28 Mar Fire breaks out at Saudi Arabia’s Aramco facility after ‘hostile escalation’ of enemy attacks
A spokesman for the Arab coalition forces confirmed a blaze had broken out at an Aramco petroleum distribution in Saudi Arabia on Friday 25th March.
The distribution station in Jeddah is thought to have been targeted by Houthis. Brigadier General Turki Al-Maliki said initial investigations showed the rebel Houthis were involved in the attack, which resulted in a blaze in two tanks belonging to the oil facility. However, he added that these hostile attacks had no impact or repercussions on public life in Jeddah.