The first president of the United States, Donald Trump authorized the release of strategic oil reserves of his nation if it was essential after the attack on the Saudi oil company Aramco.

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The tenant of the White House indicated that Could the Strategic Petroleum Reserve be released? from the United States, but did not say what the amount would be.

On his Twitter account, Donald Trump wrote, "Because the attack on Saudi Arabia may have an impact on oil prices, I have authorized the release of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, if necessary, in an amount to be determined…”

In another tweet, Trump finished his statement, "which will be enough to keep markets well supplied. I have also informed all appropriate agencies to expedite approvals for pipelines currently in the permitting process in Texas and other states."

help allies

Due to the attack carried out by the Yemeni Houthi armed forces using 10 drones that hit the facilities of the Saudi oil company, Aramco, which wiped out 50% of its production, Donald Trump declared on Monday that he would help his allies despite the fact that the United States has energy independence.

The Trump administration blamed Iran for the attack on Saudi Arabia, while the Iranian economy minister declared that they were not responsible for the attacks.

In another tweet on his personal account, Trump assured, “Because we have done so well with energy in recent years (thank you, Mr. President!), We are a net energy exporter and now the number one energy producer in the world. We don't need oil and gas from the Middle East, and in fact we have very few tankers there, but we will help our allies!"

The countries most affected by the destruction of 50% of Saudi oil production are India, China and Indonesia, great exporters of that nation, highlighted

Reuters reported that Saudi Arabia's exports will continue to this week normally, since the country will use part of its reserves to continue taking the oil to the refineries.

As a result of the attacks on the Aramco refinery, the oil price increased by about 20% and Brent also rose, according to analysts its biggest rise since the Gulf War in 1991.

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