[LONDON] Oil steadied near US$50 a barrel in New York after slumping on Monday, as Opec member Libya worked to revive output at its biggest oil field.

LIBYA'S biggest oil field Sharara is "back to normal" after a disruption caused by protests in the politically fragmented country, the state National Oil Corp said...

[NEW YORK] Oil prices dipped on Monday as a rebound in production from Libya's largest oil field prompted selling, and investors worried about higher output from Opec and the United States...

[KUWAIT CITY] Opec wants an "orderly recovery" in oil production from Libya, Nigeria and Iran and has a flexible output target under its cuts agreement to accommodate more crude from the...

[LONDON] A proposal that Libya and Nigeria could have to accept limits on their crude production probably wouldn't be enough to put Opec's faltering efforts to eliminate a global supply...

[LONDON] Oil traded near the lowest closing price in two weeks, erasing earlier gains after an Opec minister said Libya and Nigeria may be requested to cap their production.

THE Qatar crisis is reverberating in Libya, inflaming political divisions in the war-torn oil exporter and dragging commodity-trading giant Glencore plc into a dispute over crude sales.

[NEW YORK] Crude prices were slightly lower after a volatile session on Thursday, as the restart of two key Libyan oilfields and concerns about lackluster gasoline demand fed concern over whether...