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  • *North Sea buzzard field restarted, Libya loading resumes. LONDON, Feb 4- Oil slipped below $106 a barrel on Tuesday on concerns that weak data from the United States and China, the world's largest consumers of oil, could slow global growth, although supply problems offered some support.

  • UPDATE 3-Oil slips below $106 on growth concerns Tuesday, 4 Feb 2014 | 5:11 AM ET

    *Libya loading resumes after bad weather causes delays. LONDON, Feb 4- Oil edged below $106 a barrel on Tuesday, weighed down by concerns that weak data from the United States and China, the world's largest consumers of oil, could slow global growth though a spate of supply problems offered some support.

  • SINGAPORE, Feb 4- Brent hovered at around $106 a barrel on Tuesday as a frigid winter boosted heating oil demand in Europe and the United States, offsetting weak U.S. and Chinese economic data. Brent's losses were also limited by reduced crude supplies from Libya and the North Sea.

  • SINGAPORE, Feb 4- Brent hovered at around $106 a barrel on Tuesday as a frigid winter boosted heating oil demand in Europe and the United States, offsetting weak economic data from the US and China. Supply cuts in Libya and in the North Sea also limited losses for Brent.

  • SINGAPORE, Feb 4- Brent hovered at around $106 a barrel on Tuesday as a frigid winter boosted heating oil demand in Europe and the United States, offsetting weak economic data from the US and China. Supply cuts in Libya and in the North Sea also limited losses for Brent.

  • *Global equities markets fall as emerging markets, China data weigh. Oil futures remained broadly pressured by worries over emerging markets, weak factory data from China and expectations for lower demand as U.S. refiners shift into maintenance season. "The heating oil found its way and led the way back up," said Jeff Grossman, president of BRG Brokerage in New York.

  • NEW YORK, Feb 3- Crude oil fell $1 on Monday under pressure from continued worries over emerging markets, weak factory data from China, and expectations for lower demand as U.S. refiners move into maintenance season.

  • Koch abandons Bakken oil pipeline Thursday, 30 Jan 2014 | 5:52 PM ET

    HOUSTON, Jan 30- Koch Pipeline Co LP has abandoned plans to build a 250,000 barrels-per-day pipeline to move North Dakota Bakken crude to Illinois, a spokesman confirmed on Thursday.

  • *China slowdown caps Brent gains. However, growing evidence of a fuel demand slowdown in the second-biggest oil consumer, China, capped gains. BP announced Thursday it dropped plans to invest in a refinery in China, as Royal Dutch Shell did late last year.

  • NEW YORK, Jan 29- U.S. crude oil futures ended marginally lower on Wednesday, paring most losses after a sharp rally in heating fuels as frigid temperatures swept across the nation and utilities reached for any available fuel to keep homes and businesses warm. The arctic- like weather plaguing the U.S.

  • UPDATE 7-U.S. crude falls on inventory jump, Brent firmer Wednesday, 29 Jan 2014 | 1:27 PM ET

    NEW YORK, Jan 29- U.S. crude oil futures fell on Wednesday after government data showed a hefty build in crude inventories, but losses were curtailed by a larger-than-expected stocks draw in distillates, the third in as many weeks, spurred by severely cold weather.

  • HOUSTON, Jan 29- Marathon Petroleum Corp, Valero Energy Corp and Phillips 66, the three largest U.S. independent refiners, reported quarterly results on Wednesday that topped Wall Street estimates as cheaper crude prices on the Gulf Coast helped profits.

  • Brent holds above $107 ahead of U.S. Fed meet outcome Tuesday, 28 Jan 2014 | 10:39 PM ET

    *Iraq says Syria war spillover hinders oilfields, pipelines. SINGAPORE, Jan 29- Brent futures held steady above $107 a barrel on Wednesday ahead of the outcome of the U.S. Brent crude gained 2 cents to $107.43 a barrel by 0241 GMT, after ending 72 cents higher.

  • *Gold down on speculation over Fed stimulus tapering. NEW YORK, Jan 28- U.S. oil futures rose nearly $2 a barrel on Tuesday on worries over dwindling supplies, narrowing their discount to European Brent, while natural gas rebounded as forecasts for colder temperatures in the coming days in most of the United States.

  • NEW YORK, Jan 28- U.S. oil rose nearly $2 on Tuesday, settling at its highest price this year and narrowing its discount to European Brent, as traders expected data to show supplies were draining from the contract's benchmark delivery point.

  • NEW YORK, Jan 28- U.S. crude oil futures rose nearly $2 on Tuesday, narrowing their discount to European Brent, as traders expected data to show supplies were draining from the contract's benchmark delivery point.

  • UPDATE 6-U.S. crude rises nearly $2 on spread trading Tuesday, 28 Jan 2014 | 12:58 PM ET

    Market perception that the gradual start-up of TransCanada Corp's Keystone pipeline would transport supplies from oil hub Cushing, Oklahoma, where the U.S. crude oil contract is priced, to the Gulf Coast supported prices.

  • LONDON, Jan 28- Brent crude oil climbed towards $108 a barrel on Tuesday ahead of an expected drop in U.S. distillate inventories as consumers burn heating oil during a bitter northern hemisphere winter.

  • NEW YORK, Jan 27- Brent crude oil futures shed more than $1 a barrel on Monday, and U.S. crude fell almost as much, as investors kept dumping risky assets on worries about weaker growth in emerging markets.

  • NEW YORK, Jan 27- Oil prices fell on Monday as investors kept dumping risky assets on worries about weaker growth in emerging markets. "There were a lot of warning signs from China and the emerging markets late last year, and now we're in a new year and not quite as optimistic," said Phil Flynn, an analyst at the Price Futures Group in Chicago, Illinois.

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