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Oil Rises as Saudi Arabia Vows to Hit Back Against Any SanctionsMore

Oil Rises as Saudi Arabia Vows to Hit Back Against Any SanctionsMore

India, the world's third-biggest oil importer, is facing record high retail prices as worldwide crude rate soared and rupee value dipped.

The Russian government is no longer capping oil output increases by local producers, one of the country's top energy companies, Gazprom Neft, said on Tuesday, signalling that Moscow's supply-restraint pact with OPEC has effectively expired for now. And we have seen sanctions on Iran.

Investors are concerned that Saudi Arabia could use oil supply to retaliate against its critics.

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In the first week of October, Iran's crude exports averaged 1.1 million barrels per day, according to Refinitiv Eikon, an industry source of data on tanker traffic.

Saudi Arabia has the capacity to produce 12 million bpd and is now producing 10.7 million bpd, Falih said, adding that production will rise further next month.

This came a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised India's pricing concerns before the cartel's representatives, asking them to review payment terms and provide some relief to a weaker rupee.

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While most oil analysts have attributed the sharp rise of premium crude prices since April to over $80 a barrel at least in part to the loss of Iranian exports, the USA special envoy for Iran, Brian Hook, told reporters in Paris on October 15 that the market is doing fine with less Iranian oil.

Mr. Al-Falih said Saudi Aramco's investment of $44 billion in the Ratnagiri refinery was "just the start" and that the company was keen to invest in an integrated downstream business, including on the retail side, as well as in storage capacity. The U.S. administration has been pushing its allies to cut Iranian oil imports and encouraging Saudi Arabia, other OPEC states and Russian Federation to pump more oil to meet any shortfall.

Indian insurers are not offering coverage policies for storage of Iranian oil, an Indian Oil Corp Ltd (IOC) official said, owing to impending USA sanctions on import of crude from Iran, which are expected to kick in on November 4.

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"Numbers from the American Petroleum Institute surprised the market yesterday, with USA crude oil inventories declining by 2.13 million barrels over the last week, compared to expectations of a stock build", said ING commodities strategist Warren Patterson.

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