It was the biggest single-day jump in years due to the damaging attack.
Official U.S. government data will be released on Wednesday. A return to normal production could take months.
Saudi Aramco has informed at least six refiners in Asia that it will supply full allocated volumes of crude oil in October following attacks on Saudi oil facilities on the weekend, although at least one has been told of a grade switch partially.
Saudi Arabia on Monday said Iranian weapons were used in the attack and that it did not originate in Yemen. A Syrian security official said Israeli jets were behind the attack but denied there were casualties. According to the Financial Times, the effect was as a result of drone-manned attacks that were targeted against two major Saudi Arabia oil producers.
Trump also indicated that the Saudis may have to pay if the United States launches military action.
Trump, alternating between aggressive and nonviolent reactions, said the United States could respond "with an attack many, many times larger" but also "I'm not looking at options right now".
In South Korea, there has been no indication of disruptions to term supply, a Seoul-based source said.
"By and large, we are still importing quite a bit and not totally immune to the world market", Jean-François Seznec, a senior fellow with the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center, said during a call with reporters on Monday.
Iran's supreme leader said Tuesday "there will be no talks with the U.S.at any level". President Trump alludes to a possible military retaliation.
USA officials are working under the assumption that the strikes did not emanate from Yemen and do not believe they were launched from Iran, either, said the official, who is familiar with ongoing discussions about the attacks but was not authorized to speak publicly. "We have to sit down with the Saudis and work something out", he said.
Unnamed U.S. officials said the direction and extent of the attacks cast doubt on Houthi involvement.