Oman Addresses Crude Production Challenges, PDO Output Rises
By Nick Wilson
Oman has reversed its crude output decline and is expanding its refinery and petrochemical industries, but it faces the challenge of worsening crude quality and the possible slashing of exports, if new refining capacity uses domestic feedstock. The government is expected to address these problems in its energy policy review. Other issues include the opportunities – but...
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