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Kuwait’s Oil Facilities Remain On Alert Due To Yemen

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largest refinery of Al-Ahmadi

The Kuwaiti Petroleum Corp (KPC) has issued a new statement on the influence of Suadi-led coalition war on Yemen. The KPC said,  all affiliated firms remain on alert for the  three weeks and may be more.

The state news agency KUNA, quoted Sheikh Talal al-Khaled al-Sabah, the spokesperson for the country’s oil sector and chief executive of the Kuwait Oil Tanker Company as saying oil facilities were continuing the precautionary measures they had taken since the start of developments in Yemen.

KPC said at the start of military operations in Yemen led by Saudi Arabia it had raised security around its oil facilities.

KPC acting chief executive officer Mohammad al-Farhoud said these measures include “securing all industrial safety and security requirements and raising the level of security measures and to intensify the protection of oil installations in Kuwait and abroad,” according to KUNA.