OPEC oil output climbed in September as Libya, Nigeria recover

With Libya's biggest oil field back in production and an increase in Nigerian output, OPEC nations pumped slightly more crude oil in September.

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OPEC nations pumped slightly more crude in September as Libya's biggest oil field returned to production.

Output from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries was 32.83 million barrels a day in September, a gain of 120,000 barrels a day from August, according to a Bloomberg News survey of analysts, oil companies and ship-tracking data.

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