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@algassabinasser  @HayekMGO  @mbc_groupP  @FaisalJAbbasI  #SAUDINATIONALDAYNION : Saudi Arabia bought back Aramco from its original American owners, in contrast to the outright seizure of foreign oil assets by other Arab states, such as Libya and Iraq, in the same decade, writes h @frankkanedubaittps ://t.co/RqeHlLNcsW

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Aramco is telling contractors to spare no expense getting facilities in working order after missile attacks on its largest oil-processing facilities

News Recap: Aramco’s Repairs Could Take Months Longer Than Company Anticipates, Contractors Say - WSJ #OOTT 

Restoration of Saudi Aramco's operations after oil attacks may take months – reports @Saudi_Aramco 

Oil - Aramco says repairs to Saudi plant could take many months rather than weeks

Oil - more on the Aramco repairs story (could take months, not weeks)

Oil futures trade opens for the week - gap higher on longer Aramco repairs

Oil - Aramco says repairs to Saudi plant could take many months rather than weeks via ForexLive@benzinga 

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Yemen's Houthi rebels have claimed responsibility over the drones that struck two Aramco'>Saudi Aramco facilities, causing fires.

BREAKING VIDEO: Multiple explosions hit Aramco'>Saudi Aramco oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia - VOA

Drone attacks on two Aramco'>Saudi Aramco factories in Abqaiq and Khurais provinces sparked fires that the state oil company brought under control, the Saudi interior ministry spokesman said. More here:

BREAKING: Secretary of State Michael Pompeo blames Iran for attacks on a massive Aramco'>Saudi Aramco oil facility, saying there was no evidence the drones originated in Yemen .

Would very much appreciate Saudi Arabia doing their IPO of Aramco with the New York Stock Exchange. Important to the United States!

Aramco'>Saudi Aramco generated a net income of $111 billion last year. That's bigger than the latest full-year income of Amazon, Apple and Exxon combined, making it the most profitable company on earth.

Most profitable companies, 2018. ($ billion) Aramco'>Saudi Aramco: 111.1 Apple: 59.5 Samsung: 39.9 JPMorgan Chase: 32.5 Alphabet: 30.7 Royal Dutch Shell: 23.4 ExxonMobil: 20.8 (Moody's Investors Service)

Most profitable companies, 2018. ($ billion) Aramco'>Saudi Aramco: 111.1 Apple: 59.5 Samsung: 39.9 JPMorgan Chase: 32.5 Alphabet: 30.7 Royal Dutch Shell: 23.4 ExxonMobil: 20.8 (Moody's Investors Service)

Most profitable companies, 2018. ($ billion) Aramco'>Saudi Aramco: 111.1 Apple: 59.5 Samsung: 39.9 JPMorgan Chase: 32.5 Alphabet: 30.7 Royal Dutch Shell: 23.4 ExxonMobil: 20.8 (Moody's Investors Service)

Something big going on: - Trump urges Aramco IPO - Lebanon PM resigns - Saudis intercept missile - Cabinet reshuffle; - 11 princes arrested

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