Saudi Arabia’s attacked oil facilities are undergoing rush repairs, the energy supply in the Midwest is not affected
An oil facility located north of the city of Jeddah in western Saudi Arabia was attacked on the 23rd.
The person in charge of the oil facility revealed on the 24th that the attacked facility is currently under repair and other surrounding facilities are operating normally.
The head of the oil facility, Abdullah Gamidi, said in an interview with a headquarter reporter that the target of the attack was an oil storage tank with a storage capacity of 25,000 barrels.
A two-meter-square hole was blasted at the top. Firefighters exploded and caught fire After swift action to extinguish the fire, the incident did not cause any casualties.
Currently, engineers are rushing to repair the oil tank, but the time required for repair is still uncertain.
Abdullah also revealed that there are more than 30 similar storage tanks in the area where the attacked oil tanks are located, which are responsible for providing energy for many provinces in western Saudi Arabia.
The energy supply in this area has not been affected.