Abu Dhabi: After the attack of Howti rebels on Aramco, the world's largest oil company, the impact on oil prices is being seen worldwide. The price of crude oil in the oil market has increased by more than 10 percent. Saudi Arabia and the United States have warned Iran of the consequences of Tehran-backed Haiti rebels responsible for this attack.
However, Iran has categorically denied any such allegations. The production here has halved after a drone attack on this Saudi Arabian plant. According to information received from Hong Kong's oil market, Brent crude oil prices rose 11.77 percent to US $ 67.31 per barrel on Monday. US Secretary of State Mike Ponpio blamed Iran for the drone attack in Saudi Arabia's Aramco Company, disrupting nearly half of the country's oil capacity, or 5 percent of the daily international oil supply.
Hijra Khurais, one of Saudi Arabia's largest oil fields, which produces about 1.5 million barrels of oil a day, and Abqac, the world's largest crude oil stockpile, were attacked by 10 drones on Saturday, according to the news agency Effe. which produces 7 million barrels of oil, was attacked.