Oil prices extended declines on Monday after non-OPEC producers made no specific commitment to join OPEC in limiting oil output levels to prop up prices – a stance that suggested they wanted OPEC to solve its differences first. Officials and experts from OPEC countries and non-OPEC nations including Azerbaijan, Brazil, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Oman and Russia met for consultations in Vienna on Saturday and only agreed to meet again in November before a scheduled regular OPEC meeting on Nov. 30, they said in a statement. OPEC and non-OPEC said in a joint statement the meeting on Saturday was a “positive development” towards reaching a global output limiting deal on Nov. 30. London Brent crude for December delivery LCOc1 was trading down 36 cents, or 0.7 percent, at $49.35 a barrel by 2250 GMT on Sunday after settling […]