By Raissa Kasolowsky
Sultanate aims for annual level of 804,000 bpd, compared to current 784,000.
Oman will raise its oil production to 804,000 barrels per day from a current output of 784,000 barrels per day by the end of 2009, its economy minister said on Tuesday.
Ahmad bin Abdul-Nabi Mekki was quoted in a statement from the Oman Ministry of Economy.
Output from the sultanate's ageing oilfields has been sliding in recent years. (Reuters)