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Saudis Meet Oil Requests From Most in Asia Before Ramping Up

  • Indian state-owned refiners, four others get supplies sought
  • Two others receive some cuts; another has U.S. volumes trimmed
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Saudi Arabia will supply all the crude oil that was requested by India’s state-owned refiners and at least five other Asian customers next month as the linchpin producer starts to ramp up output.

The kingdom will deliver in full what most of the refiners asked for in May-loading cargoes, while one of the customers got its volume to the U.S. curtailed, according to officials notified by Saudi Aramco. Two other customers received some cuts to overall volumes. Aramco declined to comment.