Pipelines at the Zueitina oil terminal in Libya. OPEC members Nigeria, Libya and Venezuela want… Oil prices fell Tuesday as hopes for any deal between the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and Russia to freeze production continued to fade . The November contract for global crude benchmark Brent was down 0.3% at $45.80 a barrel while its U.S. counterpart West Texas Intermediate was down 0.55% at $43.62 for October deliveries. The latest news is that OPEC members Nigeria, Libya and Venezuela are eager to ramp up oil exports. Bjarne Schieldrop from Sweden’s SEB bank said that the moves from the three nations are a clear message that none would be interested in agreeing to cap production at current levels when they meet in Algeria on Sep. 28. He added that any deal would probably have a caveat allowing Nigeria, Libya and Venezuela as well as Iran to lift […]