Report summaryYemen is a non-OPEC Middle East oil/NGL producer, and experienced rapid capacity growth between first production in 1986 and a peak of 450,000 b/d in 2001. Production has declined steadily since and, in 2010, output averaged 280,000 b/d. In the absence of further discoveries, reserves will be depleted over the next decade. Security issues and political tensions have led to frequent attacks on the Marib Export Pipeline, lowering output, which averaged 131,000 b/d in 2013.
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