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curtails crude flow to United StatesSaudi Arabia is making good on promises to curtail oil shipments to the United States with the likely intention of draining visible inventories and support prices. The United States imported an average of 524,000 barrels per day of crude from Saudi Arabia in the week ending July 14, the lowest volume for more than seven years.On July 20, there were 15 very large crude carriers and three Suezmax tankers identified en route from Saudi Arabia to the United States, according to Kpler, a global cargo-tracking firm based in Paris.At the same point in 2016, there were 25 very large or ultralarge crude carriers and three Suezmax tankers voyaging from Saudi Arabia to the United States.
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