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  • *China Feb exports tumble unexpectedly, heighten slowdown fears. SINGAPORE, March 10- Brent futures slipped below $108 a barrel on Monday as data showing an unexpected fall in China's exports added to fears of a slowdown in the world's No. 2 economy, though geopolitical tensions in Ukraine and Libya limited the decline.

  • *China Feb exports tumble unexpectedly, heighten slowdown fears. SINGAPORE, March 10- Brent futures slipped towards $108 a barrel on Monday as data showing an unexpected fall in China's exports added to fears of a slowdown in the world's No. 2 economy, though geopolitical tensions in Ukraine and Libya limited the decline.

  • *First speech ever by an EPA head at CERAWeek. McCarthy's speech in Houston to IHS CERAWeek, the largest meeting of energy executives in the world, was the first by an EPA administrator since the conference began 33 years ago.

  • *West, Russia to continue Ukraine talks, says U.S. SINGAPORE, March 6- Brent crude held steady just below $108 a barrel on Thursday, as investors looked for direction after a heavy sell-off in the two previous sessions prompted by easing geopolitical risk over the crisis in Ukraine and U.S. data suggesting weaker oil demand.

  • SEOUL, March 6- U.S. crude oil futures retreated to below $101 a barrel on Thursday in early Asian trade on expected weak demand during refinery maintenance season in the United States and Europe, while geopolitical risks over Ukraine eased.

  • *Ukraine crisis may require rethink of gas export process- Moniz. HOUSTON, March 5- The U.S. oil industry needs to make a better case for lifting the decades-old ban on crude exports, especially as the country still relies on millions of barrels of foreign oil, U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said on Wednesday.

  • SINGAPORE, March 3- It's relatively easy to see Royal Dutch Shell's motivation in selling its Australian refinery and retail network, but somewhat more difficult to work out Vitol SA's reasons for buying.

  • NEW ORLEANS, March 3- A U.S. emergency order to test oil shipped by rail highlights what many industry officials have long said is a flawed method for testing the volatility of types of oil that have been involved in several fiery train derailments in the last year.

  • BASRA, Iraq, March 1- Oil exports from Iraq rose to a record 2.8 million barrels per day on average in February, Deputy Prime Minister for energy Hussain al-Shahristani told reporters on Saturday.

  • NEW YORK, Feb 28- U.S. oil on Friday had its eighth straight week of gains on market talk of fewer oil rail shipments from the booming Bakken shale in North Dakota. Brent oil settled moderately higher but ended the week lower, weighed down by an outlook for dampening demand in China and another for stymied European growth due to uprisings in Ukraine.

  • EDDYSTONE, Pennsylvania, Feb 28- A handful of new East Coast terminals that will pump Bakken and other crude from trains onto barges may end demand for imported light, sweet oil in the U.S.

  • EDDYSTONE, Pennsylvania, Feb 28- A handful of new East Coast terminals that will pump Bakken and other crude from trains onto barges may end demand for imported light, sweet oil in the U.S.

  • TransCanada Corp had recommended four companies to the State Department to do an environmental review, including Environmental Resources Management, Inc, or ERM, but did not tell the department it had previously worked with the company.

  • SINGAPORE/ MELBOURNE, Feb 26- Australia is turning into a playground for global oil traders, who are snapping up storage tanks and terminals as they bet on it to become Asia's top importer of oil products as demand rises and old, inefficient refineries close.

  • WASHINGTON, Feb 25- U.S. regulators issued an emergency order on Tuesday requiring oil from North Dakota being loaded onto trains to be tested and properly labeled to reflect its volatile nature after a series of explosive train derailments over the past year.

  • WASHINGTON, Feb 25- Shippers moving crude oil by rail out of North Dakota's Bakken energy patch must test the fuel for dangerous volatility before loading it onto the tracks, the U.S. Department of Transportation said on Tuesday.

  • *Libya puts ministries under special budget rules after oil revenue slump. LONDON, Feb 25- Oil fell on Tuesday, weighed down by forecasts of rising U.S. crude inventories as icy weather eases, but persistent outages in Libya and other exporters underpinned global prices. U.S. oil declined by 63 cents to $102.20, after ending 62 cents higher.

  • *Libya puts ministries under special budget rules after oil revenue slump. SINGAPORE, Feb 25- Brent futures eased on Tuesday on expectations that U.S. crude stocks were set to show a rise for a second straight week, but held above $110 a barrel on concerns over shortages following prolonged production outages in Libya and other exporters.

  • *Libya puts ministries under special budget rules after oil revenue slump. SINGAPORE, Feb 25- Brent futures eased on Tuesday on expectations that U.S. crude stocks were set to show a rise for a second straight week, but held above $110 a barrel on concerns over shortages following prolonged production outages in Libya and other exporters.

  • *Libya puts ministries under special budget rules after oil revenue slump. SINGAPORE, Feb 25- Brent futures eased on Tuesday on expectations U.S. crude stockpiles rose for a second straight week, but held above $110 a barrel on concerns over supply following prolonged outages in Libya and other exporters.