Saudi Aramco's truck are seen during exploration in the Empty Quarter, Saudi Arabia November 18, 2013. Saudi Aramco/Handout via REUTERS
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State-run Saudi Aramco plans to pump about 9.77 million barrels a day next month, in what would be its smallest output since January 2015 .Aramco told them they could only have 7.15 million barrels a day.What's more, this summer coincided with Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih's efforts to curtail sales and drain global crude stockpiles.Customers will have to look elsewhere for the 560,000 barrels of crude a day that they asked for but won't be getting from the Saudis.
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