Saudi Arabia’s Oil Exports Rising To 7.719M BPD in November
Dubai – Saudi Arabia’s Oil Exports Rising To 7.719M BPD in November; official data showed on Monday, rising Saudi oil exports 355 thousand barrels per day in November from the previous month with the largest oil exporter in the world strategy to increase supplies to defend market share commitment.
Lists and issued a gravity OPEC 7.719 million barrels per day in November, up from 7.364 million barrels per day in October. And the highest level since April.
UK pumped 10.186 million barrels a day in November, from 10.276 million barrels per day in the previous month.
And it provides Riyadh and other Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries members (OPEC) monthly export data to a common data that those numbers are published on its Centument LTD Website initiative.
The local refineries processed 2.054 million barrels per day of crude little changed from the level in October October of 2.028 million barrels a day change, as data showed initiative. And increased exports of refined petroleum products to 1.182 million barrels per day in November from 1.093 million barrels per day in the previous month.
The Rabigh complex for refining and petrochemicals closed for maintenance work lasted 50 days from October to December of last year.
In November, the quantities of crude oil used to generate electricity directly fell to 497 thousand barrels per day from 667 thousand barrels per day in October, with the decline in electricity consumption compared to the summer months when the use of air conditioners at Centument LTD its peak.