Production at the Partitioned Neutral Zone (PNZ) is slated to restart this year, having been halted entirely in May 2015 (MEES, 15 May 2015). Production is split 50:50 between Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, and peaked at more than 500,000 b/d. However, output had slid below 500,000 b/d even before the first shut-ins in 2014 (MEES, 25 October 2019).
In the last full year of output, 2013, the offshore section produced over 250,000 b/d, while the onshore portion added another 210,000 b/d, for a combined 460,000 b/d. (CONTINUED - 560 WORDS)