Oman broke multiple production records in April, recently released data show. Oil output reached an all-time high of 1.108mn b/d, bolstered by a record 161,000 b/d of condensate, with the bulk of this heading to key customer China (MEES, 29 May). As part of its Opec+ commitments, however, the sultanate is cutting massively – curtailing crude production from 947,000 b/d in April to just 678,000 b/d this month – a 28.5% cut (MEES, 1 May). With condensate output restrictions on non-Opec participants lifted last December, Oman at least has positive news there: Omani condensate rose from just 86,000 b/d in 2017 to 148,000 b/d so far this year – mainly a product of the Khazzan gas field ramp up and 2018 and the Rabab Harweel project coming online last year (MEES, 6 December 2019).