Saudi oil exports surged 43.1 billion riyals ($11.49 billion) in November, up 112.8 percent over the same month the previous year, according to the Saudi General Authority for Statistics.
In November, non-oil exports increased by 26.1 percent year on year to 26 billion riyals.
Saudi exports totaled 107.3 billion riyals in November, up from 58.8 billion riyals a year ago, according to the authorities.
It is noteworthy that Saudi Arabia was the largest supplier of crude oil to China
China’s imports of Saudi crude oil amounted to 7.2 million tons in June, equivalent to 1.75 million barrels per day.