By P. T.H. Unwin
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However, by about 2000 BC Dilmun declined rapidly in importance, probably due to the Aryan invasions and destruction of the Indus Valley civilization with which Dilmun had traded. Bahrain at this period had few of its own resources and was consequently unable to sustain the impact of the loss of supply of the raw materials of its trade. Following a period when life on the islands was at low ebb, Bahrain again achieved some degree of prosperity during the first millenium BC when the Assyrians, Babylonians and then the Persians in turn claimed sovereignty over the islands.
At the end of 1979 BANOCO eventually took over full ownership of BAPCO's exploration and production rights, and in 1980 it acquired a 60 per cent share in the Sitra refinery. In the mid-1970s this refinery had a rated capacity of 250,000 b/d with Bahrain providing only about one quarter of the crude oil output. The recent slump in oil demand has, though, meant that output of the refinery was running at only about 150,000 b/d in mid-1982. In 1979 the Bahrain National Gas Company (BANAGAS) was created to administer the country's gas industry.