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From L-R: The Gulf Cooperation Council’s (GCC) Assistant Secretary General Abdullah bin Juma al–Shibli, United Arab Emirates’ Oil Minister Suhail Mohamed Al Mazrouei, Qatar’s Minister of Energy and Industry Mohammed Saleh al-Sada, Saudi Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi, Bahrain’s Minister of Finance Sheikh Ahmed Bin Mohammed al-Khalifa, Kuwait’s Minister of Finance Mustafa al-Shamali and Oman’s Oil Minister Mohamed bin Hamad Al Rumhi pose for a group photo during a meeting of Gulf Arab oil ministers in Riyadh September 24, 2013. The oil market has enough supply and prices are at a favourable level, Saudi Arabia’s oil minister said on Tuesday, affirming the willingness of the world’s top crude exporter to meet shortages. Saudi Arabia pumped oil at a record rate of more than 10 million barrels per day (bpd) in August, helping to cushion the market from the virtual shutdown of Libya’s exports and reduced output from other countries including Nigeria and Iraq. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser (SAUDI ARABIA – Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY)