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Saudi Aramco, the world's biggest oil exporter, plans to trade as much as 6 million barrels a day, a jump in volume that would put it in the top tier of companies that buy and sell crude and refined products.If it reaches its target, Aramco Trading would rival Vitol Group, the world's largest independent trader, which trades about 7 million barrels a day of crude and products.Shell and BP, like Aramco, are integrated oil companies engaged in production, refining and trading.Aramco Trading dealt only in refined products when it started operating in 2012 .
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