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Saudi Arabian Oil Co. is pumping at high levels as it sees demand growing, and the state-run company may open a possible share offering to international investors. Saudi Aramco is still considering "all options" in any future public offering, including sale of shares internationally, Chairman Khalid al-Falih said in an interview on Al Arabiya. The company isn't considering selling its oil reserves, he said.Saudi Arabia sees oil prices recovering this year even if inventories remain high, Falih said.
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