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Doubts remain over Aramco's full recovery from drone attack

Light crude, naphtha prices remain high

Reconstruction in October after the attack on Saudi Aramco's oil facility in Khurais in Saudi Arabia.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Four months after a drone attack on the facilities of state-owned oil company Saudi Aramco, there are lingering worries the world's top oil producer has yet to return to its full production capacity.

"There is speculation that Saudi Arabia's supply capacity has not been restored," said a trader of liquefied petroleum gas. Saudi Arabia has delayed deliveries several times since the attack in September that caused prices to surge over supply shortages.

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