Saudi crude exports fell to 7.122 million barrels per day (mb/d) in March 2018 from 7.251 mb/d in February, Reuters reported.

February’s export numbers marked a 13-month high for OPEC’s largest oil producer, lower only than the 7.713 mb/d recorded in January 2017, according to figures from the Joint Organizations Data Initiative (JODI).

The country’s total oil products exports in March also fell month-on-month to 1.75 mb/d from an all-time high of 2 mb/d in February.