SINGAPORE/TOKYO  - At least seven refiners across Asia will receive the full Saudi crude volumes they have requested for November loading, a sign the top oil exporter's production has stabilized after the September attack, sources with knowledge of the matter said.

Most of the refiners are getting the crude grades that they want, the sources said on Thursday, adding that there was no request from state-owned Saudi Aramco for them to change grades.

Saudi Arabia was hit by an attack on its key oil processing facilities on Sept. 14, shutting down 5.7 million barrels per day of its production, or more than 5% of global supplies.

(Reporting by Florence Tan in SINGAPORE and Yuka Obayashi in TOKYO; Editing by Tom Hogue) ((; +65 6870 3497; Reuters Messaging: