Report summaryOman is the largest oil producer in non-OPEC Middle East, and built its production capacity steadily through the 1980s and 1990s to a peak of 956,000 b/d in 2001. Liquids production then declined before a reversal of fortunes in 2008/2009, mainly due to increasing condensate volumes and the success of enhanced oil recovery (EOR) projects. Output is dominated by the huge but mature Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) contract area, which produces around 70% of the country total...
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