[size=36]Agency: Aramco notifies some customers that oil loading is moving forward[/size]
said two sources, on Monday, said Saudi Arabia Company "Aramco" notified some customers that it was resumed after loading ships on Saturday due to attacks on Saudi oil installations crashes.
The agency quoted Reuters, citing two sources, based on a notification that the state-owned company, saying that the loading is ongoing.
Three sources from major Asian refiners, including one who had seen the notice, told Reuters that loading of their tankers was proceeding normally as of Monday.
The group "Ansar Allah" (Houthis) announced the targeting of oil fields Abqaiq and Khurais in the eastern region of Saudi Arabia, on Saturday, 10 drones, and vowed to expand the scope of attacks inside the Saudi depth.
Abqaiq is 60 km southwest of Dhahran in Saudi Arabia's eastern region. Abqaiq is home to the world's largest oil refinery.
Saudi Arabia has led a military alliance to support President Hadi's forces to restore the country's rule since March 26, 2015, against the Houthis who control the capital Sanaa.
To date, the bloody conflict in Yemen has led to the displacement of hundreds of thousands of people from their homes, cities and villages, the spread of infectious and famine diseases in some areas, and significant destruction of the country's infrastructure.
It also resulted, according to statistics of UN bodies and organizations, killing and injuring hundreds of thousands of civilians, as well as the deterioration of the humanitarian situation and the spread of diseases and epidemics, especially cholera, and the decline in the size of cash reserves.