Yemen’s Houthi forces say they attacked a Saudi power plant on Friday.
In response, Saudi coalition forces launched a counter-attack in Yemen.
The Saudi Ministry of Energy said in a statement that Saudi Arabia strongly condemned the “sabotage attack”.
They warned that the attack could affect Saudi Arabia’s production capacity and its obligation to supply energy to world markets.
Aramco did not immediately return calls seeking comment.
The Saudi Ministry of Energy has blamed Iran for arming the Houthis with ballistic missiles and sophisticated drones. Iran, on the other hand, has denied providing weapons to the Houthis.
Iran’s ally Houthis has recently stepped up attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities. Such attacks are expected to continue until a truce is reached during the month of Ramadan.
In response to the attack, the Saudi coalition forces launched an attack on Yemen on Saturday morning. The Saudi alliance claims to have launched a counter-attack aimed at protecting global energy sources and supply chains.
Despite the attack in Jeddah, Formula One chief executive Stefano Dominicali said the Grand Prix would go ahead as planned.