Oman Pumped Average of 855,052 Barrels of Oil a Day in February

Oman pumped 24.8 million barrels of oil and condensate in February, for an average of 855,052 barrels a day, according to the country’s Oil and Gas Ministry.

About 81 percent of last month’s production, or 20.1 million barrels, was exported, the ministry said in a monthly report. China bought 56 percent of that amount, while India and South Korea also purchased Omani crude, according to the report.

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