Aug. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Oman produced 900,831 barrels of crude and condensate a day in July, according to the country’s oil and gas ministry.
The nation exported 723,218 barrels a day last month, the ministry said in an e-mailed statement. China was the biggest importer of Oman’s crude at 41 percent, according to the statement. Japan bought 14 percent of exports.
Oman is the biggest oil producer in the Persian Gulf that isn’t a member of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.
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