هذه الصفحة متوفرة بهذه اللغة: العربية
1 April 2021
MUSCAT (WAF): Oman will increase its crude oil production in May, June and July as part of the OPEC Plus agreement, and the oil output adjustment levels agreed on today for the next three months.
According to OPEC’s data, received by WAF News, Oman would add 9,000 barrel per day (bpd) next month, another 9,000 bpd in June, and 12,000 bpd in July.
Oman’s current production level stands at 732,000 bpd. This makes the crude production levels for the next three months as follows:
As a non-OPEC member, Oman’s commitment to the OPEC Plus agreement doesn’t extend to the country’s condensates production.
In February, Oman’s average daily oil production was 949,600. Out of which, the condensates constituted 23% of the monthly oil production.