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Drone strikes knock out half of Saudi oil capacity-knowledgekira


Drone strikes knock out half of Saudi oil capacity-knowledgekira
  • World's largest oil company drone attack, fierce fire

Worldnews: The news of a drone attack on Saudi Aramco, the world's largest oil company, has been reported on Saturday. This oil company is present in Saudi Arabia. Initially, no one took responsibility for this attack.

Drone attack on Saudi Aramco


However, later a statement from the Saudi Ministry of Home Affairs stated that the Yemeni Houthi organization had taken responsibility for the attacks in the company's two plants, Abqac and Khurais. Huti deployed 10 drones at both locations. Military spokesman Yahya Saraye told al-Masirah TV that there could be more such attacks on Saudi in the future. Yahya said, 'This attack is one of the major attacks that Hooti carried out.

Drone attack on Saudi Aramco

New Drone attacks strike major Saudi Aramco facility


Let me tell you that there has been tension in the Gulf since May. Let us tell you that in June, President Donald Trump ordered to stop the air strikes against Iran after the American drone was dropped. This information was given by the Home Minister here. He said that there was a huge fire in the company due to the explosion. At the moment no one has taken responsibility for it. A fierce fire broke out after a drone attack at Abak and Khurais, two Saudi Aramco plants. Explain that there is no notice of any damage in this attack, nor is there any information as to whether the oil production will be affected by this attack.

New Drone attacks strike major Saudi Aramco facility


According to Saudi Aramco, its Abacak oil processing facility is the world's largest oil plant. It processes 7 million barrels of oil a day. This plant has been the target of terrorists in the past. Al Qaeda claimed that suicide bombers tried unsuccessfully at the oil complex in February.

The official Saudi press agency reported, "Aramco's industrial security teams have begun to deal with the fire caused by the drone strikes at their plants in Abqac and Khurais. The fire at both plants has been controlled. 'Saudi Aramco is Saudi Arabia's national petroleum and natural gas company.

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