The Saudi system will need at least a month to compensate for about three million barrels of oil a day, about half of its oil production, which was halted after the attack on its oil facilities last Saturday, S&P Platts, an economic information firm, said today.
"It seems that about three million barrels of Saudi crude supply will be cut for at least a month," the IEA, an independent global provider of energy price index data, said in a statement. "The threat of a long-term disruption to Saudi oil supplies underscores the lack of spare capacity in Saudi Arabia." market".
The Yemeni armed forces announced in a statement last Saturday that they carried out a massive offensive operation with 10 drones targeting two oil facilities belonging to Saudi Aramco in eastern Saudi Arabia in response to the crimes of the Saudi aggression coalition, which led to disruption of 50 percent of the company's production.
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