A missile strike against a fuel tank at the Saudi Aramco's terminal has not affected fuel supplies of the national oil company, a spokesman of the Ministry of Energy of Saudi Arabia told TASS, APA reports.
The attack occurred at 03.50 am in the morning and caused a fire at the petroleum products terminal in the north of Jeddah. "Firefighting teams had extinguished the fire" and no casualties occurred, the spokesperson said.
Saudi Aramco’s fuel supplies to its customers were not affected, he added.
Yemeni Houthi forces fired a missile striking the Saudi Aramco’s oil facility in Jeddah, a Houthi military spokesman said earlier on Monday.