Oman Crude Oil Production Little Changed in September, ONA Says

Oman’s crude and condensates production was little changed in September from August at 918,183 barrels a day, the official Oman News Agency reported.

The country exported 749,691 barrels a day of crude, ONA reported, citing a statement from the Oil and Gas Ministry. Oman shipped 807,805 barrels a day in August, the ministry data show.

China was the largest importer in September, taking 59.3 percent of the total, followed by Taiwan, which purchased 13.3 percent, according to the report.

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