Oil prices slip after more output expected
Production in Libya is expected to rise to 355,000 barrels per day after force majeure at the Sharara oilfield was lifted on Sunday
London — Oil prices fell on Monday as force majeure at Libya's largest oilfield was lifted, a Norwegian strike affecting production ended and US producers began restoring output after Hurricane Delta.
Brent crude was down 41 US cents to $42.44 a barrel by 6.50am GMT and US West Texas Intermediate was at $40.18, down 42c...
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