Terror Attack On Saudi Gas Plant & Oil Refinery

Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said Saturday that drones hit the Shaybah oil field in eastern Saudi Arabia causing a “limited” fire at a gas plant.

At 6.20 a.m. Saturday, one of the units of Shaybah NGL facility was subject to an explosive-carrying drone attack, resulting in a limited fire that was controlled. There were no casualties.

A statement by Saudi Aramco on its website said, “Saudi Aramco’s response team controlled a limited fire this morning at the Shaybah NGL facility. There were no injuries and no interruptions to Saudi Aramco’s oil operations.”

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Meanwhile, Al-Falih stressed in his statement that oil production and exports have not been affected by the terrorist attack.

Saudi Aramco’s response team controlled a limited fire this morning at the Shaybah NGL facility. “There were no injuries and no interruptions to Saudi Aramco’s oil operations”, the company said.

 

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