Ras Lanuf: bombing by Gaddafi's forces damaged storage tanks at the refinery in the rebel-controlled city
EPA/KHALED EL FIQI
By News Wires
10 March 2011 04:02 GMT
Brent crude rose 0.5% towards $117 today after forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi bombed oil industry infrastructure, inflicting what could be longer-term damage on the country's exporting capacity.
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