Aramco lowers the price of light crude oil for its customers in Asia


Saudi Aramco reduced the selling price of light sweet crude to customers in Asia in October compared to September, and kept the selling price for Northwest Europe and the United States unchanged.

Aramco reduced the premium for the official sale of Arab Light crude to the Far East in October to $1.7 a barrel above the average price of Oman and Dubai, according to an official pricing document. The bonus was $3 in September.

Aramco set the official selling price for its Arab light crude to Northwest Europe at a discount of $1.70 a barrel from Brent on the Intercontinental Exchange in October, unchanged from September, and there was no change in the official selling price for the United States at a premium of $1.35 a barrel over the Argus index of high crudes. sulfur;


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