Crude oil futures were stable to higher during mid-morning trade in Asia Tuesday amid expectations that latest US crude stocks data will show a decline and participants monitored geopolitical tensions and developing hurricanes in the US. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now At 10:20 am Singapore time (0220 GMT), November ICE Brent crude futures were up 14 cents/b (0.18%) from Monday’s settle at $77.51/b, while the NYMEX October light sweet crude contract was 7 cents/b (0.10%) higher at $67.61/b. Analysts surveyed Monday by S&P Global Platts were looking for US crude stocks to have declined by 2.7 million barrels in the week ended September 7 and for US refinery utilization to have dipped 0.9 percentage points to 95.7% of capacity in the week. Despite strong runs and implied demand, US gasoline inventories were expected to have remained unchanged in the week […]