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Non-OPEC crude oil supply may fall 875 thousand b/d in Feb due to disruptions

Posted on 18 February 2013

A reduction in crude oil supply from non-OPEC countries due to disruptions is estimated at 875 thousand b/d for February, around 256 thousand b/d less than the previous month, stated a recent market outlook from London based Barclays.
However, ongoing outages in Brazil, Syria and Sudan are expected to disrupt the smooth moving of the commodity, the report added. In Yemen, an average of 50 thousand b/d of production might have been reduced in February as a result of yet another rebel attack on its main pipeline, Marib, last week………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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