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      Default Oil falls and Libyan oil chief: Fighting will affect crude production

      Oil trading fell 11-04-2019, with concern about slowing global growth and rising US crude stocks that affect the commodity.

      Data from the Energy Information Administration showed on Wednesday that crude supplies in the United States rose by 7 million barrels last week, far above the expected rise.

      Libyan oil chief: Fighting will affect crude production
      On the other hand, the Financial Times reported that the President of the Libyan National Oil Corporation Mustafa Sana said on Thursday that the ongoing crisis in the country after the attack that began last week could have a significant impact on the production of Libyan oil.

      The official stressed that the current situation is out of control and believes that it became more dangerous than it was during the civil war in 2011.

      "I am afraid the situation will be much worse than 2011 because of the size of the forces involved now," Sanala said. "Unless the problem is resolved very quickly, I am afraid that it will affect our operations, and we will soon be unable to produce oil or gas."

      "Oil production must remain uninterrupted," he said. "If we lose 1.2 million bpd of production at this time, you can not imagine what the world price will do."

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      Brent crude fell 46 cents, or 0.65 percent, to $ 71.27 a barrel.
      While West Texas Intermediate crude futures dropped 58 cents, or 0.9 percent, to $ 64.03 a barrel.


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