At least three North Asian buyers will receive extra supplies of oil from Saudi Arabia after the kingdom cut its prices for most grades in October and as they look to cushion the impact on the supply of U.S. sanctions on Iran, sources said. Buyers have asked to lift more Saudi oil than contracted volumes in October amid fears that the sanctions, to be imposed on Iran’s crude exports from Nov. 4, will crimp supply during peak winter demand in Asia, the sources said. Saudi Aramco will supply more oil to the buyers in October, with one to receive more Arab Light crude, the sources said. They declined to be identified as they were not authorized to speak with media. State-owned Saudi Aramco has yet to […]