|2019-09-18 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
李峻 编译自 Platts
Saudi Arabia to restore 11 million b/d production capacity within two weeks: energy minister
Saudi Arabia expects to restore most of the crude production affected by attacks on two of its key oil facilities within two weeks, the country's energy minister said Tuesday, calming market fears over a protracted loss of some 5% of global oil supplies.
The world's biggest oil exporter plans to restore its production capacity to 11 million b/d by the end of September and recover its full capacity of 12 million b/d two months later, the country's energy minister, Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, told a press briefing. Saudi Arabia has already restored more than half of the oil production capacity damaged in Saturday's attacks on the two facilities, Abdulaziz said.
The country's massive Abqaiq oil processing facility and its Khurais oil field were hit by aerial attacks that resulted in the temporary suspension of 5.7 million b/d or about half of Saudi Arabia's crude production capacity.