The drone attacks two days ago were one of the first ever on Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure that much of the world is dependant on for its oil needs.
The damages were minor as per Saudi Aramco and took place in two separate locations between Riyadh and Yanbu.
استهداف محدود لمحطتي الضخ البترولية التابعتين لشركة أرامكو بمحافظة الدوادمي ومحافظة عفيف بمنطقة الرياض. pic.twitter.com/SBWJaQi0yc
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Now, news has come in that the oil giant has resumed pumping through the affected pipeline as per online portal Oil Price.
The pipeline runs across the country from the Arabian Gulf in the East to the Red Sea in the West.
Though the damages were minor to the pumping station, Saudi Aramco temporarily shut down the pipeline as a precautionary measure.