Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia’s energy infrastructure on Saturday by Yemen’s Houthi rebels reduced oil production by 5,7m barrels a day which, according to analysts, is sufficient to trigger a hike in international prices by $5-to-$10.
According to a Yemeni Houthi rebel spokesman, Yahya Sarea, 10 drones were deployed in the attacks in the Abqaiq refinery and the Khurais oilfield. Abqaiq is Aramco’s largest oil refinery with the capacity to process 7% of the world’s global supply. Khurais is t...
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