Riyadh: Saudi Arab's Energy Minister Abdulaziz bin Salman Al Saud said on Tuesday that the decrease in petroleum production after…
Riyadh: Saudi Arab’s Energy Minister Abdulaziz bin Salman Al Saud said on Tuesday
that the decrease in petroleum production after the drone strike
at the petroleum refinery would be normal by the end of September.
At a press conference in Jeddah, Mr. Abdulaziz said that Saudi would
normalize petrol supplies by the end of this month.
On the other hand saudi government has made it very clear that they suspect Iran’s hand in these attacks.
USA also had alledged that its iran who has attacked Saudi arab’s oil refineried.
But Iran has strongly denied such allegations. The counter charged USA for making false allegation only.
He said that by the end of September the production capacity would be raised to 11 million barrels per day.
Saudi Aramco Chief Executive Officer Amen Naseer said that it took seven hours to control the fire following the attacks in Abiqiq and Khuraiis.
“Two million barrels a day are currently being produced in Abakik and
will be normalized by the end of this month.
Petrol production was started 24 hours after the attack. “- he said.
Mr. Nasir said, We have proved that we are operating properly and we have been
able to prove our reputation as the world’s leading supplier. ”
Production has declined following a drone attack at Saudi Arabia’s oil refinery.
This has started fuel shortage all over the world. Even India is facing this shortage.
Now amid the global fuel shortage, Saudi Arabia’s Energy Minister has announced the situation to be normal by the end of this month.
Manu other countries have condemned this attack. All have said that its a coward act and the whole world must stand united against this acts.
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