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Iran-Arab Oil / Oil Equipment Thefts #262926

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 04, 1979
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(Studio) Resumption of Iran's oil exports announced. Report with regard to Arab Energy Conf. in Abu Dhabi and connecting oil supply to peace in Mideast with a rightful solution to Palestinian problem.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Houston, Texas) Stated that heavy oil field equipment is being stolen and resold to drilling operations. [Oil rig supervise Richard DICKERSON - says the cost of down time is more expensive than the cost of equipment.] [Houston police Lieutenant J.B. BRADLEY - speaks of market for stolen equipment.] [Texas Prod. Company Marvin ZEID - describes theft of oil equipment.]
REPORTER: Eric Engberg

Dean, Morton;
Engberg, Eric

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