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  • *Social unrest in Venezuela adds to jitters. LONDON, Feb 19- Brent oil held above $110 a barrel on Wednesday, underpinned by geopolitical concerns in Africa and Venezuela while a fresh bout of freezing weather kept U.S. crude near a four-month high. An unusually cold winter in North America has sapped heating oil supplies in the United States and buoyed prices.

  • *Social unrest in Venezuela adds to jitters. SINGAPORE, Feb 19- Brent crude held above $110 a barrel on Wednesday, underpinned by geopolitical concerns in Africa and Venezuela, while U.S. oil traded near a four-month high amid strong winter demand. A frigid winter in North America has sapped heating oil supplies in the United States and buoyed prices.

  • SINGAPORE, Feb 19- U.S. crude rose above $103 a barrel on Wednesday, close to a four-month high, on forecasts of lower crude and oil products stockpiles due to new pipeline capacity and robust winter demand.

  • *Social unrest in Venezuela add to jitters. SINGAPORE, Feb 19- Brent crude held above $110 a barrel on Wednesday, underpinned by geopolitical concerns in Africa and Venezuela, while U.S. oil touched its highest in four months as stockpiles are forecast to fall on winter demand and new pipeline capacity.

  • SINGAPORE, Feb 19- U.S. crude rose above $103 a barrel on Wednesday to a fresh four-month high, on forecasts of lower crude and oil products stockpiles due to new pipeline capacity and robust winter demand.

  • Brent crude oil rose to its highest level this year as Libyan output fell yet again, rebels in South Sudan seized control of the capital in a key oil-producing state and protests in Venezuela showed renewed instability.

  • *World powers, Iran not hopeful of pact in nuclear talks. NEW YORK, Feb 18- U.S. crude oil gained more than $1 to hit a fresh 4- month high on Tuesday, as traders anticipated continued demand for the U.S. benchmark following a report of a large draw from the Cushing, Oklahoma storage hub.

  • *BP declares force majeure at Angolan oil field. SINGAPORE, Feb 14- Brent crude slid toward $108 a barrel on Friday, on track for a modest weekly decline, as downbeat U.S. economic data outweighed supply disruptions in Libya and Angola. Further south, BP declared force majeure at an Angolan oil field, which could jeopardise exports of up to 180,000 bpd.

  • *BP declares force majeure at Angolan oil field. SINGAPORE, Feb 14- Brent crude held steady below $109 a barrel on Friday, on track for a modest weekly decline, as supply disruptions in Libya and Angola balanced downbeat U.S. economic data. Brent crude for April delivery was down 1 cent at $108.51 a barrel at 0337 GMT, after settling 6 cents lower.

  • NEW YORK, Feb 13- Brent crude oil futures prices edged lower on Thursday, pressured by a forecast dip in demand during refinery maintenance season and a rise in jobless claims in the United States, the world's largest oil consumer.

  • NEW YORK, Feb 13- Crude oil prices slipped on Thursday, pressured by an expected dip in demand during the refinery maintenance season and a rise in jobless claims in the United States, the world's largest oil consumer.

  • Feb 13- Phillips 66 Partners LP said it would buy a 681- mile refined products pipeline system and two refinery-grade propylene storage systems from Phillips 66 for $700 million.

  • UPDATE 3-Oil slips towards $108; IEA helps curb losses Thursday, 13 Feb 2014 | 4:56 AM ET

    *OPEC, IEA, EIA all raise oil demand growth forecasts. LONDON, Feb 13- Brent crude oil slipped towards $108 a barrel on Thursday, easing for the first time in three sessions ahead of an expected dip in demand during the refinery maintenance season. The comments reinforced supportive reports by the U.S. Energy Information Administration and OPEC.

  • *OPEC, EIA raise oil demand growth forecast for this year. Losses were limited as data showed record crude imports by China in January, and major forecasters U.S. Energy Information Administration and the OPEC raised their expectations for oil demand growth this year.

  • *OPEC, EIA raise oil demand growth forecast for this year. Losses were limited as data showed record crude imports by China in January, and major forecasters U.S. Energy Information Administration and the OPEC raised their expectations for oil demand growth this year.

  • Losses were limited as data showed record crude imports by China in January, and major forecasters U.S. Energy Information Administration and the OPEC raised their expectations for oil demand growth this year.

  • NYMEX-U.S. crude dips but holds near four-month high Wednesday, 12 Feb 2014 | 8:09 PM ET

    SINGAPORE Feb 13- U.S. crude oil futures eased on Thursday, but held near a four-month high touched the previous session on expectations one-time landlocked oil will continue to flow to Gulf coast refineries from the U.S. contract's benchmark delivery point. U.S. crude for March delivery fell 13 cents to $100.24 by 0040 GMT after closing at $100.37 on Wednesday.

  • *Cushing sees 2.6 mln barrel draw- EIA. NEW YORK, Feb 12- U.S. oil settled at a four-month high on Wednesday supported by expectations that one-time landlocked oil at the U.S. contract's benchmark delivery point would continue to flow to Gulf Coast refineries after government data showed a large drain in supplies there.

  • NEW YORK, Feb 12- U.S. oil rose on Wednesday but government data showing a larger-than-expected build in crude inventories pulled futures off the highs, with expectations for dwindling seasonal demand for heating fuels also helping curb the gain.

  • *OPEC joins US in predicting stronger 2014 oil demand. LONDON, Feb 12- Brent crude rose above $109 a barrel on Wednesday, buoyed by expectations of strengthening global demand after OPEC raised its 2014 forecast and Chinese data showed oil imports hit a record high.