Cyclone Phet hit the coastline of Oman on Friday, halting operations in the oil-producing Middle Eastern country. Oil exports have since resumed.
At least 16 people died in the cyclone, including a man who was trying to cross a flooded area and a woman who was electrocuted.
Phet has weakened and been downgraded to a tropical storm, which is now heading to Pakistan.
It's not the first time that Oman has been faced with the deadly aftermath of a powerful cyclone. In 2007, Cyclone Gonu killed 54 people.