Kotter-So in the British papers they announced that 700 construction workers had been laid off and worked stopped on Tees 2, because the "technology doesn't work on Tees 1. So it could hurt free cash flow in the future when it is needed for the big projects.
A driving factor causing Saudis to open the flood gates was the Syrian conflict and the need to pressure Iran and Russia. It didn't hurt from their view that the frackers were also hit. The low prices have really hurt Russia and Russia is now putting pressure on the Saudis' and Gulf States by threatening to up the ante by sending troops to Syria. They haven't yet but it is pressure meant to cause the Saudis to cut back.
Let's see what happens. If things really get hot militarily shipments from the Iranian gulf will be curtailed