A damaged pipeline is seen at Saudi Aramco oil facility in Khurais, Saudi Arabia, September 20, 2019. Saudi Arabian authorities on Friday (September 20) showed the damage caused by an air strike to an Aramco oil facility, with local and international journalists flown to see the site. REUTERS/Hamad l Mohammed

A metal part of a damaged tank is seen at the damaged site of Saudi Aramco oil facility in Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia, September 20, 2019. Saudi Aramco is confident full production will resume by the end of September from Khurais, one of two oil sites attacked about a week ago, a company executive said on Friday (September 20). REUTERS/Hamad l Mohammed

A general view of the damaged site of Saudi Aramco oil facility in Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia, September 20, 2019. At Abqaiq, one of the world's largest oil processing plants, reporters saw a punctured, blackened stabilizer tower that Buraik, Saudi Aramco vice-president for southern area oil operations, said would have to be replaced. REUTERS/Hamad l Mohammed

Workers repair the pipeline at the damaged site of Saudi Aramco oil facility in Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia, September 20, 2019. REUTERS/Hamad l Mohammed

A view of the damaged site of Saudi Aramco oil facility in Khurais, Saudi Arabia, September 20, 2019. REUTERS/Hamad l Mohammed

Workers are seen at the damaged site of Saudi Aramco oil facility in Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia, September 20, 2019. REUTERS/Hamad l Mohammed