Facilities at the Bahrain Petroleum Company’s (Bapco) refinery continues to operate normally, according to the Bahraini National Oil and Gas Authority (NOGA), Reuters reported.

This comes despite the shutting down of the 112-kilometer pipeline transporting more than 200,000 barrels per day (b/d) of Arab Light crude oil from Saudi Armco’s Abqaiq plant, the world’s biggest crude processing facility, to Bapco’s refinery.

Recent drone attacks on the Abqaiq facility, as well as Aramco’s largest Saudi oilfields in Khurais have partially halted Saudi oil production, reducing output by around 5.7 million barrels per day (b/d), about 5% of global oil supply.

NOGA revealed that supply operations with crude oil at the Bapco refinery are undergoing in accordance with the business continuity plan, noting that it maintains contact with Saudi Aramco to assess the situation and its impact on operations.