|2019-10-10 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
庞晓华 摘译自 道琼斯
Saudi Aramco May Restore Capacity Earlier Than Planned
Saudi Arabian Oil Co. may restore its production capacity earlier than planned following the attacks last month on one of its oil facilities, its chief executive said Wednesday, as he insisted plans to list the company had not been affected.
State-owned Aramco, the world's most profitable company, is planning to sell about 2% of its shares on a local Saudi exchange late November or early December, people familiar with the matter said Tuesday.
The company was forced to temporarily shut half its production last month when its largest oil-processing facility and a nearby field was struck by missiles.
Speaking at an energy conference in London, Aramco Chief Executive Amin Nasser said that the company's output capacity would be restored to 12 million barrels a day by November. "Considering the progress so far, we might even beat that target," he said.
He said that actual production would be 9.9 million barrels a day this month--around its pre-crisis level.