Jan. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Oman produced an average of 933,177 barrels a day of crude oil and condensate in December, little changed from output a month earlier, according to a report from the Ministry of Oil and Gas.
Crude exports averaged 809,396 barrels a day, with most shipped to Asia, the ministry said. China was the largest buyer of Omani crude, taking 55 percent of cargoes last month.
Oman pumped 933,509 barrels a day oil and condensate in November, the ministry said in a report last month.
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