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Oil shipments from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries are to increase by 640,000 barrels a day in the four weeks to Nov. 24, compared with the previous four-week period, U.K.-based tanker tracker, Oil Movements said Thursday.
The figure, which excludes exports from Angola and Ecuador, reflects a seasonal uptick in oil demand ahead of winter, notably in the West, said Roy Mason, head of Oil Movements.
– Benoit Faucon, (c) 2012 Dow Jones & Company
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