“It is a last-minute decision,” said one senior Saudi official. “A few things needed to be fine tuned including financial figures for the third quarter,” he said. Last month, Saudi officials discussed delaying Aramco’s IPO, following attacks on the company’s largest oil facilities, which severely curtailed the kingdom’s output. They later decided to press on with the plan, according to people familiar with the matter. According to the original plan, Saudi Arabian Oil Co., as Aramco is officially known, was expected to publish an IPO prospectus on Oct. 25 and then hold an investor roadshow ahead of listing up to 3% of the company in November, according to a person familiar with the matter. Related Video You may also likeUp Next Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Created with sketchtool.0:00 / 0:00 Aramco officials say they are working 24/7 to repair their damaged oil facilities. Saudi Arabia invited […]