West Texas Intermediate crude fell, paring a sixth consecutive weekly gain, on speculation prices have climbed more than justified as the heating season nears its end. Brent also slipped, narrowing a weekly advance. WTI decreased 0.5 percent while diesel futures, a proxy for heating oil, declined for the first time in six days. Supplies of distillate fuel , a category that includes heating oil and diesel, slid by 339,000 barrels last week, Energy Information Administration data yesterday showed, a smaller drop than forecast by analysts in a Bloomberg survey. Gasoline use sank to a one-month low. Futures reached a four-month high Feb. 19. “The market has climbed as much as possible on heating-fuel demand,” said John Kilduff , a partner at Again Capital LLC, a New York-based hedge fund that focuses on energy. “The inexorable march of the calendar means that the heating oil season is coming to an […]