April 7 (Bloomberg) -- Oman’s oil and condensates production rose 2.1 percent in March from the year-earlier period to 903,085 barrels a day, the official Oman News Agency reported, citing a report from the Ministry of Oil and Gas.
Daily oil exports in March averaged 749,339 barrels a day, the news service reported, citing the ministry report. China was the largest importer of Omani oil at 39 percent, the news service said.
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