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Listen: Asia crude buyers cautious as supply uncertainty lingers post-Saudi attacks

Saudi Arabia has said that its crude production capacity would be restored to 11 million b/d by end-September, and to the full 12 million b/d in November. Supply uncertainties, however, continue to grip the Asian market. As the impact of the attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities become clearer, S&P Global Platts editors Oceana Zhou, Eesha Muneeb, and Ada Taib examine what lies ahead.