Dubai: Oman’s oil and condensates output increased to 990,200 barrels per day (bpd) in September, its Ministry of Oil and Gas wrote on Twitter on Sunday.
The sultanate’s production was 974,500 bpd on average in August and 975,500 bpd in July.
Oman is not a member of the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec).
Oman’s total crude oil production increased to 29.7 million barrels in September, representing a daily average production of 990,200 barrels, according to a monthly report issued by the ministry.
Total exported quantities of Oman crude during September reached to 27.08 million barrels, with an daily average of 902,611 barrels.