The Atlantic Basin could see a major showdown between the region’s key sweet crude producers as around 1 million b/d of Libyan crude is set to return to a brittle physical oil market. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The resumption of Libyan exports is already weighing on other sweet grades from the US, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Nigeria and Kazakhstan, trading and industry sources said. More and more sweet crudes will be pushed east, as oil demand in Europe is likely to slow down amid a second-wave of coronavirus infections, they added. “Demand has been okay but you got to imagine it is […]