Crude oil prices rose on Tuesday with the U.S. benchmark hitting a four-year high on expected drains in domestic inventories and outages in Libya. Crude oil prices fell on Monday after Saudi Arabia said it could tap into its 2 million barrels per day in spare capacity to help address a pending market deficit. Three members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries — Libya, Iran and Venezuela — are posting real, or have expected, production declines. Libya’s National Oil Corp. on Monday suspended loading commitments at two oil depots and announced production was down […]