Oil prices rose on Wednesday on a supply disruption in Canada, falling U.S. crude stocks, uncertainty over Libyan exports and after U.S. officials told importers to stop buying Iranian crude from November.  Brent crude LCOc1 was up 30 cents a barrel at $76.61 by 0800 GMT. U.S. light crude CLc1 was 25 cents higher at $70.78. A supply outage at Syncrude in Canada has locked in 350,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude, with repairs expected to last at least through July. The fall in Canadian exports has helped drain supplies of heavy crude across North America and contributed to a major draw in U.S. crude oil inventories, analysts say. The American Petroleum Institute (API) on Tuesday reported a much-higher-than-expected 9.2 million barrel reduction in U.S. […]