arabia, should after its arrival thews be able to fly to Bahrain in eases ...

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    to reach Saudi Arabia from Basra without flying over Koweiti territory or territorial waters, uid ... Behx-ein on its way to a audi Arabia, I have the honour to Infom you that the neeesaary authorisation has ...

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    n* bio: P.Z. 1733/34. INDIA OFFICE, VHITEHALL, 3. ?/» 1 • 14th March 1934. A Sir, In reply to your letter of the 6th March, No. E. 135/150/] 1, regarding the request of the California- Aral) ia Standard Oil Company that the Company's aeroplane conducting an aerial survey in Saudi Arabia might be accorded ...

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    in Saudi Arabia* and ^lioh formed the subject of my note of 16th February. He explained-that the Company ...

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    va'stand north-weet of that line f Saudi Arabia hoing one of tho Turkish Buoouesi on States. 8. ...

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    for survey work over their concession in eastern Saudi Arabia, informing me that the prohibition in regard ...

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    proceeded to say that they had also come to a satisfactory arrangement with the Saudi authorities over ... experienced considerable difficulty in persuading the Saudi Arab Government to see aye to eye in the inter ...