Houthi drone strike on Saudi oil port

Houthi drone strike on a key oil port under Saudi Aramco. The Ministry of Energy has confirmed that a drone strike was carried out on one of the oil tanks in the port of Ras Tanura. No damage was reported in the incident. Oil prices crossed $ 70 a barrel after the attack.

The Houthi drones arrived in Yemen last night and this morning in the eastern province of Saudi Arabia, where most of the oil is being mined and transported. One of these crashed into the sky. The wreckage was found near the residence of Saudi Aramco in Dhahran. The second was to the oil export port of Rastanura. It is one of the largest oil ports in the world. The region is also home to foreign employees of Saudi Aramco in the Eastern Province. There was no significant damage in the attack. After inspection it was confirmed that the attack was from the sea. Defense Ministry spokesman Brigadier General Turki al-Maliki said the bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a police station. Turkey’s al – Maliki has said the attackers’ goal is to disrupt global oil supplies and destabilize the global economy. Oil prices have been rising in global markets since the incident. Months later, the price of crude crude oil crossed $ 70.