Oil prices eased on Tuesday as weak manufacturing data from Europe and Japan focused market attention on the gloomy outlook for demand

Crude oil demand will increase globally this year while non-OPEC supply is expected to rise more than expected over the next year, the

Russia’s state nuclear corporation Rosatom expects to sign foreign contracts worth $26 billion this year for the construction

Vitol, world’s biggest independent oil trader, sees “fairly strong” demand for crude this year, leading to a further drawdown in

Oil prices on both sides of the Atlantic traded in opposite direction on Tuesday, with the US oil (WTI) supported on supply disruption