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Saudi Aramco by the end of November will restore oil production has suffered because of the attack drones. About this at the conference Oil & Money in London, said CEO Amin Nasser, reports CNBC.
He stressed that lack of international reaction to the incident in mid-September, poses a great threat as it allows to assume the possibility of new attacks. According to him, impunity can give attackers the “new force” and jeopardize energy security.
Saudi Arabia is the world’s largest exporter and second largest oil producer in the world. After the attack it has reduced production by half.
Responsibility for the attack has taken the Yemeni Houthi rebels. However, the United States believe that these are the Iranian authorities who support the Houthis. The Saudi authorities after their own investigation with the prosecution agreed.
Because of the uncertainty of timing of recovery of production and supply oil prices rose sharply. After that, the price of oil fluctuated depending on the rumors about the timing of the recovery of production.
In October the Ministry of energy predicted a strong reduction in global oil demand after 2040. This is stated in the developed office of the energy strategy of Russia until 2035.
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