Chevron Targeting to Restart Production In Saudi-Kuwait Oil Field

By John Heerdink LinkedIn

Reportedly, Chevron Corp is targeting to restart oil production in the partitioned zone between Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, informed Executive Officer Mike Wirth in an interview with the CNBC. The zone capable of producing as much as 500,000 barrels a day has been kept closed for at least four years due to dispute between the two countries. However, as per sources, there have been talks to resolve issues between the countries over restarting oil production which could possibly fill the global void in oil supply created after an attack on the Saudi Arabian facilities.

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